Freezable Can Cooler

By PackIt

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Keep drinks perfectly chilled in a freezable ice cooler bag that does the job without needing any extra ice packs. Freezable gel liner built into the fold-flat walls of the bag means it can go straight from the freezer to picnics, parties, or even out to the backyard and keep 9 or 18 cans cool for hours. It can also make room-temperature drinks cold, dropping their temperature by 25 degrees in the first hour.

  • Materials: Exterior: Poly-canvas, food-safe waterproof lining; Interior: Freezable gel, polyethylene foam; Handle: Rubber, nylon
  • Care: Hand wash the interior with mild soap and warm water or wipe thoroughly with an all-purpose antibacterial wipe. Spot clean the exterior with a gentle sponge. Allow to air dry completely with the flap open before freezing to prevent frost
  • Instructions: Fold and freeze bag for minimum of 12 hours before use. Use the dry storage bag located in the bottom compartment to store bag while in the freezer
  • No ice packs needed, built-in freezable gel keeps items cool for hours
  • Collapses flat for compact storage
  • Top mesh dry compartment can hold keys, phone, or extra non-perishable lunch items
  • Built-in dry bag in bottom pocket wraps around cooler for freezer storage
  • Exterior zip pocket on bottom holds utensils, napkins, bottle openers, or other lunch items
  • Includes adjustable shoulder strap and sturdy haul handle
  • Material protects items against dirt, sand, and water, making it perfect for the beach, camping, and boating
  • For ages 10 and up
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 9 Can: 7.25" x 9.75" x 8.5"; 18 Can: 9.5" x 11.5" x 8.5"
  • Weight: 9 Can: 1.92 lbs.; 18 Can: 2.3 lbs.
 

About PackIt

Freezable Bags

Melissa Kieling was a mom on a mission when she created PackIt ice cooler bags. She was looking to make an ice pack replacement that would do the same chilling job in her kids’ lunch bags, without the actual ice pack that inevitably didn’t make it home from school.

So like any good Maker, she went the DIY route and made her own solution. The first prototype PackIt bag consisted of a shower curtain and a set of quilted ice packs that Melissa had her dry cleaner sew together. It did the trick, and kept the kiddos’ fresh snacks cool and, more importantly, un-soggy. When other moms eyed her creation, Melissa knew there were other folks out there who would appreciate her cool solution.

We launched that first PackIt lunch bag in 2010, and are just as excited about Melissa’s newer designs. The grocery bag, can cooler, lunch bag, and lunch tote all go straight from the freezer to wherever you need to keep food and drinks cold—like the office, school, farmer’s market, picnic—thanks to the freezable gel sealed inside the walls of the bags. No more lost (or drippy) ice packs, and everything is kept cool and fresh. We think Melissa’s idea for a replacement is even better than the real thing.