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Anyone have a Yeti Cooler? Are they really worth the price? I have been looking at Tundra 75 but have been apprehensive about

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  • Anyone have a Yeti Cooler? Are they really worth the price? I have been looking at Tundra 75 but have been apprehensive about

    Anyone have a Yeti Cooler? Are they really worth the price? I have been looking at Tundra 75 but have been apprehensive about spending so much on a cooler.

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    my hunting partner has one and it is the best cooler i have ever seen on a warm day after opening the cooler and closing it you can't open it for a few seconds because when the warm air is cooled it create a vacuum in the cooler making it nearly impossible to open before it equalizes( this takes about 2 min usually). for a 4 day deer trip last fall he bought an ice block and only about a fifth of it had melted by day 4.

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      Worth the price? Absolutely!! Affordable? Not by a long shot! I don't think you'll find a better cooler and if you can justify the price, you'll be satisfied without a doubt!

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        We have 2 and they are amazing. Took 1 camping for 2 weeks. Once we got it cold and activated after the first 24 hours, they only took 1 bag of ice a week.

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          I think the pelican is better. I cant bring myself to spend the money on either. I have a 110 qt Igloo from Sams Club that was $80. After a 4 day fishing trip to Florida it was still holding ice.

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