Push-button spigot is recessed and angled spigot for easy, leak-free dispensing
Sturdy, reinforced handles stand up to heavy loads
Sleek, pressure-fit lid cleans easily and won't trap dirt or mold
5 gallon (20 quart) capacity
Dimensions (Overall): 19.5 inches (H) x 14.5 inches (W) x 13.0 inches (D)
Includes: Beverage jug
Features: Spigot, stackable
Weight: 5.9 pounds
Liner Material: Polypropylene
Handle Type: Side Handles
Handle Material: Polypropylene
Capacity (Volume): 5.0 gallon
Number of Beverage Cans Held: 20
Number of compartments: 1
Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Item Number (DPCI): 337-01-1044
Whether your crew is out on the jobsite or playing sports in a field, keep them hydrated and safe from the sun with the 5-gallon Beverage Cooler from Igloo. With a great capacity of five gallons, this insulated dispenser is perfect for cold drinks wherever you go. Store any beverage, from water to lemonade or just ice, and the Igloo cooler will keep it cool for when you need a refreshing drink. The spigot features a push-button that makes it easy to get yourself a drink. The pressure-fit lid prevents spills and keeps unwanted dirt or other things from getting in your beverage. The Igloo 5-gallon heavy-duty beverage cooler comes with handy side handles in order to make it portable and easy to store. Made of polyethylene, this 90-degree weather cooler from Igloo makes for a long-lasting container for your beverages.
Great for refilling our reusable water bottles with cold water during our 3 day Summer camping trip for a group of 15. We still had ice at the end of day 2! Love the blue color vs the typical orange one.
I purchased two of these coolers on sale and during a time of heightened need: while preparing for Hurricane Lane in Hawaii. While I also thought it would be great to have the coolers for future and happier events (like family camping trips or outdoor parties . . . or events, like sports and such, for my kids as they grow), the immediate need was for me to have additional water storage in my home (since you need at least a gallon a day per person to consume in case of a major storm that stops your water supply; we in Hawaii were bracing for a possible major hurricane impact and what could then be two weeks or so without water). I had one of these perched on the kitchen counter and another on a bathroom counter (just for storage), in addition to purchased bottled water and other filled containers of water. Except for filling one cooler a bit to high (not to the brim, but high enough that depressing the lid caused spillage), it was quite easy and mess-free to clean and fill the coolers. I am no superwoman (nor am I tall at 5'3") and I could heft the coolers up onto counters myself, though they do get heavy so that is not advisable for all. Thankfully, I didn't need to use the coolers for survival (since Hurricane Lane decided to dissipate . . . as did Hurricane Miriam after it . . . though we are now watching the tracks of Hurricanes Norman and Olivia . . .), so we used the cooler to fill cooking pots and my kids enjoyed the novelty of filling water cups at home. Overall, I am glad I purchased the coolers, like the piece of mind of having them for future urgencies, and also like knowing we have these bad boys for fun events with family and friends as needed.