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RTIC 65qt Rotomolded Coolers 35% OFF $162.49

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Many other are also items are also 50% off right now. Soft packs. day packs, water bottles, food containers, some accessories, etc. I got a 65qt hard cooler a few months back and I'm very happy with it. This is the best price I've seen. Some sizes and colors are sold out.

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Just came here to post this deal. These coolers perform better than the Yeti in a number of head-to-head comparisons on YouTube also. In for 1.
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Just came here to post this deal. These coolers perform better than the Yeti in a number of head-to-head comparisons on YouTube also. In for 1.
I can't speak to the performance of Yeti coolers since I've never used or tested one before. My assumption was that for the price difference the goal is for RTIC to perform at least as good as Yeti.

I contacted RTIC myself and they have general guidelines for testing the performance of the coolers. Following the conditions specified (pre-chill, full of ice, kept <80° F, not open >30sec), my RTIC 65 kept ice for almost 10 days (granted it was just a few cubes at that point and I had kept it inside). RTIC rates it for 5 days. So far I've used the RTIC during parties, filled with one 20lb bag of ice, repeatedly opened by guests, and it keeps ice about 3 days. The water remains <50° F for up to a week.
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I can't speak to the performance of Yeti coolers since I've never used or tested one before. My assumption was that for the price difference the goal is for RTIC to perform at least as good as Yeti.

I contacted RTIC myself and they have general guidelines for testing the performance of the coolers. Following the conditions specified (pre-chill, full of ice, kept 30sec), my RTIC 65 kept ice for almost 10 days (granted it was just a few cubes at that point and I had kept it inside). RTIC rates it for 5 days. So far I've used the RTIC during parties, filled with one 20lb bag of ice, repeatedly opened by guests, and it keeps ice about 3 days. The water remains
Glad to hear that! I grabbed the RTIC 65 on this sale, and I'm excited to take this thing out on week-long camping trips.
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I grabbed a 45 for a gift looked them up seem to be better or as good as yeti significantly cheaper. Brother in law also has one said best cooler he's ever had.
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Great cooler, got a 65qt for 163 down from 249
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This RTIC 65 or this Everbilt 73Qt from HD...

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Everbilt-73-Qt-High-Performance-Cooler-with-Lockable-Lid-410-028-0111/307853311
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