Vintage cooler Curver modell, in brown, orange, white
Cooler in orange, brown. Curver model.
Seventies cooler, Curver model. Camping and picknicks are absolutely great with this popular retro styled cooler. You can't afford to haven't one. It makes you very happy!
This cooler in brown/orange with white handle and inside Several traces of use, but in a neat vintage condition.
- Height: 39 cm.
- Length: 41 cm.
- Width: 28 cm.
A cooler, portable ice chest, ice box, cool box, chilly bin (in New Zealand), or 'esky' (Australia) most commonly is an insulated box used to keep food or drink cool. Ice cubes are most commonly placed in it to help the things inside stay cool. Ice packs are sometimes used, as they either contain the melting water inside or have a gel sealed inside that stays cold longer than plain ice (absorbing heat as it changes phase).
The portable ice chest was invented by Richard C. Laramy of Joliet, Illinois.
The Coleman Company popularized the cooler with its initial offering of a galvanized cooler in 1954. Three years later, Coleman developed a process to make a plastic liner for coolers and jugs.
Coolers are often taken on picnics, and on vacation or holiday. Where summers are hot, they may also be used just for getting cold groceries home from the store, such as keeping ice cream from melting in a hot automobile. Even without adding ice, this can be helpful, particularly if the trip home will be lengthy. Some coolers have built-in cup holders in the lid.