Engel Coolers Reviews
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Details:Engel has a complete line of Fiberglass Ice Boxes, Plastic Iceboxes and Dry Box / Coolers. The fiberglass ice boxes claim to keep cold for 9 to 12 days and are insulated with 2" high density closed cell Polyurethane foam.
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Number of Reviews: 4
Average Rating: 2.75
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Rating: OVER RATED
Reviewed on July 9, 2014 by JOEY STATEN from COLUMBUS
I GOT A ENGEL 25 QT . IT MAY KEEP ICE FOR 2 DAYS IN THE SHADE . MY CHEAP ILGOO COOLER DOES BETTER .
Rating: think it over
Reviewed on April 4, 2013 by John Neeley from Puyallup, wa
I purchased an Engel cooler to have on my boat a few years ago. Within a year the seal around the inside of the top started falling out. This was just great trying to put a fish in the cooler, which was located on the swim step, and trying to hold onto the seal to keep it from falling in the drink. Also, around the hinges, plugs, latches etc.the plastic on the cooler started changing colors. I've tried different cleaners that work great on other coolers but it just does not work. I've contacted Engels about these problems and this was there response: 1. get some sealent and glue the seal in. 2.Preasure wash the cooler. This is like a 300.00 cooler. I have $50.00 cooler that have held up alot better and I've had them for over 15 years. Price doesn't always mean quality.
Rating: Get The Engel!
Reviewed on July 25, 2009 by Shaun Roth from CABO
We recently bought a used contender 36 open and it came with 2 engel coolers that the owner used to keep ice alive for long trips. We have an ice machine at our dock so figured we would give it a try. We stacked up the large cooler full of ice and shut the lid. We came back 3 days later and the ice cubes were almost near the same size as started with very little water. After 7 days the ice cubes were about half the size and you can tell there was quite a bit of water at teh bottom, but this was very IMPRESSIVE!
Rating: Help Decide Between Engel and Yeti
Reviewed on July 23, 2009 by Jason Snitzer from CT
I am looking at the Engel and Yeti Coolers now for our 2 boats. We have a flats boat in the keys that needs something around 45 quarts and I'm drawn to these cooler because they don't need much ice and you can store much more drinks and such to battle the florida hot sun. For our boat up here in CT, we want to use it as a coffin our our contender, so need something big. Just curious how the customer service is with both companies, since the coolers are a tad big pricey. Who has the better rep right now?
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