Coleman 62 Quart Xtreme 5 Wheeled ($71)

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62 qts. (58.7L)

13 lbs. 8 oz.

50 to 150 qts.

A wallet-friendly, hard-sided cooler with wheels.

Limited ice retention and cheap build won’t stand up to regular abuse.

At around $70, the 64-quart Coleman Xtreme 5 is another top pick in the value category and comes equipped with wheels. The Coleman Xtreme 5 is part of the same category as our top pick for budget the Coleman Xtreme 5’s basic cooler isn’t the same as that of the RovR RollR, Igloo Trailmate and Pelican 80QT Elite however, the quality is good for the money. The basic rubber wheels as well as the tow lever make moving the cooler across smooth surfaces a breeze, the solid-sided design provides a little insulation for short or daytime trips to the beach and the cup holders that are atop the lid make it easy to store drinks. In all, just like the wheel-less Xtreme 5 above, this Coleman cooler is sure to satisfy the requirements of a lot of fans of camping, concert-goers and tailgaters , without spending a lot of money.

As with every budget item, the Xtreme 5 wheeled cooler has a few sacrifices to reduce costs. First, it is not as durable as high-end roto- or injection-molded models (when trying them in conjunction, the cheap and lightweight materials were obvious). Also, we had difficulty keeping the lid in place while moving the cooler making the process difficult, and the plastic wheels aren’t able to handle even uneven surfaces. As we mentioned above the Coleman five-day claim of ice retention to be too optimistic (in the real world the time has been shorter our experience). It’s also difficult to argue with the bargain-basement cost on Coleman’s Xtreme 5 Wheeled, which offers a great worth from Coleman.
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