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"Water is kept frigidly cold with a thick piece of ice. " hmm. this thing DOES plug in to refrigerate, right?
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"Water is kept frigidly cold with a thick piece of ice. " hmm. this thing DOES plug in to refrigerate, right?
I honestly can't tell
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"Water is kept frigidly cold with a thick piece of ice. " hmm. this thing DOES plug in to refrigerate, right?
A search online shows no mention of AC power. Just as the description warns, you add a large chunk of ice and kid yourself into thinking its a water cooler. Its just another useless piece of junk the Chinese made for fartmart sheeple. It'll probably end up in the landfill or floating around in the oceans... killing hordes of marine life as the plastic break down into micro plastics.
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They call it a cold Water-cooler but you need to add a block of ice. GTFOH.
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This is on the popular page because slickdeals is a scam. Period.
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"Water is kept frigidly cold with a thick piece of ice. " hmm. this thing DOES plug in to refrigerate, right?
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I honestly can't tell
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A search online shows no mention of AC power. Just as the description warns, you add a large chunk of ice and kid yourself into thinking its a water cooler. Its just another useless piece of junk the Chinese made for fartmart sheeple. It'll probably end up in the landfill or floating around in the oceans... killing hordes of marine life as the plastic break down into micro plastics.
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They call it a cold Water-cooler but you need to add a block of ice. GTFOH.
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This is on the popular page because slickdeals is a scam. Period.
I ordered one last night. Seemed like a good deal, so I figured I would share it. Details do seem a little vague on it. Figured I could easily return it to Walmart if I don't like it. The whole thing about adding a block of ice doesn't sound too good, but we'll see. I just ordered it w/ some fillers for free 2-day shipping, so I'll know in a couple of days. Could have waited to post it, but prices change often and didn't know if the price would good up or if it would sell out. Moved it to Deal Talk for now.
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I ordered one last night. Seemed like a good deal, so I figured I would share it. Details do seem a little vague on it. Figured I could easily return it to Walmart if I don't like it. The whole thing about adding a block of ice doesn't sound too good, but we'll see. I just ordered it w/ some fillers for free 2-day shipping, so I'll know in a couple of days. Could have waited to post it, but prices change often and didn't know if the price would good up or if it would sell out. Moved it to Deal Talk for now.
This is a glorified Gatorade cooler with ice cubes in it. Those are what, $15? This is like selling a gameboy with thumbsticks to manually push your characters around. Cute, but were not a 3rd world audience....
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I ordered one last night. Seemed like a good deal, so I figured I would share it. Details do seem a little vague on it. Figured I could easily return it to Walmart if I don't like it. The whole thing about adding a block of ice doesn't sound too good, but we'll see. I just ordered it w/ some fillers for free 2-day shipping, so I'll know in a couple of days. Could have waited to post it, but prices change often and didn't know if the price would good up or if it would sell out. Moved it to Deal Talk for now.
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I ordered one last night. Seemed like a good deal, so I figured I would share it. Details do seem a little vague on it. Figured I could easily return it to Walmart if I don't like it. The whole thing about adding a block of ice doesn't sound too good, but we'll see. I just ordered it w/ some fillers for free 2-day shipping, so I'll know in a couple of days. Could have waited to post it, but prices change often and didn't know if the price would good up or if it would sell out. Moved it to Deal Talk for now.
Really? It mentions right in the description that you have to add ice to this useless thing. Nothing vague or confusing about that. If you're not going to use it, please return it for a refund, rather than throwing it the garbage can. I hope you weren't the one who posted this stupid thing. Seems to be a lot of that going on lately from SD side of rotten, and A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE COMPLAINING!!!!
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This is a glorified Gatorade cooler with ice cubes in it. Those are what, $15? This is like selling a gameboy with thumbsticks to manually push your characters around. Cute, but were not a 3rd world audience....
It isnt even that. A Gatorade type cooler is insulated. This rubbish was posted only for SD's benefit.
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A search online shows no mention of AC power. Just as the description warns, you add a large chunk of ice and kid yourself into thinking its a water cooler. Its just another useless piece of junk the Chinese made for fartmart sheeple. It'll probably end up in the landfill or floating around in the oceans... killing hordes of marine life as the plastic break down into micro plastics.
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Really? It mentions right in the description that you have to add ice to this useless thing. Nothing vague or confusing about that. If you're not going to use it, please return it for a refund, rather than throwing it the garbage can. I hope you weren't the one who posted this stupid thing. Seems to be a lot of that going on lately from SD side of rotten, and A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE COMPLAINING!!!!
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It isnt even that. A Gatorade type cooler is insulated. This rubbish was posted only for SD's benefit.
laugh out loud Who shit in your cereal?
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so has anyone received theirs yet?...reviews...mine is sitting at WM waiting to be picked up
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so has anyone received theirs yet?...reviews...mine is sitting at WM waiting to be picked up
It was just delivered at my house. I haven't tested it out yet, but I can confirm that it is A/C powered. It has a plug and the back has what appears to be cooling coils. So that's good news, I was afraid it was just going to be a cooler that you add ice to. Oh it doesn't come w/ a bottle though, but I'm sure those don't cost that much. It takes 3 or 5 gallon bottles. It looks good. It dispenses cold and room temperature water. There is a button for each.

I would recommend you pick it up. It looks good for $29. If you don't like it, you should be able to easily return it to Walmart. I'll try it out later. Just figured I'd give people an update.

I attached a pic from the manual showing the specs.
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thank you SlickDealio for clearing up all this fake news that this cooler needed blocks of ice to work...will pick mine up confidently that its got a plug that goes into the wall...
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