Arctic Ice Tundra Series Reusable Cooler Pack, 5-Pound

July 26, 2017 - Comment
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(as of April 7, 2020 01:27 GMT+0200 - Details)

Arctic Ice maintains lower temperatures longer than ice or “blue” ice substitutes. This cooler insert’s reusable active ingredient, PureTemp is a non-toxic, biodegradable phase-change material (PCM) derived from plants. When Arctic Ice approaches its melting point (that’s the phase change) it begins absorbing more heat while stubbornly refusing to warm up. It holds a constant, pre-defined temperature until the entire cooler pack finally thaws. The Alaskan Series freezes at 1 Degree Celsius (33.8 Degrees Fahrenheit) and efficiently keeps food and drinks chilled much longer than the same volume of ice. For optimal performance, freeze Alaskan packs in any household freezer for at least eight hours prior to use.

Product Features

  • X-large- 5 pounds
  • Re-usable alternative for dry ice
  • Freezes at -15 degrees Celsius
  • Purple interior turns White when frozen
  • Freezes at +5 Degrees Fahrenheit
  • 10.925″X8.661″X1.85″
  • All natural product derived from vegetable oils
  • Tested to be reusable up to 100,000 times
  • Lasts much longer than ice


Jack Jones says:

I do not know if I got a bad batch or what I do not know if I got a bad batch or what. They do not last anywhere as long as advertised. I put three in a 54 qt. Yeti cooler. They do not stay frozen anywhere near advertised.

Kyle Brinkmeyer says:

Works average. Used recently on a 2600 mile road … Works average. Used recently on a 2600 mile road trip that included driving across Kansas when it was over a 100 degrees and kept my food frozen. After 24hours of continuous travel time in a pre-chilled cube cooler packed inside a camper shell the pack was starting to thaw. By the 3rd day of camping @ 11k’ elevation with highs in the mid 70’s and lows around 40 it was completely thawed. It seemed to hold up “okay”. I wouldn’t buy this pack unless its on sale.

blank Ashlee says:

When they are new, they work well… I’ve used both the 2.5 and 5# freezer blocks for several years. When they are new they work well, but drastically decline. I own an ice cream company and we use these to ‘replace’ dry ice for some applications. After many cycles of thawing and freezing they have ALL now lost their efficacy. (We have about 15 or so of these in the two sizes.) Definitely not a dry ice replacement as they claim to be. After about 20+ cycles, they just don’t freeze as cold anymore or stay frozen as long. I…

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