Introducing the new and improved RYOBI 18V Cooling Cooler. This cooler is unique in that it can act as a 50 quart cooler, or can double as an air cooling unit. The cordless convenience makes this an awesome option for keeping cool on the jobsite or at any outside event. The 18-Volt ONE+™ Cooling Cooler is sold as a kit with the P102 battery and P119 charger. Best of all, like every 18-Volt ONE+™ blue or green tool, this cooler works with any 18-Volt ONE+™ battery. Upgrade to LITHIUM+ batteries for better performance.
- True 50 qt. capacity
- Over 4 hours of runtime on the included P102 battery
- On-board storage compartment for phone, keys, etc.
- Handle and wheels for easy transport
- Fits tall items including two liter bottles
- Includes: P102 Battery and P119 Charger
- Battery: 18V
- Product Weight: 35 lbs.
- Product Depth: 18"
- Product Height: 20"
- Product Width: 30"
- Total Capacity: 50 qt.
18V ONE+™ COOLING COOLER
18V ONE+™ COOLING COOLER is rated out of 5 by 17.
Rated 4 out of 5 by jamiew88 from This unit is as descibed we really enjoy this cooler, it is heavy but mobile. The cooling feature actually does work. We use it at Little League games and Camping. Fun conversational unit . Along with the Fans we have we stay somewhat cooler at events!
Date published: 2018-05-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by NAVYVETGunner from This is NOT a power cooler.... I was under the impression the 18v battery would power the cooler to keep items cold. it does not, you need ice to cool anything. The battery operates a fan that uses the ice and cold air inside the cooler to cool the outside of the cooler where the fan blows. We packed this in our car for a long trip on 1st use thinking we would not need ice like a smaller version we have that only holds a six pack.After 3 hours and the fan running, we took a water out of the cooler just as warm as it was when we put in. We could have save a LOT of space just getting a regular cooler.... I could see the advantage of this cooler if camping in a tent or un cooled facility. But it should be better explained in the description that you NEED ICE to cool anything....
Date published: 2018-06-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by Jjsilva839 from Broke after 3 uses We only used the cooler 3 times and the green handle used to tote to cooler around keeps popping off. The green outer vents got mistaken for the handle to open the cooler and got distroyed. This cooler needs a better handle. It needs some type of label To indicate where the handle is or maybe a protecting grill/cover for the vents. I wish I could get my money back.
Date published: 2018-08-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tomtom from Works great! Bought it 2 years ago and love it. Great to have on those hot days when you need that cold air to cool you off.
Date published: 2019-06-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by Mandy from Good cooler I got this cooler 2 weeks ago.works good.Dog loves the cooler on it, will be great for her in the AZ heat.
Date published: 2019-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by jrzcell from Unkown replacement I had purchased older type batteries and the couldn't handle the use. When they stopped holding a charge for more than one or two minutes of use I thought I was not going to be able to use my older type of Ryobi tools. I got on a chat session with an agent on HD web site and she showed me these batteries and I am so glad. Now I can use my older tools and they work stronger than ever. Also, these batteries do last a while.
Date published: 2019-05-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by LowVoltageGuy from Wish I would have Read the spec sheet closer It works just fine as an Ice Chest "IF" you don't run the Blower. The Blower which does put off a nice cold breeze however it kills your ice. If you are trying to keep Food/Drinks Cold do not run the blower. Also this is a VERY Heavy unit even when empty. not easily taken on the go.
Date published: 2019-11-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by Gearguy from Not the greatest Have had this product a little over a month. Unlike my other 33+ Ryobu tools, I shouldn't have purchased this. Doesn't maintain the ice when cooling fan is off. Melts 2, 10lbs bags of ice pithing an hour when cooling fan is on
Date published: 2019-08-19