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Wednesday, 19 July 2017 13:50

Orca Coolers at ICAST 2017

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Jayson Sandberg shows off the Orca Coolers. The coolers are made in the USA and they are so well insulated that the company claims maximum ice/cold/heat retention for up to 10 days.

The coolers we looked at were 20 quart but they are also available in other sizes. They come with a very sturdy handle and latches that ensure that the cooler is closed tightly. Orca coolers have a unique, seamless lid seal that creates a perfect seal and provides thicker insulation, which is why these coolers are known for superior ice retention.  Another feature unique to Orca is the cargo net at the back of the cooler that can hold cell phones, car keys and much more.

Sandberg also showed us their backpack cooler, a very sturdy design that features molle webbing which allows the user to strap on extra accessories such as cell phone holders, cup holders and more. When the podster is zipped closed, it not only seals airtight and water tight, but can also be used as a seat that can hold up to 240 pounds.

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