If you are planning to travel the distance of your vehicle, whether it’s to your camping spot or in rivers, or to the beach, wheels can make the journey much easier. There is no cooler better equipped to handle the job as one like the RovR products RollR 45. The Boulder-based wheeled cooler manufacturer has its own signature RollR available in four capacities , ranging between 45 and 85 quarts. For every model, you will find massive and hefty wheels that are able to work on all terrains, the long pull handle and the ability to add this cooler to back of your bicycle (BikR Kit attachment sold separately for $70). Include a high-end built rotomolded design with superior retention of ice and a range of exciting features, including cup holders as well as a side prepping board, and the cooler is as enjoyable and useful as any other available.
Like you would imagine from a cooler that has these many bells and whistles this RovR the RollR45 is quite costly at around $400 (a substantial 75 higher than the similar-sized YETI Tundra 45). Additionally, we enjoy the wheeled design for certain individuals and for specific uses but the added function adds a significant quantity of weight and bulk. As for rivals, YETI offers its popular Tundra with the 50-quart version with wheels at the same cost but it’s not as powerful as the all-terrain capability offered by the RovR and isn’t connected to a bicycle. Also, cheaper coolers such as that of the Coleman Xtreme below technically have wheels however, the RollR is a class that’s its own.