There are major differences between the traditional cheap coolers and modern ice chests. And that is what people want to know when they are looking for the best coolers.
One of the key differences is the type and thickness of insulation. Compared to the traditional cheap cooler which is blow molded cooler that is hollow inside, (so it works on an air gap to provide insulation for the food and beverages inside)True Blue Cooler is rotomolded (like a kayak) and uses a 2-part polyurethane foam mix to provide insulation inside. The insulation is much thicker as are the polyethylene walls. The better thicker insulation will provide for better ice retention providing the cooler is packed and used in the right way. Thick insulation can also absorb a lot of heat of the day, so if you start with a warm cooler that’s been sitting in the sun, and put 1 bag of ice in it, that heat is going to transfer straight into your ice and melt the first bag fairly quickly. So it’s best to pre-chill your cooler using a sacrificial bag of ice a few hours before, and to ensure your cooler is properly packed. For more tips: how to pack a cooler.
Strength of coolers is the next big difference between the old and new ice chests. That is if the cooler can be sat on, stood on and moved around when full of ice and food. Compare to the cheap traditional ice cooler, True Blue Cooler is much stronger.
Gasket seal is what separates True Blue Cooler from cheap traditional cooler. True Blue Cooler have a gasket seal around the lid to properly seal the cold air inside when the lid is shut.
These are just a few of the differences between a traditional cheap coolers and a modern rotomolded True Blue Cooler. To learn more about the best ice cooler just visit True Blue Coolers website.