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This Self-Inflating Cooler Expands In 15 Seconds And Holds Up To 30 Cans

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Made by Arctic Zone, this Self-Inflating Cooler folds down to the size of a loaf of bread and can hold up to 30 cans of beer, soda, or seltzer, making it ideal for camping or beach trips. © Arctic Zone Made by Arctic Zone, this Self-Inflating Cooler folds down to the size of a loaf of bread and can hold up to 30 cans of beer, soda, or seltzer, making it ideal for camping or beach trips.

Summer may be winding down but this floating inflatable cooler will make you want to plan one last camping trip—or just kick your tailgating into high gear. Made by Arctic Zone, this 30-Can Self-Inflating Cooler kind of looks like a life raft (it is BRIGHT orange) but has so many cool features...starting with the fact that it folds down to the size of a loaf of bread. You can also roll it up, if it's easier to store or travel with that way.

When you open it up, there's an air valve on the side that blows it up in roughly 15 seconds, no air pump or manual labor required. The foam insulation can keep ice in tact for two and a half days—Arctic Zone performance tested the cooler by filling it all the way up with ice and alternating the temperature it sat in between approximately 90ºF and 67ºF every 12 hours to simulate day and night temperatures during the summer. Pretty cool!

Other useful features include an adjustable shoulder strap, a zippered front pocket for your keys or a bottle opener, and a removable, leak proof liner inside that protects against smells and stains. Already convinced? You can buy one now through Sierra or the brand's website—one reviewer called it the "best cooler I've ever owned," NBD.

Several other Arctic Zone coolers are available on Amazon for between $20 and $150, whether you're looking for a solid cooler, a rolling cooler, a backpack, or a shoulder bag. They also make an insulated food carrier that you can slide hot or cold dishes into, from baked goods to casseroles.

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