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This Monoprice Pure Outdoor Emperor Flip Portable Soft Cooler can keep food and drinks cold for up to 72 hours. -oceanlake

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I am a big fan of saving money and getting a more generic brand rather than paying a premium for yeti. have 2 RTIC (40 and 60) and a Nash Sub Z (23q), all bought on clearance/sale. I can tell you definitively that not all rotomolded coolers are created equally though. I have looked at and tested the Walmart Ozark trail high performance and the Lifetime performance coolers and they are both far inferior quality. The Lifetime feels more like plastic and hollow-ish, more like an imposter pretending to look like a rotomolded rather than actually is one. The Ozark feels lighter and less dense and inferior quality. Cheaper is good but without looking it over don't assume all are the same. Just don't assume everything labeled rotomolded is equal.

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I'd imagine these are just as good as Yeti without paying for the R&D.
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I'd imagine these are just as good as Yeti without paying for the R&D.
I have the 50L and it keeps ice for days. Definitely comparable to Yeti for 1/3 of the price. I don't think it's just R&D costs the drive the price, they purposely market as a luxury brand.
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thin or thick puncture proof interior?
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I have the 50L and it keeps ice for days. Definitely comparable to Yeti for 1/3 of the price. I don't think it's just R&D costs the drive the price, they purposely market as a luxury brand.
I am a big fan of saving money and getting a more generic brand rather than paying a premium for yeti. have 2 RTIC (40 and 60) and a Nash Sub Z (23q), all bought on clearance/sale. I can tell you definitively that not all rotomolded coolers are created equally though. I have looked at and tested the Walmart Ozark trail high performance and the Lifetime performance coolers and they are both far inferior quality. The Lifetime feels more like plastic and hollow-ish, more like an imposter pretending to look like a rotomolded rather than actually is one. The Ozark feels lighter and less dense and inferior quality. Cheaper is good but without looking it over don't assume all are the same. Just don't assume everything labeled rotomolded is equal.
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Do any of these fold flat?
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Looking for a replacement from the $50 RTIC Soft Pack 30 that was posted on this site a few years back https://slickdeals.net/e/9991160-rtic-softpak-30-cooler-2-for-105?src=SiteSearch

Lost that cooler and great however the zippper always drove me nuts. Very difficult to open and close unless you lubbed it. I think this is a challenge with the design of of the "Flip" style coolers and these waterproof zippers. Anyone know how these compare?
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I am a big fan of saving money and getting a more generic brand rather than paying a premium for yeti. have 2 RTIC (40 and 60) and a Nash Sub Z (23q), all bought on clearance/sale. I can tell you definitely that not all rotomolded coolers are created equally though. I have looked at and tested the Walmart Ozark trail high performance and the Lifetime performance coolers and they are both far inferior quality. The Lifetime feels more like plastic and hollow-ish, more like an imposter pretending to look like a rotomolded rather than actually is one. The Ozark feels lighter and less dense and inferior quality. Cheaper is good but without looking it over don't assume all are the same
what about the performance difference?
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Alternatively there are a few more 40 can size available at Amazon for $62

https://www.amazon.com/Monoprice-Emperor-Flip-Portable-Cooler/dp/B07J1YMWB7/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=monoprice+pure+outdoor+cooler&qid=1588019486&sprefix=monoprice+pure+outdoor&sr=8-2
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How interesting that Monoprice was a company that specialized in making A/V components such as just about any type of cable/wire and are now in the business of making coolers!
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Hdmi?
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I am a big fan of saving money and getting a more generic brand rather than paying a premium for yeti. have 2 RTIC (40 and 60) and a Nash Sub Z (23q), all bought on clearance/sale. I can tell you definitely that not all rotomolded coolers are created equally though. I have looked at and tested the Walmart Ozark trail high performance and the Lifetime performance coolers and they are both far inferior quality. The Lifetime feels more like plastic and hollow-ish, more like an imposter pretending to look like a rotomolded rather than actually is one. The Ozark feels lighter and less dense and inferior quality. Cheaper is good but without looking it over don't assume all are the same
Pure outdoor is neither Walmart or lifetime.
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Pure outdoor is neither Walmart or lifetime.
I know. My point was that everything labeled a "rotomolded cooler" isn't the same quality. It was in reference to the above comment that this product is probably the same as a yeti without the price tag.
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what about the performance difference?
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=yB1g6tvdgZk

I researched and ended up buying a lifetime 28qt instead of a Yeti or other high end cooler. I tend to spend more for better quality, but I think I'd feel dumb if someone stole my Yeti while swimming at the beach, it feels like a target. Or if it broke, Yeti also doesn't have a lifetime warranty. If I were to get an expensive cooler, I'd like to buy it for life. Orca and some other high end coolers have lifetime waranties. I've read quite a few comments about Rtic having poor customer support, like they don't support any warranty for products not purchased directly from them. Would feel like I got punched in the stomach if a zipper broke on an expensive product with no support.
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