Igloo Party Bar

Oct 7, 2015

Category: Gear

The Igloo Party Bar is the company’s newest party cooler, and with all of its features, it’s likely to become your new favorite cooler.

It’s a heavy duty cooler that’s heavily insulated, featuring a removable lid, drink dividers and locking caster wheels. It also has an integrated bottle opener for those moments when you grab a beer and can’t find an opener handy. Most notably, it has LED lights that provide a cool 360-degree glow, lighting the interior of the cooler, allowing thirsty party guests to find what they need quickly. It is capable of holding 2 liters, wine bottles, beer cans and bottles, so regardless of your drinking plans, the Party Bar will be able to keep your liquids ice cold. It’s available now for $215. [Purchase]

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