Remember the truly sustainable cooler, Wooly Mammoth? It was unfortunate that the funding was canceled in 2019. But there’s good news. The folks at Wool Street are fighters. They persevered and relaunched the cooler on Kickstarter after more than a year.

Wooly Mammoth Eco-friendly Cooler

Now simply known as Wooly Eco-friendly Cooler, it is everything we have learned previously. This means the uber-cool, one-less-thing-to-carry, lid with tackle-box-style hinges that has a bamboo cutting board for food prep. Tackle box-style hinge to ensure whatever is on top remains undisturbed when accessing the cooler.

It has a stainless steel interior and an aluminum exterior, with 100% biodegradable natural wool sandwiched in between. Believe it or not, zero plastic is used in this product. Even the seal is a natural rubber gasket.

The 14.9” deep by 24.6” (37.8 x 62.5 cm) wide cooler has a capacity of 52 quarts (49L) which is spacious enough to accommodate up to 78 can beverages without ice. The cooler promised ice retention for 3 days and keeping whatever needs to be cooled, cool for at least 3 days.

When all is done and the ice has melted, a drain plug allows water to be drained easily. The drain plug is compatible with standard American hoses, thus allowing water to be drained even if the receptacle is at a distance.

Finally, this 18.3 lbs (8.3 kg), super sleek, and classy cooler is outfitted with a pair of latching handles with bamboo grips that serve as, well, handles and doubles as a tight sealing locking mechanism for the lid.

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If you are sold by the idea (like, why wouldn’t anyone???), you pre-order Wooly Eco-friendly Cooler by pledging US$200 or more for a product on Kickstarter.

The campaign is funded, btw. So, it is a pre-order. If everything goes as planned, you should be seeing this awesome cooler at your doorstep sometime in May 2022. Hopefully, by then, we are all free to go wherever we want. Fingers crossed. Stay safe everyone.

All images courtesy of Wool Street.

Submitted via TIP US Page.

Published by Mike

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

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