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Boombox Party Cooler

September 19, 2015 - Comment

JamCooler is the Ultimate Party Cooler. A limousine for brats and beers. The world’s first premium cooler with integrated speakers and wireless music control is designed to wow the crowd with its incredible sound and impressive cold storage capacity. The JamCooler gives you a rugged cooler with a Bluetooth-enabled sound system that will keep the

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(as of January 17, 2018 11:01 PM EST - Details)

JamCooler is the Ultimate Party Cooler. A limousine for brats and beers. The world’s first premium cooler with integrated speakers and wireless music control is designed to wow the crowd with its incredible sound and impressive cold storage capacity. The JamCooler gives you a rugged cooler with a Bluetooth-enabled sound system that will keep the party raging. With space for over 100 ice cold beverages and power for 10 hours of thumping jams, the JamCooler will truly FEED THE PARTY!! Includes portable battery charge.

Product Features

  • Plays Music Wirelessly with iPhone and Android
  • JBL 600 Watt Premium Sound System
  • Completly Waterproof with Marine-Grade Components
  • 10 Hours Rechargeable Battery Life
  • Auxiliary plug for on-the-go USB charging
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Comments

Rob says:

Fantastic, but QC issues for such an expensive item This is a difficult review.The positives:- the cooler sounds awesome!- Bluetooth worked great- Battery lasted all day and some of the evening, I eventually turned it off before it died- Kept ice for 3 days (and still had plenty of ice when I dumped it on day 3)- Definitely handled floating down the river on a raft for 7 hours, water guns were fired across it and no issues with water getting on itThe negatives:- Because it’s so heavy in the lid, and requires two hands to hold the latches up while opening, it can be a bit difficult to simply grab a beer out of. This is particularly bad when you’re rafting, but I can’t really fault the product…just a note (magnets to hold up the latches would be perfect)- the low rated cardboard box it came in (with not a single piece of packing material) was partially crushed and torn; the latches had been partially damaged during shipping due to poor packing (though still…

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