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What reusable ice sheets are the best?

Magic34

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I remember reading on here that some of you swear by reusable ice sheets, but there was a specific brand that everyone agreed was excellent. I can't find the thread anywhere.

So... any help on what those were?
 

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Yup...Techni Ice. We've been using the stuff for a good 15+ years.
Let them soak in a sink overnight and then freeze.
We most often use these to "line" the onboard coolers then supplement with ice.
 

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I remember reading on here that some of you swear by reusable ice sheets, but there was a specific brand that everyone agreed was excellent. I can't find the thread anywhere.

So... any help on what those were?
there were a few people on here talking about Cooler Shock www.coolershockcom recently so I ordered some. I can say first hand that these really work great. I received them right before I trip to Lake Don Pedro (NorCal). They made our ice last much longer and worked great for the boat soft cooler.

3 Cooler Shock Large 10" x 14" Dry Packs with Screw Caps
 

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Thanks, cooler shock was it... I just bought some in 2 different sizes.
 

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I've had very good luck with cooler shock. We bought the pack of 4 small and another of the 3 large. We use them literally everyday here in Havasu and have for the past year as I pack a cooler every morning with soda and water for clients (and myself of course :)) in an AO cooler and they keep everything cold for at least 10 hours with no supplemental ice even in a hot car.

We still have a couple of the older Gott (Rubbermaid) coolers with the screw-in ice packs and we have converted the water to Cooler shock and they stay much colder for much longer........all in all it's a great product:thumbsup:thumbsup
 

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Only thing I've ever used. Cheap and available. 10 cents each :)
Left 3frozen bottles by themselves in an AO cooler in the hot car and they were still 1/3 frozen after 24 hours. In an emergency you can drink them. You have to load the cooler with cold stuff to start with.
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Hands down best ice sheets I have used in the desert in the last 20 years. They last 2 days in the AOCoolers in very hot climate and even freeze your bottles of water. So far we have had the same sheets and use them every week for roughly 5-7 years. JMO
 

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I've had very good luck with cooler shock. We bought the pack of 4 small and another of the 3 large. We use them literally everyday here in Havasu and have for the past year as I pack a cooler every morning with soda and water for clients (and myself of course :)) in an AO cooler and they keep everything cold for at least 10 hours with no supplemental ice even in a hot car.

We still have a couple of the older Gott (Rubbermaid) coolers with the screw-in ice packs and we have converted the water to Cooler shock and they stay much colder for much longer........all in all it's a great product:thumbsup:thumbsup
We bought the combo pack after seeing your post in the last thread and are very happy with them. Damn cold beer at 5 PM after being out all day.
 
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