This is a food shipment cooler that we got tamales delivered in from Texas to Michigan. Kept them well-refrigerated (with dry ice and an ice gel pack).Great job. The cooler looks like it fits almost perfectly - where did you get it?
LOL, I love me some tamales, but there are lots here in SoCal. Almost worth it just for the cooler, thoughThis is a food shipment cooler that we got tamales delivered in from Texas to Michigan. Kept them well-refrigerated (with dry ice and an ice gel pack).
You could do the same and get some tamales delivered from Texas Lone Star Tamales and keep the cooler. =D
If you want to try to find it directly, this is what is stamped on top:
HFP Cold Chain Solutions
The Frunk is not actually insulated, so your ice and gel packs will melt quicker without an actual cooler. We just use this for a couple of 6-packs or a gallon of milk en route from the grocery to home, but with a freezer pack it will keep things cold for many hours.Cool hack. Looks great. Super handy too! Thanks for posting. (And isn't the frunk also a cooler anyway? Like you can just throw a few ice gel packs in there and toss whatever else in there if you wanted in any of the sections?)
IKR? ;-) If you do order the tamales, get the Grande sized ones so they'll be as big as you are used to. Very good. Highly recommend. =DLOL, I love me some tamales, but there are lots here in SoCal. Almost worth it just for the cooler, though
I will check out the link and see if I can locate something nearby. Thanks!
That might be what I need. I just need something easily removable where I can put my tools since right now I use something like this in my trunk. Really I just need to be able to remove all my tools in one shot like this container and be able to drop in my suitcase for trips. I never planned on keeping the trunk dividers either way