Double Cooler

Sep 8, 2015

Category: Gear

Before now, we’ve only seen coolers that hold a single beverage. But let’s face it — not everyone loves orange Gatorade as much as you do. Now, there’s a the Double Cooler, an invention so obvious that we would have never thought of it ourselves.

The Double Cooler has two chambers for two separate liquids, with the inner chamber holding two gallons and the outer chamber holding five gallons. Each chamber has a spout on the front of the cooler, which gives thirsty passersby a choice. The center chamber can be filled with ice to chill the outer chamber’s liquid all day, later melting into ice water. The lid also has a dual purpose, as it allows you to drain the center chamber without removing the lid or wasting any of the drink in the outer chamber. The cooler is available for $70. [Purchase]

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