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Rubbermaid 5-Gallon Water Cooler, Orange


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  • Perfect for all your home storage needs.
  • Made of high-quality plastic
  • Rubbermaid Model #1840999

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Rubbermaid 5 GAL WATER COOLER - ORANGE is perfect for all your kitchen organization needs. Made from high-quality materials, you will be impressed by the elegance and durability of Rubbermaid kitchen organization products.

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RUB168501 Features -Capacity (Volume) 5 gal.-Opening Type Screw Top Lid.-Height 19 in.-Global Product Type Water Coolers.-Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent 0 pct.-Material(s) Polyethylene.-Diameter 12 1/2 in.-Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent 0 pct.-Total Recycled Content Percent 0 pct. Color/Finish -Color(s) Orange.

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35 of 39 people found the following review helpful
Makes a nice mash tun Feb. 20 2011
By D. Lee - Published on Amazon.com
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Converted this into a mash tun to use in the brewing of beer. It's been used to hold boiling or hot water and has held up well. Slight warping from the heat but not very much. I find it loses around 3-5 degrees F for a one hour mash. It's a little on the small side but big enough.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
screw top rocks, leaky faucet stinks Aug. 18 2010
By T. W. Patton - Published on Amazon.com
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I simply love the fact that if this cooler gets dumped out of the truck or boat or off the porch, that nothing spills out. The screw-top lid is the most secure of all.

But the problem is with the spigot design. When the rubber "cover" gives out, you've got a leaker. What a bone-head design. I'm going to seal up the spigot hole as I don't use this cooler for water anymore. It was used for that for a couple of years, then became my camping/fishing/truck cooler. Now it is side-lined until I repair (permanently) the leak.

I'll buy Igloo the next time i want one of these type coolers-especially if I want to depend on it as a water cooler. But also note that I'm very hard on coolers.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Good product for what you need Oct. 21 2009
By Running Man - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased three Rubbermaid 5 gallon water coolers for use with our running group. We use them every weekend and haul them all over the place filled with water and/or sports drink. My only complaint is the lids will leak even if they are screwed down correctly and tight if they fall over. If you don't put the lids on right, they will also leak while hauling them about as the liquid splashes inside the container. The lids sometimes take a time or two to screw on correctly as the threads don't always line up correctly the first time. Insulation is ok, about what you'd expect from a cooler like this. All in all, very pleased with the product as it has held up well over the last year of being hauled all over the place. One last thought, make sure you unscrew the lid slightly when you're ready to use as it will sometimes create a vacuum which will keep the spigot from flowing.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Perfect for field / heavy duty use Aug. 4 2009
By JMW - Published on Amazon.com
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We use these water coolers to provide water areas on the outside fields. They're easy to clean, and are sturdy enough to handle tons of day camp kids and staff. I've bought these for years, and will continue to do so if one breaks (Usually caused by someone knocking off the dispenser in front).
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
it's good Nov. 1 2010
By grimm - Published on Amazon.com
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Ugly orange - but extremely functional.

Had to replace one (its spout broke due to too much traveling - we'repretty hard on them) - I didn't even look at another brand.

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