Insulation Ability
Mobility and Durability
Visual Appeal
Cost
Overall Rating

Igloo Marine Breeze Cooler

28, 48, and 50 quart sizes

Plastic composition

Budget-priced

Pros: Good ice life, well-constructed, good price
Cons: Lid can be pretty tight, not a lot of additional features or color choices

Features:
Push button telescoping handle, non-mark wheels, Cool Riser technology, molded side handles
Igloo Marine Breeze Cooler Review

Igloo Marine Breeze Cooler Review

Last Updated by Brandon F. on June 20, 2019

This is our Igloo Marine Breeze Cooler Review.  The Igloo Marine Breeze Coolers utilize the unique Igloo Cool Riser Technology, which literally elevates the cooler base off of the ground, which minimizes ground contact and helps to avoid the heat.  It has UV inhibitors to guard against sun damage and comes in the standard white color which helps to bounce of sun rays.  It has molded on-side carry handles and extended carrying handle for the wheeled variety.  It is available in 48-quart non-wheeled and 28 and 50-quart wheeled.  It is made of hard plastic.

Insulation ability –  3.5 star

This combination of the white outer surface, decent lid sealing, and well-constructed and relatively thick plastic lining means that this ice chest will keep ice cold for 2 to 3 days in the heat.   That, coupled with the unique elevated base means that you can leave this cooler sitting on a hot surface without it affecting the inside nearly as much as comparable coolers.  The larger sizes appear to keep the ice for a bit longer but even the 28-quart variety is more than acceptable.

Mobility and durability –  3 star

Overall the cooler is pretty well-constructed.  The wheels are actually pretty high quality and have good grips.  The handle (which can be notoriously weak for Igloo products) holds up quite well, even the extended ones on the wheeled examples.    Minor issues include that the lid can be quite tight to the point where it can be difficult to open due to the tight seal and the handles can be a bit stiff when trying to rotate.  It would have been nice to have a drain hole in all of the sizes as well.  We can’t be overly picky about the specifics here since this is targeted as being a budget-minded cooler.

Visual Appeal –  3 star

This is actually a pretty progressive-looking cooler, and Igloo does a good job of incorporating the elevated look without making it look corny or gaudy.  There isn’t a lot of features on the outside (minimal handles, not cup holders, no drain hole, etc.) so it is a very simple and smooth look.  It works but it won’t have quite the “wow” factor that some other coolers out there possess.

Cost –  3 star

Online prices for this product place it at the high end of the budget tier.  This is a competitive price for a decent cooler.

Overall Rating –  3 star

The Igloo Marine Breeze Cooler Review receives 3 out of 5 coolers.  This ice chest does a pretty good job on all levels with its performance.  The elevated base and tight-fitting lid mean that ice will be around for a weekend trip to even the hottest climate. 

It is well-constructed enough to hold up for several seasons.  Opening and close the lid and rotating the handle can be a bit laborious, however, but with its decent price can be overlooked.  This is an acceptable choice for those after something simple for a short excursion.

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