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Old 02-16-2013   #1
 
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Exclamation New Commercial Coolers (HUGE SAVINGS)

Newest Product on the Market!

FrontierPlay is proud to be the first company carrying Black Rock polyethylene commercial coolers.

Black Rock Coolers are built for harsh environments!

The rugged polyethylene exterior and 2" thick insulated walls will handle extreme temperatures. The UV stabilizer will ward off the brutal sun.

These coolers are built for the commercial outfitter with prices anyone can appreciate.

Black Rock Cooler Price Compared to other leading brands:

146 Qt Black Rock cooler $425
146 Qt NRS Big Sky cooler $530
150 Qt Yeti Tundra cooler $649

Six Sizes to choose from.


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Where are they manufactured?
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Yes Black Rock is so new it doesn't even show up on the search engines. I have had good experience with Frontier Play. I have a Frontier Play dry box that was a great deal but I need to know more before making this kind of purchase. Where are they manufactured? is a good question to start. With no track record how can someone compare your cooler to a Yeti? At least if I buy a Yeti I know what to expect.
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The Black Rock Coolers are manufactured in Cambodia.
Black Rock's website is http://blackrockcoolers.com/

I was given a cut out of the cooler lid to look at the material being used and also have a model 110L cooler I'm testing out. I'm impressed and know these prices will go up a lot once these coolers are seen in the market and priced to support a dealer network. Andy the owner of Black Rock saw a need for quality affordable coolers and went to Cambodia to work out a product with a leading cooler manufacture.

I know you'll be impressed and FrontierPlay will give a full refund on these coolers if not satisfied.
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Their web site sez 2 inches foam in sides how much

foam is in top and bottom?
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From the cooler I have it looks like it is 2" of foam top, bottom, and sides.
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Width at the top of the sidewall (below the lip) where the frame rails would sit? I'm assuming their quoted width is to the outside of the lip?
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Does the price on your website include shipping?
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We have shipping discounted right now on our website.

The last couple orders the coolers shipping to two different locations in the West was only around $26 to $35. These coolers are oversized so actual shipping is a lot more than this.

The outside dimension is at the widest part of the cooler. I just measured the 110L and it is 34" wide and tapers down to 32" at the bottom.
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Sorry I should have been more clear--most cooler mfrs describe that dimension as "length".

How far apart would you space raft frame rails (inside to inside) so the cooler lip would rest on the frame rails? I assume 17" or 18" or so--or is the lip thick enough to bear the cooler?
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