This shopping bag defies the weather
What does a bag have to do with the outside temperature? Quite a lot. At least when it comes to food and drinks in the bag and that they should retain a certain temperature. That's why there are thermal bags like the thermoshopper from reisenthel. It keeps juice, cheese, fruit, soup & so on. in the bag at a certain temperature – either cool or warm. So if you want to enjoy a cold drink in the summer or a warm soup in the winter, you can pack it in the bag at the desired temperature and brave the hot or cold outside temperatures with this Iso-Bag.
Cool: the cold chain is maintained
Even when shopping, a cool bag does not interrupt the cold chain. This is important for more sensitive foods such as dairy products, meat or fish products after selection in the supermarket and on the way home, because it is good for their shelf life. Our tip: To support and prolong the cooling effect of a thermal bag, it is best to additionally place a cold pack or ice cubes in the bag!
Insulation in the best sense
The thermoshopper from reisenthel is insulated with high-quality aluminium foil and closes tightly with a two-way zip. It also has a pocket on the outside for storing napkins, for example, which you always want to have handy when you're eating out. The two carrying straps make the thermoshopper easy to carry.
This cool bag from reisenthel has a capacity of 15 litres. Even bottles fit inside. By the way, the material – a high-quality polyester fabric – is water-repellent. And the outer material of some models is even made of robust and resource-saving polyester fabric from recycled PET bottles.
with more or less space
The coolerbag from reisenthel is a little bigger than the thermoshopper – it has 20 litres of volume and is tailor-made to fit in our carrybag shopping basket. Our coolerbag XL offers even more space, a full 30 litres, and a reinforced lid as a storage option as well as two holes for cups. We also have thermo cases in various sizes – including designs especially made for children!