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Everbilt 26-Quart High-Performance Cooler w/ Lockable Lid

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Home Depot has Everbilt 26-Quart High-Performance Cooler w/ Lockable Lid on sale for $39.88. Select Free Store Pickup where stock permtis. Thanks bcm00re

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The Everbilt Cooler is designed for river trips, camping, and other outdoor activities. The High-Density Polyurethane Foam insulation keeps ice for 3 to 5-days, with a no-sweat design eliminating condensation on the outside of the cooler. -slickdewmaster

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The Everbilt 26 Qt. Cooler is designed for river trips, camping, and other outdoor activities. The High-Density Polyurethane Foam insulation keeps ice for 3 to 5-days, with a no-sweat design eliminating condensation on the outside of the cooler. It features Rubber Pad non-slip feet to keep the cooler secure in your vehicle or boat. An interlocking no-fall lid stays up when you're unloading the cooler and carry handles fold away for easy packing in truck or raft. For easy transportation, a stainless steel comfort grip handle is built-in. A drain release is located at the base of the cooler so you can keep melted water out of the cooler and your food.

Premium insulation keeps ice for up to 5 days
Lockable lid prevents animals from getting access to your food or adult beverages
UV resistant exterior designed for extensive outdoor use, wherever your adventures take you
T-handle latches keep the lid secure and provide a water tight seal
Rotomolded, seamless 1-piece construction makes this virtually unbreakable
Built-in pressure release button to allow air into the cooler so that it's easier to open
Internal dimensions in inches are 16.1 in. D x 9.1 in. H x 11.4 in. W

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Everb.../306522306
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Last Edited by WildflowerGuru December 3, 2019 at 10:19 AM
For anyone interested in information from the Manufacturer, they've responded to some people's Home Depot ratings with this information:"Please refer to the ice retention chart on the main product page of our item or listed under the info and guides section as a product brochure. As you can see, the type of ice you use and the temperature outside can change the ice retention time. For best results, we recommend using block ice and keeping the cooler out of direct sunlight."
You can also get dry ice from many Walmart locations. Call ahead to verify.

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Doing the math on posted internal dimensions, this Everbilt appears to have about the same internal volume as the Yeti Tundra 35. That Yeti costs $250 and this Everbilt is $40; IMO there is no way the Yeti is 6 times better!

From what I have read, the trick with these coolers -- if you want the ice to last a long time -- is to pre-chill them the night before (using some milk jugs of frozen water) prior to loading them up for deployment.
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about $200 cheaper but performs the same
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Yeti is just Louis Vuitton for men. These are just as functional.
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Shows up as $60 for me
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Is it past midnight in your area? After it rolled past midnight in my area the price dropped from $60 to $40.
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I see special buy $ 39 88
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How does this compare to a yeti?
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Doing the math on posted internal dimensions, this Everbilt appears to have about the same internal volume as the Yeti Tundra 35. That Yeti costs $250 and this Everbilt is $40; IMO there is no way the Yeti is 6 times better!

From what I have read, the trick with these coolers -- if you want the ice to last a long time -- is to pre-chill them the night before (using some milk jugs of frozen water) prior to loading them up for deployment.
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I saw these in my local Home Depot yesterday. If I was in the market for
one of these super coolers I wouldn't hesitate buying this one. Looked and felt well built, especially for the price. They're still $60 here, but at $40 I'd definitely go back and buy a couple.
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Any bigger size on sale?
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Family of 4 been looking for a big 50+ quart cooler like this, but getting 2-3 of these works the same for me.. Probably better, now I can divide the food in separate coolers.. Thank you for posting!! 😊
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Awesome deal. Been wanting to try a rotomold cooler for a while.
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