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Show and Tell: GoSun Chill Solar-Powered Cooler

Welcome back to Show and Tell, where I unbox sweet tech for every area of your life. In this episode, let’s explore the GoSun Chill, a solar-powered cooler that doesn’t need ice. Summer activities outdoors are all fun and games until you have cooler issues. Lugging around a heavy, ice-packed cooler, running out of ice, and draining the water after a long day are only a few ways to dampen the fun. But this solar-powered cooler has cutting-edge technology to ensure the beverages stay cool, food stays fresh and dry, and the people stay happy. So, is the GoSun the cooler option? 

The GoSun Chill doesn’t need ice

No more grocery runs for clunky and heavy ice. With the Chill, you can set the internal temperature anywhere between -4 and 68 degrees Fahrenheit. Whether you want to keep popsicles frozen or keep your drinks chilled, this is one climate you can control. Without ice, your food doesn’t run the risk of getting soggy when the ice melts. Another perk of no ice is that you can use 100% of the cooler’s space and you don’t need to drain it after every use. And no longer will your hand freeze while you dig through the frozen cubes, searching for your favorite beverage. 

Technology that soaks up the sun

Who knew you could have a high-tech cooler? To power the Chill, you can always plug it into a normal outlet, plug it into your car’s port charger (DC Adapter), or use the included PowerBank+ which can keep the Chill cool for 14 hours on an 80-degree Fahrenheit summer day.

The PowerBank+ can also charge your devices, has an integrated flashlight, and can be charged up by GoSun’s SolarPanel 30 to keep the Chill running and your devices charged. So if you’re taking an overnight camping trip, let your solar panels soak up the sun in the day and power your devices at night. If you think this cooler could put more fun in your recreation time, check it out!

Learn more about the GoSun ecosystem when we covered their story earlier.

I will be back soon to unbox more tech, but until then, check out my previous episodes here.