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Keep Cool on a 4x4 Adventure with Cooler Boxes

Keep Cool on a 4x4 Adventure with Cooler Boxes

When you think of essential gear when setting off on a 4x4 adventure, does a cooler box come to mind? Perhaps not, if you’re still thinking of the cooler boxes of yesteryear. Who is to say that cooler boxes only have an efficiency lifespan of a few hours? That is so last millennium.

Instead, modern-day cooler boxes can help ice last anywhere between three to four days. Come to think of it, these modern cooler boxes almost act as temporary fridges in that regard. Wouldn’t it be great if you could keep the beers cool, the steaks frozen, and the milk fresh while on the road? Now you can, if you choose the right type of cooler box.

Which Cooler Boxes Work Best for an Adrenaline-filled 4x4 Adventure?

Doing a simple search online for cooler boxes will immediately provide you with many results capable of overwhelming you if you don't know what to look for. Therefore, it is good to know what to search for before you start looking. An important thing to keep in mind when searching for your next cooler box is to choose a box that is insulated with polyurethane. Why is this important? Put simply, it's this type of insulation that makes it possible for the cooler box to help ice last for 72 hours and beyond.

At Pioneer Plastics, we know what our customers want in great quality and durable cooler boxes. Our cooler boxes come complete with two moulded handles that aid in strength and durability, to make sure your coolers last for a long time to come. They are also insulated with polyurethane to keep ice cold for upwards of four days. What's more, the internal surfaces have a smooth design that makes for easy cleaning.

These are only a few of the great features that help set our cooler boxes apart from others on the market. To learn more about our products and why we are your first choice for excellent quality camping gear, contact us today. We look forward to hearing from you.

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