Introduction: How to Make a Pocket Freezer (Easy)

Have you ever wanted to take ice cream to school but you can't because it will melt? Well now thanks to the pocket freezer you can! The pocket freezer is excellent for school lunches or just to keep things frozen for a long time. It lets people take frozen things such as frozen yogurt, smoothies, ice cream, and other foods places. Who wouldn't want to have one? Get your materials and make one today!

Step 1: Materials

1. plastic container (with screw on lid)
2. smaller container that fits in the first with extra room
3. flexible ice packs (look at picture for example)
4. OPTIONAL- duct tape to decorate outside 

Step 2: Step 1

Take the big container and wrap the ice packets inside.

Step 3: Step 2

Put the smaller container in the middle and screw on your lid. 

Step 4: Step 3 (Optional)

Decorate outside with duct tape to make it look more appealing. 

Step 5: How to Use

When you want to use your product put the frozen food you want in the middle container and then put on the lid and freeze it all overnight. The next day you can take it out and it will stay frozen for over 5 hours! 

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Battlespeed (author)2014-04-26

I'll have to try this, and if it works as advertised, I'll have to say this is the "coolest" instructable yet. What I wonder is whether insulating the outer container (on the outside) might not even keep the food frozen longer. In other words, wrap the outer container with something insulating and then wrap the duct tape around that to hold it. Here's the kind of thing that I'm talking about - thermal fabric that keeps hot things hot and cold things cold.

http://www.sew4home.com/tips-resources/fabric-color-texture/hot-hot-hot-thermal-fabrics

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