Nigel Donnelly

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We can only dream of reaching temperatures of 32 degrees this summer, but if it does get this hot your drinks will still be cool if they’re popped in one of these Xteme Coolers.
This new range of cool boxes from Coleman come in a range of sizes and claim to keep items ice cold for up to five days.

We can only dream of reaching temperatures of 32 degrees this summer, but if it does get this hot your drinks will still be cool if they’re popped in one of these Xteme Coolers.
This new range of cool boxes from Coleman come in a range of sizes and claim to keep items ice cold for up to five days.

 

We have a 36QT version to giveaway to one lucky reader. At 34litres its an ideal size for storing in the awning or using on a picnic. For your chance to win visit our competition page before midnight on 12 September.

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