Nothing Beats a Cold Drink When You’re Sitting Out in the Hot Sun

 Do you enjoy going to sporting events in the summer, but dread sitting in the hot sun all day?  You probably live for those moments where you can take a swig of that cold drink that you just paid an overpriced $17 dollars for.  There is not much better then a cold drink on a hot summer day whether it be at a sporting event or neighborhood pool, café, etc.

Some drinks are just better served in the bottle (if you think about it, it’s almost as if you never really graduated from that baby bottle stage…).  Luckily, there is a great economical way to store large amounts of bottled drinks at once while keeping them chilled – the 36” Stainless Steel Bottle Cooler from Turbo-Air.

This bottle cooler is perfect for keeping your bottled beverages cold while storing them in the back of the house or behind a café counter.  Although the cooler holds up to 8 cubic ft, the sliding door on the top of the unit allows you to fully utilize all of that space without having to worry about items falling out when you open the door!  An attached bottle opener and catcher are included, making it a one stop shop for bottle storage and opening.  It maintains the ideal 33-38 degree F temperature, so your beverages will remain cold for longer periods of time (but not frozen) when removed from the cooler. Longer lasting cold drinks are highly appealing to people spending the day in the hot sun.  Free shipping too!

36” Stainless Steel Bottle Cooler from Turbo-Air

Turbo Air - 36" Bottle Cooler- Stainless Steel- 8 cu. ft. - #TBC-36SD

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