The Coolest Cooler Breaks Kickstarter Record by Raising over $10.7 million.

the coolest cooler

With still over 50 hours to go, Ryan Grepper of Portland, Oregon now holds the present record for the largest amount ever raised on Kickstarter. Hoping to get $50,000 to manufacture his cooler, created to be the ultimate portable party pack, he’s raised a record-breaking $10,754,218 from over 50,000 backers.

coolest cooler

Try, Try Again.
An example of what ‘never giving up’ can achieve, this isn’t their first attempt at raising funds on Kickstarter. They narrowly missed their fundraising mark in December, so they tried again – this time returning with a vengeance. In their own words “The ‘Coolest’ body has been completely redesigned – the blender is more powerful, the speaker is louder and the total capacity is even bigger. Combine that with a shorter lead time, a lower funding goal great rewards and we’ve got a recipe for a summertime Kickstarter blockbuster.” And it seems to have worked.

Mashable reports that “All in all, just 12 projects held the title of being Kickstarter’s top-funded campaign in its five-year history. Pebble held on to the top spot for more than two years, and seemed nearly untouchable with its $10 million-plus funding total. Now, Grepper and his Coolest Cooler are the 13th project to hold the title.”

The Coolest Cooler

The Coolest
Coolest cooler features by IIHIH

The 60 quart cooler has a powered rechargeable built-in ice crushing blender, removable waterproof bluetooth speaker, a USB charger, lid light bottle opener, storage for plates and a cutting board that functions as a divider.

WATERPROOF WIRELESS SPEAKERS:
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wireless speakers 2 IIHIH
USB CHARGER:
USB port charger IIHIH
LED LID LIGHT:
lid light IIHIH
BOTTLE OPENER:
bottle opener gif
GEAR TIE-DOWN:
cooler gif
BEACH TIRES:
wide tires
ESSENTIAL STORAGE:
built-in storage IIHIH
SPLIT LID and DIVIDER:
storage divider cutting board IIHIH

Ryan Grepper and his beautiful family:
ryan grepper and family

2019 Update: Coolest Cooler calls It Quits After 5 Years

 

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