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Inflatable Beer Ice Bucket Beer Cooler

Inflatable Beer Ice Bucket Beer Cooler

Inflatable Beer Ice Bucket Beer Cooler

Regular price $49.95 Sale price $39.95
Inflatable Beer Ice Bucket Beer Cooler
Are you looking for an inflatable beer cooler to spice up your next party? Our Inflatable Beer Ice Bucket Beer Cooler keeps your drinks cold for hours and is big enough to store drinks for a great pool party, BBQ, picnic, or camping trip.
Inflatable Beer Ice Bucket Beer Cooler

Features

Suitable - The inflatable beer cooler can be used as ice buckets, bathtubs, water buckets, and so on. It is perfect for outdoor barbecue events, swimming pool parties, camping, boat trips, or beach days.

Safe To Use - Our beer ice bucket is an inflatable barrel made of high-quality PVC material for toughness, and it is BPA-free, making it safe for use.

Portable - The ice cooler can be easily deflated for storage and transportation. It's foldable, compact, and won't take up too much room anywhere. It's a small cooler with a large capacity.

Inflatable Beer Ice Bucket Beer Cooler

Package Content

1x Inflatable Beer Ice Bucket Beer Cooler

Specifications

Material: PVC
Dimensions:
Approx. 38x30x15cm

Shipping Information

Domestic Shipping (USA): Your inflatable beer cooler will be packaged and shipped within 3 days of ordering. Please keep in mind that our items are custom made and shipped from warehouses across the world meaning it may take them 7 to 22 business days to arrive after shipment (most of the time closer to 14).

International Shipping: The beer ice bucket will be packaged and shipped within 5 days of order. We do ship worldwide! Please be patient and note that delivery times will vary depending on your location. Majority of countries will have the inflatable beer ice bucket beer cooler delivered within 2 to 5 weeks!

Our Guarantee

We truly believe our products have made everlasting impacts all across world and we fully stand by our products. You are the reason why we're here today, so we want to give you a risk-free 30-day guarantee for all of your purchases.

If you don’t have a positive experience for any reason, we will do whatever it takes to make sure you are 100% satisfied with your purchase.

We have 24/7 Email Support Team that is always ready to help. Please contact us if you need any sort of help or even just a listening ear.

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
82%
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G.V.

It's a cooler that floats!! Let’s talk about it first. The quality is excellent. The drink holders are solid and hold well. The extra storage areas around the sides are perfect. And the cooler area, plenty big to hold a 12 pack, some food, and some water. Just fill it up with some ice and close the lid.

The lid is solidly attached on one side with Velcro on the other. It will stay in place no problem and provides protection for your contents. If you purchase another of the Intex floating tubes you can connect this right to them with the special clips and rope that are provided. This keeps the cooler right where you want it.

I used this cooler for going down the river on a recent trip. There were two coolers to choose from. This one and the much larger rectangular one. My review will focus on the good and bad points of both of these.

Getting to the river with this float can be a pain if you have to walk from your trunk down there. First, the cooler is inflated, full of ice, the contents and kind of bulky to walk with. If you don’t have to walk far then you are lucky. Plus, you are probably going to have to bring everything to the river in another cooler and then put it in this one when you get there. Now, if you have a round cooler that will slide into this, great, perfect, wonderful. I didn’t.

Someone on our trip had the Intex rectangular floating cooler. They did not have the lid on it. They filled their cooler at home with everything they needed, ice, drinks, etc. When we got to the river, they filled their tubes and carried the cooler to the river, and dropped the cooler into the tube. Done. I, on the other hand, took my cooler to the river, poured the contents into this floating cooler, and then I too was done. Except, I had to walk back to the trunk to put my other cooler back…extra trip.

So what bonus does this have over the other? The drink holders and the storage area. You don’t get that with the rectangular cooler. Plus, it is a bit smaller, a little bit easier to maneuver, and I had no problem figuring out which cooler was mine, as nobody had one like this.

One last thought. Do you have a pool? This is the perfect cooler for your pool. Let me repeat, this works great on the river if you can be a bit organized, but at home in the pool….perfect.

S
S.G.

I bought as a cooler and then turned it into a dog boat!! So it was a win win! My dog absolutely loved it!!!

R
R.G.

Super convenient to have on the river with you weather you need it to hold drinks or just to hold personal items

G
G.S.

