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Dead On DO-300 Killer Chiller Mobile Cooler/Lunch Box, Black
- Dual insulated compartment
- Exterior zip mesh accessory pocket
- 12-Inch long
- 1020-Cubic Inch capacity
- Waterproof fabric
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Mobile cooler/lunch box has dual insulated compartments for cold and warm storage. Made with waterproof fabric. 12''L x 8.5''D x 10'' Tall.
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The Killer Chiller Mobile cooler/lunch box has dual insulated compartment for cold and warm storage and an exterior zip mesh accessory pocket and waterproof fabric. It is 12-Inch long by 8-1/2-Inch deep by with a 1020-Cubic Inch capacity.
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- Plenty of space inside. I mean PLENTY. It can hold an amazing amount of stuff packaged in odd-shaped containers, and still have space for a couple chill blocks. Even when I carry a big lunch plus a small evening carry-over meal to get me through a very long overtime day, it still has space for a little more.
- Space above for a small Stanley thermos, plus a couple bananas, plus my Kindle in its case. Yes, I take my Kindle to work with me and want to keep it both hidden and with me, and therefore a bit safer from theft.
- Keeps stuff acceptably cold until about 2PM, considering it's packed at about 7AM. A can of pop or a bottle of iced tea is an enigma, though: they never seem to stay cold, and seem to suck the cold out of everything else.
- It worked great for about a year and a half. Kept stuff cold, stood up well to minor bumps and bangs. If you are hard on a cooler and replace yours periodically, this is the one to get. It WILL stand up to a beating.
- Needs some kind of support inside the bottom if you want it to keep its shape. I carry a Stanley 16 oz thermos in the top, and over time, it has squished the bottom all out of shape. The front remained pretty much the same height, but the back has squished down about an inch and a half. If you put enough stuff in the bottom to hold it up, it comes back to shape but won't remain there after stuff is removed. Sitting on the counter, it reminds me a bit of Charlie Brown's Christmas tree, slumped over sadly.
- Even though both compartments are roomy, if you're going to carry a thermos of coffee in the top, you'll need to buy a Stanley 16oz thermos. The bigger sizes won't fit. But you could carry TWO if you wanted; there's that much room in it.
- The liner is depolymerizing (getting stiff) and coming apart everywhere it has been folded. The zippers catch on the liner and make it difficult to close. The underneath insulation layers are now exposed along the zipper runs.
- The liner can be cut or punctured by your sharp knife that you brought to cut up that chunk of leftover roast that you brought for lunch today. Put the knife in something or use a guard.
- Another comment on the liner. It's easy to wash, but you have to remember to push firmly enough to get into all the folds that build up over time.
- I find the front compartment that's supposed to be for flatware to be totally useless. It is made of a mesh that allows dirt and dust to get on your eating utensils. Yuck.
- At this two-year-to-the-day mark, it doesn't keep stuff as cold as it used to. I'm going to be replacing it this month.
Worth the money, especially if you're hard on your lunch box. It has LOTS of space, doesn't scratch, and looks good for a fairly long time. Keeps stuff cold as long as the internal liner remains intact. Overall durability is not as good as it should be.
#1 - It has lost it's shape. The bottom use to stay nice and square, but it's starting to get saggy. My cell phone in the side mesh pocket gets rolled under the edge of the bag making it difficult to grab when someone calls while I'm driving. (safety feature here I guess; I have to pull over to wrestle out the phone and answer it).
#2 - The side mesh area has rips in about 4 places making anything other than a cell phone risky to keep there. Keys would likely fall out and get lost. Not made of sturdy material.
#3 - The liner has started to crack at all the corners and around the zippered areas (bottom chamber). Definitely not all that durable.
To be honest, I'm pretty rough with it. I toss it into my car and work truck. I zipper the bottom area a lot where I keep my glasses and other non food items. Through all this it still keeps a bottled water cool on hot summer days with no ice, and it keeps a hot sandwich (fast food stop) very warm until I reach my shop an hour to 2 hours after buying it. When I pack a lunch and throw in a cold soda can, it does okay during the hot summer (90-105 degrees out) at keeping the food the proper tempurature for 5 - 6 hours.
(long) I've had this bag for probably 18 months, and it is finally starting to break down. It served as more of a tool bag than anything, though it is not designed for this purpose. The zipper that connects the top and bottom portions has held up extremely well. The stitching holding that zipper to the top section has been under quite a bit of strain since day 1. Since it's almost two separate sections, the handle straps can't be stitched all the way down the sides and under like other bags, so whatever is stored in the bottom puts all it's weight on the zipper and it's stitching. I would say I kept at least 10lbs of tools and stuff in the bottom section, and other everyday needs in the top. The shoulder strap connections are excellent.
Don't know how well it keeps food warm or cold, but the construction, as a "tactical lunchbox" is great.
The bag is made of some heavy duty nylon and feels like it would hold up well to just about anything. Although it does not show it, this bag has a top and bottom compartment. I believe that the bottom can be used to hold ice packs as well as food. The top is more for fruit and smaller items.
Overall, I've found that this bag holds everything that I bring to work. And I tend to bring lots of tupperware like items to work. If you're bringing a salad, an entree, a bowl, a fork, some fruit and maybe another snack, this holds it just fine.
And if you buy from Amazon and don't like this one, you can return it. Don't buy from Ebags through Amazon as they won't exchange your purchase if you don't like it. I got burned on that one and warn you to watch out.