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RTIC Coolers.com has RTIC 20 Personal Cooler (Mojave Tan) on sale for $83.74. Shipping is free. Thanks dragoneater1

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Personal cooler is great for everyday use and is great for work, camping, hunting, fishing or more. Holds up to 24 cans, 22 quarts, 25 pounds of ice or 5.5 gallons. Offer valid while supplies last - Discombobulated

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Speaking as a real avid outdoor adventurist that hunts, fishes, boats, atv trail rides, camps, etc., I can honestly say a Coleman has satisfied my needs for 30 years. My Grandparents used Coleman's and so did my parents.

I go to the beach about 20 times a year, camp about 5-6 times a year, go fishing almost every week during the spring and summer and hunt nearly every weekend during hunting season. We strap our Coleman to the back rack of the ATV's and trail ride with friends multiple times a year and I use 2 Coleman coolers in the boat, one for fish and one for drinks/food. Actually have a 100 quart Coleman I paid a mere $60 for that I use for fish.

We use Coleman for our crawfish boils here in Louisiana, low country shrimp boils and all our family get togethers/holidays where we have a cooler stocked full of sodas.

These expensive yeti's and stuff are really just status symbols. There are videos of them all over youtube where people brag about them keeping ice for 5 days or something. I camp a lot and even on a 3 day summer camp trip to the beach where temps are 90+ degrees here in Louisiana my Colemans keep our food cold and ice from melting. How many people that buy those expensive molded ice chests actually need to keep ice for 5 days at a time? Nah, most of them I see dragging these coolers around the local ballpark as a status symbol and bringing the tee ball team gatorades in them lol

Even most of my hunting club buddies have gone to Yeti's and again it's a status thing. They buy a $65,000 4x4 Truck, jack it up on huge mudgrip tires and have a massive Yeti cooler in the bed for all to see. I always joke around and ask them if that ice chest kills and cleans the deer too Stick Out Tongue
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Threw a 10lb bag of ice in and went out for a day on the boat..got back and put the bag in my freezer since it hadn't melted. Not being a fool to invest in a good cooler..you probably only wear old navy flip flops because you refuse to buy a decent pair.
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Not to TC, why is this cooler so popular at this price?
Because this cooler is more or less identical a yeti at a fraction of the price. It's also a great price for a rotomold cooler of this size.

Personally not a fan of the RTIC 20 but it is a good price for those that are looking for something this size.
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Great for a road trip with the kids...

Can't believe anyone thumbed this down, but that is SD for ya..
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Thanks OP. I saw it on another post today but it sold out within minutes. Saw your post and tried again and was able to order one.
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Bought it last night -- I can't imagine why anyone would downvote this, unless they're just downvoting RTIC in general.
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Bought it last night -- I can't imagine why anyone would downvote this, unless they're just downvoting RTIC in general.
Agreed, the sale is an amazing deal. The RTIC 45 for example (was in and out of stock today) is $133 while the yeti is $399... Exactly try 1/3 the cost. Is yeti better? maybe but is it 3x the price better? Not for me it's not. I have a soft 30, ordered a hard 45 and will get a hard 65 as soon as I can. To anyone who chooses to TD, Look around at comparable coolers and their prices and you'll see that for what you're getting this is a phenomenal deal. (don't compare it to a $20 crappy cooler either because they're not even close to the same)
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Rats.. really looking for a 45 or 65, guess I will need to watch more closely. I thought the were gone for good. TU on this deal.
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Thanks for the Reps...

I don't know how many they have. Ordered a white one Monday but it hasn't shipped.
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Is this better than a Coleman cooler that is cheaper? Genuinely asking.
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Is this better than a Coleman cooler that is cheaper? Genuinely asking.
It is significantly better. Keeps ice longer, more durable, and won't pick up smells. Pretty much better in every way.
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Is this better than a Coleman cooler that is cheaper? Genuinely asking.
Speaking as a real avid outdoor adventurist that hunts, fishes, boats, atv trail rides, camps, etc., I can honestly say a Coleman has satisfied my needs for 30 years. My Grandparents used Coleman's and so did my parents.

I go to the beach about 20 times a year, camp about 5-6 times a year, go fishing almost every week during the spring and summer and hunt nearly every weekend during hunting season. We strap our Coleman to the back rack of the ATV's and trail ride with friends multiple times a year and I use 2 Coleman coolers in the boat, one for fish and one for drinks/food. Actually have a 100 quart Coleman I paid a mere $60 for that I use for fish.

We use Coleman for our crawfish boils here in Louisiana, low country shrimp boils and all our family get togethers/holidays where we have a cooler stocked full of sodas.

These expensive yeti's and stuff are really just status symbols. There are videos of them all over youtube where people brag about them keeping ice for 5 days or something. I camp a lot and even on a 3 day summer camp trip to the beach where temps are 90+ degrees here in Louisiana my Colemans keep our food cold and ice from melting. How many people that buy those expensive molded ice chests actually need to keep ice for 5 days at a time? Nah, most of them I see dragging these coolers around the local ballpark as a status symbol and bringing the tee ball team gatorades in them lol

Even most of my hunting club buddies have gone to Yeti's and again it's a status thing. They buy a $65,000 4x4 Truck, jack it up on huge mudgrip tires and have a massive Yeti cooler in the bed for all to see. I always joke around and ask them if that ice chest kills and cleans the deer too Stick Out Tongue
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I have been on the fence of one the soft sided coolers, either the 30 at $83 or 40 at $100. I am in Houston and was hoping for one more come and get it sale before the new stuff comes in and they have to stop selling the old stuff. I don't think that is going to happen.
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