We recommend 1/3 of the cooler bags or backpacks are filled with ice on top of the drinks to ensure the contents stay cold for up to 24 hours.
Thanks to an innovative dual layer foam core, the Dry Ice coolers are able to insulate the contents of your bag for up to 24 hours. The air valve also enhances the insulation capabilities and can easily add extra air once filled up with drinks, food and ice.
Find below some hints and tips to help you get the best out of your Dry Ice™ cooler bag or backpack.
All our soft cooler bags and backpacks use a simple roll-top sealing system making them 100% watertight. This also means there are no zips to jam or break, and allows easy access to the contents.
Find below a simple guide demonstrating how to correctly seal a Dry Ice™ Cooler Bag or Backpack.
When a Dry Ice Cooler is sealed correctly it will float even when fully loaded, and is suitable for quick submersion. Find below the official Ingress Protection rating.
Note: If taking your Dry Ice Cooler™ into the water, please ensure to firmly close the Air Valve to prevent any water entering into the insulation chamber.
The Air Valve allows you to purge any excess air stored between the 2 insulating layers making it much easier to pack away after use. It also enhances the insulation capabilities of the soft coolers as can easily add extra air once filled up with drinks, food and ice.
All our cooler bags and backpacks use a high-grade PVC tarpaulin making them hard-wearing, super tough and easy to clean. Also thanks to the HF welded construction, they are 100% waterproof too.
Find below a comparison guide showing how many 330ml cans will fit inside each size cooler bag and backpack. We also recommend 1/3 of the cooler is filled with ice on top of the drinks to ensure the contents stay cold for up to 24 hours.
All Dry Ice™ Cooler bags and backpacks are tested to carry a final weight of up to 25kg.
The PVC tarpaulin material used for the bags and backpacks can easily be repaired using a puncture repair kit, or a PVC friendly glue like Stormsure.
Yes, even when fully loaded with drinks and 1/3 ice the Cooler Bags and Backpacks will float if dropped in water. You can also easily add some air by blowing into the air valve when open to assist buoyancy when filled to the max.
No, please do not use dry ice inside your cooler as it will melt the fabric, damaging your bag and void the warranty.