Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by 737Capt, Aug 23, 2013.
Anyone make a tennis bag with a built in drink cooler?
Reminds me of Rodney Dangerfield's golf bag in Caddyshack.
I wanted to keep this thread alive, because I too have been looking for a racket bag with a built in cooler. I have one now which is an older model Prince 12 pack bag with a built in cooler, and I love the bag, but it is huge.
I was hoping to find maybe a 6 racket bag or even smaller with a cooler big enough to hold at least 3 bottled waters and an ice pack. Anybody know of anything like that??
Oh yeah, and something other than Green!
Prince made a 12 pack bag w/ a thermal compartment for water, etc. for some reason, I have three. 1 green/black and 2 red/grey. I have no idea other than I couldn't resist them for the price I paid.
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Just bought this bag, it has a built in drinks cooler! Works well!
So, I know this is a necro-post, but I searched for relevant info and this was the closest I found.
I saw somebody the other day using one of the thermal compartments of their bag as a drink cooler. I thought this was just a brilliant idea if you didn't need to bring enough racquets to fill both compartments. One of those, "why didn't I think of that?" moments.
Is this more common than I thought? Anybody else do this?
Gamma makes a bag that has a separate thermal compartment for drinks and stuff. It's part of a larger center compartment but there is a wall you velcro into place that makes it a separate compartment. I have the bag and it is actually pretty handy.
Lol, I put 3 cold waters in my thermal compartment!! It keeps them cold for about 2-3 hours. I am getting some VS Touch tomorrow (thanks TW) and have to remember not to do that
The Babolat Aero 12pack from last generation came with a large portable cooler, big enough for four 24 oz. bottles. Not sure what I liked more, the fact that it was portable and not part of the bag at all, or the fact that it was large...
Someone recently posted pics of a Dunlop bag with a purpose build thermal bottle compartment that was pretty cool looking.
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