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Re: Yeti coolers [Re: DI] #7508446 05/09/12 02:46 PM
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Originally Posted By: DI
I guess, but I would never treat mine like that, it costs too much. Mine gets a bleach bath and wipe down after each use, still looks like the day I bought it.


I got the cooler second hand from a supplier that pulled a rear wheel of a f150 on top of this cooler to test strength. Cooler is strong and still looks like new.


Re: Yeti coolers [Re: evolution44] #7508475 05/09/12 02:53 PM
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I want one


Re: Yeti coolers [Re: evolution44] #7508504 05/09/12 03:01 PM
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Went to the Glass Cactus this weekend after a wedding. Some Dbag had a Columbia shirt on with a Yeti Cooler ball cap. I lmao at him and shook my head.


Re: Yeti coolers [Re: evolution44] #7508508 05/09/12 03:02 PM
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I have three Yetis.

Roadie
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155 qt.

I won't own another. They're too danged heavy. Only reason to have one is if you need to keep something frozen solid for several days straight, in high heat. They do great for that.

I prefer my Coleman Extemes on wheels over the Yetis for keeping things cold, storing ice, ease of movement, etc. And price!



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Re: Yeti coolers [Re: fouzman] #7508515 05/09/12 03:03 PM
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Originally Posted By: fouzman
I have three Yetis.

Roadie
65 qt.
155 qt.

I won't own another. They're too danged heavy. Only reason to have one is if you need to keep something frozen solid for several days straight, in high heat. They do great for that.

I prefer my Coleman Extemes on wheels over the Yetis for keeping things cold, storing ice, ease of movement, etc. And price!


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Re: Yeti coolers [Re: evolution44] #7508571 05/09/12 03:18 PM
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Chilling post




Re: Yeti coolers [Re: Trickster] #7508674 05/09/12 03:37 PM
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The Brute coolers are very comparable to the Yeti except lighter and more affordable, the owners are right here in the Fort Worth area and they stand behind their product, I have a 90 and am looking at a 2o right now.



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Re: Yeti coolers [Re: Der Vorsteher] #7509128 05/09/12 05:10 PM
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Originally Posted By: CoachWhite34
Originally Posted By: fouzman
I have three Yetis.

Roadie
65 qt.
155 qt.

I won't own another. They're too danged heavy. Only reason to have one is if you need to keep something frozen solid for several days straight, in high heat. They do great for that.

I prefer my Coleman Extemes on wheels over the Yetis for keeping things cold, storing ice, ease of movement, etc. And price!


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Might as well lock the thread, there is nothing else to be learned.



Re: Yeti coolers [Re: evolution44] #7509170 05/09/12 05:23 PM
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I still have all of the Gott ice chests I ever bought, with that track record I don't need to buy more.

They also have a water dealie that goes in the lid, so I freeze my own ice that way.

My first Gott a little one, keeps ice real long. I have to say my big Gott cracked a bit on the outside and I added duck tape to it. Still works.

They are made by Rubbermade now?? So don't know.

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Re: Yeti coolers [Re: evolution44] #7509234 05/09/12 05:41 PM
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I have one 120 quart Yeti and I got it just to carry my tackle offshore so all my stuff wont get saltwater all over it like it did in my other coolers.


Re: Yeti coolers [Re: evolution44] #7509306 05/09/12 06:01 PM
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I previously did A LOT of camping in the N Texas heat..... I found the best thing I could do for long (5-day) weekends was to take deep oven pans, fill with water and put them into my DEEP FREEZE for at least 2 days. I would line the bottom of the cooler with the permafrost, put beer and goodies on top and fill in with regular ice. 4th of July, 5-day weekend on the Guadalupe and I would ALWAYS bring ice home...........



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Re: Yeti coolers [Re: evolution44] #7511353 05/10/12 02:10 AM
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they only reason you could possable need a yeti is incase your fising where bombs are constintly going off.



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Re: Yeti coolers [Re: evolution44] #7511554 05/10/12 02:39 AM
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Any of yall have one of these?
http://k2-coolers.com/




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Re: Yeti coolers [Re: evolution44] #7511594 05/10/12 02:46 AM
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I'm saving my money until thermos comes out with a 6' model.



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