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This cooler design is inspired by the simplicity of the Chinese rickshaw. By having the telescoping handle slide out sideways rather than vertically, you greatly increase leverage.
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The Glide-110qt cooler with telescoping handle in the non-extended position. When the telescoping handle is fully extended, the lifting force required to pick up a fully loaded cooler is reduced by 50%.
Dual Fusion - This production design uses a new material EPP (expanded polypropelene) for its exterior body. Using this material allows extreme durability with reduced manufacturing steps.
Wicker Coolers - Synthetic wicker cooler bench and cabinet designs to compliment patio accessories.
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Great White 250qt Tie Down Kit - This is a custom designed Tie Down Kit that will secure the cooler to a boat deck in challenging waters.
Divided Cooler - This cooler incorporates a lid that can store and dispense your drink of choice. The top lid has an insulative wrap. The design also had to be space saving.
Enviro Cooler - This cooler concept explored an "eco-centric" design approach. The cooler will be made entirely of regrind polyethelyne/polypropylene and can be easily recycled.
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Contour-30qt Personal Cooler - Initial concept sketch for the Contour-30 personal cooler.
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Contour-30qt Personal Cooler - Initial concept sketch for the Contour-30qt personal cooler.
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Contour-30qt Personal Cooler - Initial concept sketch for the Contour-30qt personal cooler.
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Contour-30qt Personal Cooler - Initial concept sketch for the Contour-30qt personal cooler.
Dual Fusion Sketches - One of many concept sketches exploring a "durable" form factor for this cooler design that will use a new type of exterior material for the body, EPP. (expanded polypropylene)
Gimbled Cooler Concept - This was an exploration of a new way to apply wheels to a cooler chassis. By offsetting the axel location, the cooler would not spill contents.

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