I am a marathon swimmer and I bought this cooler to assist me with feedings while I am training. I have not tried keeping anything cool in this cooler because if anything I want my drinks warm to help raise my body temperature when I am swimming in cold waters. When I swim either I tie it to a bouy line and take drinks when a pass it or I tow it behind me depending on the location. The cooler did not come with any ties and so I am using a shoelace; I tie one end to the handle of the cooler and the other end to either a bouy line or belt around my waist. It does create quite a bit of drag when I'm towing it. But it has managed to hold onto the drinks even in the outer cup holders when I'm swimming in the ocean. Works exactly as I needed it.

L
L.T.

Just tried this out -- it's a great size for about 2-3 people for a full day floating on the river. For our trip, it held sandwiches, a giant bag of chips and jerky, about 6 water bottles, 14 cans, and minimal ice. We utilized the cupholders on the outside and horizontal pockets to wedge everything non-perishable. The inside is smaller than we thought, but it was very effective, and held up a lot of food weight. My recommendation is purchasing a pump that you can use in your car (we were very popular at the launch site), and packing extra rope with carabiners so you have a quick release. It didn't happen to us, but several people "capsized" when they couldn't untie the ropes in time, and got caught on rocks or other floaties.

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
82%
(9)
9%
(1)
9%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
G
G.V.

It's a cooler that floats!! Let’s talk about it first. The quality is excellent. The drink holders are solid and hold well. The extra storage areas around the sides are perfect. And the cooler area, plenty big to hold a 12 pack, some food, and some water. Just fill it up with some ice and close the lid.

The lid is solidly attached on one side with Velcro on the other. It will stay in place no problem and provides protection for your contents. If you purchase another of the Intex floating tubes you can connect this right to them with the special clips and rope that are provided. This keeps the cooler right where you want it.

I used this cooler for going down the river on a recent trip. There were two coolers to choose from. This one and the much larger rectangular one. My review will focus on the good and bad points of both of these.

Getting to the river with this float can be a pain if you have to walk from your trunk down there. First, the cooler is inflated, full of ice, the contents and kind of bulky to walk with. If you don’t have to walk far then you are lucky. Plus, you are probably going to have to bring everything to the river in another cooler and then put it in this one when you get there. Now, if you have a round cooler that will slide into this, great, perfect, wonderful. I didn’t.

Someone on our trip had the Intex rectangular floating cooler. They did not have the lid on it. They filled their cooler at home with everything they needed, ice, drinks, etc. When we got to the river, they filled their tubes and carried the cooler to the river, and dropped the cooler into the tube. Done. I, on the other hand, took my cooler to the river, poured the contents into this floating cooler, and then I too was done. Except, I had to walk back to the trunk to put my other cooler back…extra trip.

So what bonus does this have over the other? The drink holders and the storage area. You don’t get that with the rectangular cooler. Plus, it is a bit smaller, a little bit easier to maneuver, and I had no problem figuring out which cooler was mine, as nobody had one like this.

One last thought. Do you have a pool? This is the perfect cooler for your pool. Let me repeat, this works great on the river if you can be a bit organized, but at home in the pool….perfect.

S
S.G.

I bought as a cooler and then turned it into a dog boat!! So it was a win win! My dog absolutely loved it!!!

R
R.G.

Super convenient to have on the river with you weather you need it to hold drinks or just to hold personal items

G
G.S.

I am a marathon swimmer and I bought this cooler to assist me with feedings while I am training. I have not tried keeping anything cool in this cooler because if anything I want my drinks warm to help raise my body temperature when I am swimming in cold waters. When I swim either I tie it to a bouy line and take drinks when a pass it or I tow it behind me depending on the location. The cooler did not come with any ties and so I am using a shoelace; I tie one end to the handle of the cooler and the other end to either a bouy line or belt around my waist. It does create quite a bit of drag when I'm towing it. But it has managed to hold onto the drinks even in the outer cup holders when I'm swimming in the ocean. Works exactly as I needed it.

L
L.T.

Just tried this out -- it's a great size for about 2-3 people for a full day floating on the river. For our trip, it held sandwiches, a giant bag of chips and jerky, about 6 water bottles, 14 cans, and minimal ice. We utilized the cupholders on the outside and horizontal pockets to wedge everything non-perishable. The inside is smaller than we thought, but it was very effective, and held up a lot of food weight. My recommendation is purchasing a pump that you can use in your car (we were very popular at the launch site), and packing extra rope with carabiners so you have a quick release. It didn't happen to us, but several people "capsized" when they couldn't untie the ropes in time, and got caught on rocks or other floaties.

Exceptional Quality

Our products are made with high quality durable materials. Perfect for all adventures!

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