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Large Water Jug

Maximize your outdoor experience with the Fatboy 5 Gallon Waterboy Water Jug Cooler. Boasting a 5-day ice retention capacity, non-slip features, and an integrated bottle opener, it’s ideal for extended trips, large gatherings, and emergency preparedness.

  1. Generous Size for Greater Needs: External dimensions are 16″ in diameter at the top, 14″ at the bottom, and 17″ in height. Internal dimensions are 11″ in diameter at the top, 9″ at the bottom, and 13″ in height.
  2. Large 5-Gallon Capacity: Can hold up to 29 cans, making it suitable for larger groups or longer storage requirements.
  3. Extended Ice Retention: Designed to hold ice for over 5 days, ideal for prolonged outdoor activities, events, or emergency situations where cold storage is crucial.
  4. Robust and Durable Construction: Features a sturdy design with a sand color finish, ensuring durability and suitability for various environments.
  5. Convenient and User-Friendly Features: Includes a textured padded lid for comfortable seating or use, non-slip feet for stability, and an integrated bottle opener for added convenience.
  6. Safety and Comfort in Design: The cooler is designed with user safety and comfort in mind, making it easy to transport and use in various outdoor and emergency scenarios.
  7. Reliable and Long-Lasting: Comes with a 5-year limited warranty, ensuring long-term reliability and performance.
  8. Ideal for Outdoor Adventures and Emergency Kits: This larger version of the water jug cooler is perfect for camping, picnics, large gatherings, and as a dependable component in emergency preparedness kits, providing ample storage and excellent ice retention capabilities.


Tuesday 5th of March 2024

Would you need to purify bottled water that has been sitting for more than 6 months. I have a few 40 packs of water.

Rob Benson

Tuesday 5th of March 2024

No, I wouldn't unless the water has been opened or looks cloudy or has an "off" color.


Saturday 30th of December 2023

Could this be used with a Berkey water filtration system to store filtered water? How long can water be stored? Would any other purifying agent need to be added for water's long storage?

Rob Benson

Saturday 30th of December 2023

Cleanliness: The jug should be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized before use to prevent bacterial growth. Regular cleaning is also essential if you're continuously using and refilling it.

Storage Conditions: Store the jug in a cool, dark place away from direct sunlight and heat sources. Light and warmth can encourage algae and bacterial growth.

Duration of Storage: Filtered water can be stored for a relatively long time. However, the exact duration depends on the storage conditions. In ideal conditions, filtered water can be stored for up to 6 months, but it's generally recommended to use it within a few weeks to a month for the best quality.

Additional Purifying Agents: Under normal circumstances, if the water is properly filtered and stored, you shouldn't need to add any purifying agents. However, if you plan to store water for an extended period (several months), you might consider adding a small amount of chlorine bleach (unscented, with 5-6% sodium hypochlorite) as a precaution. The typical recommendation is about 1/8 teaspoon (or 8 drops) per gallon of water. This can help inhibit microbial growth.

Regular Checks: Periodically check the water for any changes in smell, taste, or appearance. If you notice anything unusual, it's best to discard the water.

Usage: If the water has been stored for a long time, it's a good practice to re-filter or boil it before use, especially if you have any doubts about its quality.