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paramount
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Jul-27-14, 
09:25 PM (MST)
"Arctic Ice"

Has anyone used the arctic ice, or similar products. I see Sportsmans Warehouse sales it. The claim it can be a substitute to dry ice. I hate having water soaking everything in my coolers. These things are expensive, wondering if they are worth tne
money.

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 Subject   Author   Message Date   ID 
 RE: Arctic Ice  mntman      Jul-31-14   1 
  RE: Arctic Ice  trophyhunter      Aug-02-14   2 
 RE: Arctic Ice  hornguy      Feb-28-15   3 
  RE: Arctic Ice  2f350s      Mar-02-15   4 
   RE: Arctic Ice  heartshot      Mar-02-15   5 
    RE: Arctic Ice  Mallards_On...      Mar-04-15   6 

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mntman
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Jul-31-14, 
11:57 PM (MST)
1. "RE: Arctic Ice"

I know it isn't the same but I use frozen water bottles for ice in my coolers. Buy a gallon water jug, let some water out so it has room to expand, freeze and then it is reuseable and yet you don't have water getting into all of your food.

Mntman

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Let me guess, you drive a 1 ton with oak trees for smoke stacks, 12" lift kit and 40" tires to pull a single place lawn mower trailer?

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trophyhunter
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Aug-02-14, 
11:01 PM (MST)
2. "RE: Arctic Ice"

+1 plus as the frozen jug melts you have some nice clean ready to use water

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hornguy
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Feb-28-15, 
08:07 PM (MST)
3. "RE: Arctic Ice"

Hello, I bought a couple artic ice products last year and they worked great. They will keep items frozen or cold depending on the type of artic ice used. This last 2-3 times longer than frozen water especially in hot weather. The frozen water is great for water later but this stuff is way better.

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2f350s
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Mar-02-15, 
09:12 AM (MST)
4. "RE: Arctic Ice"

I have used Artic Ice before and recommend it. I also use a couple of my own 2-liter water bottles filled with salt water, it stays frozen much longer than plain water.

Spend the money on additional licenses and HUNT more!

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heartshot
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Mar-02-15, 
12:32 PM (MST)
5. "RE: Arctic Ice"

Interesting.
Wouldn't salt lower the freezing point of the water, thus making it melt sooner. The melted water could still be below freezing, but still melted.


I've never used artic ice but I've heard it lasts an awfully long time in a good quality cooler.

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Mar-04-15, 
08:19 AM (MST)
6. "RE: Arctic Ice"

>Interesting.
>Wouldn't salt lower the freezing point
>of the water, thus making
>it melt sooner. The
>melted water could still be
>below freezing, but still melted.
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>
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>I've never used artic ice but
>I've heard it lasts an
>awfully long time in a
>good quality cooler.


That is correct. Using frozen salt water makes no sense at all.

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