Summertime and hot Florida days are just around the corner. Anglers and boaters will be packing their coolers full of cold, refreshing and energizing drinks. They have a new option this year for keeping things cold. It’s called Arctic Ice™. If you need to keep things cool, or even frozen, on your boat, in your vehicle or at the campsite, you need to give this new product a try.
The creation comes in “super cooler packs” of various sizes to meet the differing needs of outdoorsmen and women. The manufactures say the packs can be used up to 100,000 times. Chalk that up against the price of an equivalent amount of store-bought ice.
What makes this product special are the ingredients inside each pack. The chemical makeup is such that heat is absorbed while maintaining a frozen state for prolonged periods of time. The result is all day refrigeration without the mess of melted ice.
Environmentalists will be happy to know that the active ingredient in each Arctic Ice™ Series is non-toxic, biodegradable and derived from the oils of plants – not petroleum or caustic salts.
The Alaskan Series offers users the opportunity to keep their refrigerated goods cold all day long or longer without any risk of freezing, and no melted ice.
The Tundra Series brings a whole new concept designed to keep things frozen. Imagine keeping your bait, chum or food frozen all day or longer without the hassle of dry ice. The Tundra Series can keep items frozen for 48 hours or longer when properly used.
The product ranges in size from a .75-pound pack for the lunchbox to a much bigger 5-pound pack for larger coolers. The rugged exterior of high-density polyethylene will provide years of puncture proof service. The surface is easily cleaned and even dishwasher safe. If that’s not enough, the manufacturer provides a limited lifetime warranty against leakage!
Just when you think you have seen it all, a new product comes long that promises to make the outdoor experience easier. Arctic Ice™ is one of those products.
Visit the Arctic Ice™ website at www.arcticicellc.com for more information. To correspond with a real person, email firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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