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Igloo Reusable Small Ice Pack in Blue (4.25"x8.12") EXPIRED

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Amazon has Igloo Reusable Small Ice Pack in Blue (4.25"x8.12") on sale for $0.98. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $25 or more.

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About the Product
  • Reusable block helps extend cooling performance
  • Provides localized intense cold for items in need of quick cooling
  • Eliminates mess of melting ice
  • Non-toxic gel

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I purchased 4 of these last time they were available for this price. The price increased and is now back to $.98 each. They are small but last longer than expected. I use several in a Pelican 14qt cooler that was available last week on sale. There isn't a tremendous amount of room in that cooler so these work well. Thought I'd pass along this deal to anyone who's interested.

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I get the shipping aspect over Walmart, but they've been $0.98 at Walmart for at least 2 years now. Bought them back in Feb 2021 at this price. Stay cold decently well for their size

Igloo MAXCOLD Small Freeze Ice Block, Blue with ULTRATHERM Gel https://www.walmart.com/ip/45821644
I have been freezing water bottles and using then as ice packs, then when they almost melt drink them. May help a few?
The mixture has a lower freezing point than water, so they can hold the cooler at just below freezing temp if you want to keep frozen stuff in it. In case you don't understand how freezing works, fresh water freezes at 32 F, and while it melts the liquid water stays at 32 F as long as there is any ice remaining (heat energy preferentially melts the ice instead of warms the water). Likewise, these packs remain at about 30 F as long as a part of it remains frozen. They start rising in temp only after all the frozen bits have melted. That's why someone said they mix in salt with the water in their homemade ice packs - the salt lowers the freezing point.
If 32 F is good enough and your cooler is big enough for frozen round water bottles, then by all means you can use frozen water bottles. But if space is tight, the rectangular shape of these make them easier to pack without loosing as much cooler space.
You're supposed to use them in lieu of ice cubes, which form water at the bottom of the cooler when they melt. Sometimes you have stuff in the cooler which you don't want getting wet.
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01-25-2023 at 06:21 AM.
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Thank you!! I needed one! Appreciate your post a lot Smilie
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01-25-2023 at 07:11 AM.
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Dimensions are incorrect in title. Decimal place error. Should be 4.24" x .812" x 5.25"
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01-25-2023 at 07:13 AM.
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I get the shipping aspect over Walmart, but they've been $0.98 at Walmart for at least 2 years now. Bought them back in Feb 2021 at this price. Stay cold decently well for their size

Igloo MAXCOLD Small Freeze Ice Block, Blue with ULTRATHERM Gel https://www.walmart.com/ip/45821644
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01-25-2023 at 07:13 AM.
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This is the everyday in-store price at Walmart
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01-25-2023 at 07:24 AM.
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Thanks! Don't have to step inside a Walmart. FYI- max 4 packs per customer, it seems
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Just a FYi the quality of these is not very good. They expand quite a bit now. To much water it seems.
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01-25-2023 at 07:31 AM.
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Quote from Marlin1975 :
Just a FYi the quality of these is not very good. They expand quite a bit now. To much water it seems.
Any recommendations?
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01-25-2023 at 07:37 AM.
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Quote from EdgarL1047 :
Any recommendations?

Sorry I don't use them that often so don't buy a lot.


Saw reviews that had the same issue but thought they were a fluke. But mine did the same as others.
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01-25-2023 at 08:03 AM.
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Any recommendations?
Placing them in a zip lock bag in case it leaks or gets wet as it cools down.?
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01-25-2023 at 08:18 AM.
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Awesome timing. Was just thinking I needed some more of these last night!
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01-25-2023 at 08:29 AM.
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These are ok if you don't use them often, they will start to bulge after a few uses. I regularly use ice packs in a cooler since the grocery store is a bit of a drive, look into Cooler Shock as something to use more often.
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I have been freezing water bottles and using then as ice packs, then when they almost melt drink them. May help a few?
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