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    Quote Originally Posted by NCGrandma View Post
    Just curious where do you get high quality ice packs? My family has the same challenge when traveling (meds that need to be kept refrigerated) and the only ice packs Ive seen are those blue ones at CVS/grocery stores. Ok but definitely not great.


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    I found some on Amazon. Plus we used the ones DSs meds shipped with (shipped overnight with fed ex and meds are always cold when they arrive the next morning.)


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    Quote Originally Posted by NCGrandma View Post
    Just curious where do you get high quality ice packs? My family has the same challenge when traveling (meds that need to be kept refrigerated) and the only ice packs Ive seen are those blue ones at CVS/grocery stores. Ok but definitely not great.


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    These icepacks are crazy good
    Cooler Shock
    https://www.amazon.com/Cooler-Shock-...NsaWNrPXRydWU=

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeanne View Post
    These icepacks are crazy good
    Cooler Shock
    https://www.amazon.com/Cooler-Shock-...NsaWNrPXRydWU=
    Those are the ones I got from
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    Kindra178 is offline Red Diamond level (10,000+ posts)
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    I have soft sided cooler bags from Packit and LLB. The Packit tote grocery bag can hold five sandwiches and some drinks. With a couple extra ice packs, things stay cold for 12 hours. It rolls up and lives in our basement freezer. We have a few different Packits and I love them all.

    https://packit.com/products/freezabl...nt=97838202886

    We use a soft sided rolling cooler for baseball tournaments, as does everyone. The popular ones are from Costco and this one:

    https://www.target.com/p/igloo-maxco...23#lnk=sametab

    This works super well for 12 hours and can hold a ton. Easy to maneuver. We will pack 1-2 meals for 2-4 people, plus snacks and drinks (we freeze gatorade and water bottles to use as ice packs in addition to regular ice packs). I was hesitant to get this because it was another thing. But it's amazing.
    Last edited by Kindra178; 06-14-2021 at 11:16 AM.

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