Coleman Quart Heavy-Duty Super CoolerThe Coleman 55-quart heavy-duty super cooler is designed for the rough and wild, be it a fishing expedition on the high seas or an epic camping trip in the wilderness. Uvguard material protects it from the sun’s damaging rays, and integrated corrosion-resistant hinges and catch-free recessed rubber latches secure the antimicrobial liner in a virtually indestructible outer shell. In fact, once you slip a padlock into the lock slot, this chest is certified to resist even hungry Grizzly bears. Thick insulation up to 2.5 inches and a tight-fitting gasket seal around the lid mean your cooler will keep food or the day’s catch cold and will retain ice for 6 days at temps up to 90 DegreeF. Nonskid feet ensure your cooler stays where you want it, and tie-down points give you the option to secure the cooler to, say, your boat deck while leaving the lid free to open and close. When it’s time to pack up, extended-length rope handles with durable soft-touch grips make carrying comfortable. This tough, american-made cooler doesn’t just survive rough conditions-it thrives in them.
Retains cold and keeps ice for 6 days at temps up to 90 DegreeF thanks to 2.5-Inch lid and floor insulation, 2-inch sidewall insulation, and tight-fitting gasket Seal around lid
Antimicrobial liner and integrated cutting board resist odor, mold, mildew, and fungus from forming on them
Dual-size drain for easy draining of excess water from a standard hose or a fast 2-inch gate mouth
Interior dimensions: 17.1 x 10.5 x 13.4 inches; exterior dimensions: 27.4 x 19.6 x 19.6 inches
The exterior dimensions w 19″ x L 27″ x H 19″. The interior is w 13 1/2″ x L 191/2″ x h 14 1/12″. The cooler is not a pure oval shape but the corners are angled as you see in the photo.
Coleman does sell replacement parts through their website; that would probably be your best bet. I haven’t seen the baskets for sale by themselves anywhere.
The literature that came with the cooler states that it is “American Made”.
I am sure you can. When I use dry ice I put it into its own separate foam container inside the bigger cooler … safer, easier handling … makes for temperature grades. Your problem with these things is it takes three people to move one. They are unbelievably heavy.