July 04, 2007
From the website:
- Rolling Cooler/Audio System
This portable cooler eliminates the need to carry both a cooler and a portable stereo system to the beach, lake, or while tailgating because it incorporates a sound system into its frame.
Made by Igloo, this 40-quart cooler can hold 58 16-oz. cans and accommodates 2-liter bottles upright.
A layer of Ultratherm insulation is sandwiched between the durable polyethylene exterior and the stain- and odor-resistant polypropylene interior liner to keep contents cool for up to 51 hours.
The cooler's sound system consists of an AM/FM radio and two 3-watt speakers, and is integrated into a removable nylon sleeve that fits over the cooler; a pouch in the sleeve accommodates an iPod or similar MP3 player.
A telescoping handle provides easy transport and an elastic cord provides additional carrying utility.
Requires four AA batteries.
20"L x 17-3/4"W x 18"H.
But maybe right about now you're thinking hey, that's a cool idea — but pretty pricey.
I feel your pain.
If you're willing to to carry your tricked-out cooler instead of rolling it along, the alternative below, suggested by Robert Birming, my crack Stockholm correspondent and majordomo of geekalerts, might be just the ticket.
From the product website:
- Starry AM/FM Cooler
Keep one hand free as you tote your tunes and your beverages in one handy unit, cranking up the style and the volume at the same time.
A bold star pattern decorates this insulated cooler, sized to hold a six-pack; on the side, a battery-operated AM/FM tuner lets you chill out to your favorite music.
The perfect summer picnic companion, it requires 4 AA batteries (not included).
8"H x 12"W x 10"D; rugged carrying strap is adjustable.
July 4, 2007 at 09:01 AM | Permalink
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Cool is the word!
You know it'll end up over at GeekAlerts as well. :)
BTW, did you see the Starry AM/FM Cooler?
Posted by: Robert | Jul 4, 2007 10:14:00 AM
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