30 cans (without ice)
3 lbs. 10.2 oz.
9, 12, 16, 24, 48 cans
Cheaper and more features than the AO Coolers 24 Pack above.
Not a standout in build quality or cold retention.
As with similar to the AO Coolers 24 Pack Canvas above Arctic Zone’s Titan Deep Freeze 30 Can stands out in a key area: price. At a price of just price of $63 at Amazon as of publication this review, the Titan Deep Freeze combines a large capacity of 30 cans with practical–and distinctive features for everything from short excursions to the beach or the local state park, to weekends away from home. The standout feature is the lid with a zipper that quickly opens to allow easy access to drinks and food and closes with an Velcro flap. Also, we love the material “shelf,” which effectively is able to separate hard objects like cans from more delicate items like sandwiches and other produce. And the outside is elegantly designed with ample storage that is zippered, a front mesh compartment, a bottle opener, as well as an elastic bungee system at the top to hold items like an additional layer of towels or a blanket.
But, even though we like its easy access to the inside but this Arctic Zone Titan Deep Freeze’s zipper-less design has one major flaw: it isn’t able to keep cold in as well as the majority of competitors and includes our budget option for it’s AO Coolers 24-Pack Canvas above. Arctic Zone lists the cooler’s retention of ice at three days, however most users say it’s closer to a full day at the maximum during summer temperatures. The build quality is another factor for this price Deep Freeze Deep Freeze has a cheaper feel , overall and the thin liner made of plastic appears to be a source of weakness which is susceptible to cracking in time. You’ll be hard-pressed for a superior mix of features and cost, in addition, the Deep Freeze is also sold with a roll-top, backpack and wheeled versions for those who wish to experiment with a new style.