It makes no difference if you’re a highly respected professional contractor or a weekend-warrior DIY amateur. A ready supply of chilled refreshments makes any workplace a better place to be. As a matter of fact, why should those proud men and women who make their way in the world by the sweat of their brows and the calluses on their hands get all the perks? Whether you favor a white collar, blue collar or no collar at all, the ingenious Milwaukee Jobsite Cooler is the ultimate way to wrangle both your essential tools and a generous supply of beverages and food for an entire day earning an honest buck or a lazy afternoon farting around in the garage pretending to accomplish something constructive.
Measuring 14.9 inches long by 13.8 inches wide by 11 inches deep with a carrying handle on top and padded shoulder strap, the soft-walled Milwaukee Jobsite Cooler stows your supplies in an array of exterior compartments and pockets while stashing your sustenance in both a zippered pocket beneath the lid (perfect for keeping certain foods such as sandwiches from swimming in half-melted ice) and a sizable main compartment with no dividers and enough vertical space for a 32-ounce bottle. All in all, that amounts to a combined 21-quart capacity kept frosty by a food-grade leakproof liner and double the insulation found in similar available coolers. For overnight excursions, that’s enough to keep ice intact for a full 24 hours under reasonable conditions without a drop seeping outside. In the name of unbreakable protection, this cooler comes reinforced with 1680D ballistic material construction, phenomenally sturdy metal hardware and a reinforced base that combine to ensure even a highly dangerous environment won’t break down your food fortress.
The Milwaukee Jobsite Cooler keeps the essential wares of your trade orderly every bit as neatly as it caddies your consumable provisions. Its selection of 12 organizers includes a clip sized to accommodate a standard tape measure, an integrated bottle opener, numerous slots designed to secure hand tools such as screwdrivers and smaller wrenches, and even a large front compartment made to store a tablet. Without a doubt, this is a tote built to venture wherever good times are had and the air rings with the storied DIY battle cry, “I could probably fix that.”