Requesting size of a Yeti Cooler

Hey, hear me PrepHole.

I have absolutely NO clue about coolers. But since I'll be visiting the US in spring I thought about picking up a good one. Pic related would be the perfect size. But I don't know which one it is.
I think it might be a 45 Quart one. But the pics on Yeti's homepage seem to show either different model or I'm completely wrong.

So tl;dr: Which size of Yeti cooler is the one in my picture?

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Here's what I mean. This is a pic from the Tundra 45's specific page. It seems to be waaayyy bigger than the one in my OP pic

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    frick yeti buy pelican

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >plastic clips.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Why? My ex got me mine, rip, and I think its great. But theres so many (animal name) coolers on the market that look basically identical, I cant tell whats real, whats branding, and whats chinesium knockoff crap.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        all probably made in same China shop and protective patent shield is expired, even Aldi has out performing clones

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Just a moment:
    Did you really need a 300$ cooler?
    Are you absolutely sure that a 50 bucks' one can't do the work for what You have planned?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Hey, well
      1) I got no fricking clue about coolers. I just heard that modern ones are really fricking awesome at keeping stuff hot or cold even for days.
      2) I don't really NEEEEED a cooler at all. It would just be a very handy addition to my stuff.
      3) I got no fricking clue how large the gap between a $50 and a $300 cooler is. I also don't know how much of Yeti's price tag is due to its brand name
      4) The cooler should be rather small, just like my OP pic related because it needs to fit into my checked baggade for my return flight.

      I just saw this scene of Yellowstone the other day and was like "huh? that's a nice sized cooler" and when I checked the hefty price differences between Yetis (and other brands) in the US and Europe my decision was to buy one in the US.

      I'm completely open for good suggestions. It doesn't have to be a Yeti at all. I will not have to haul it through the woods afoot. I just want a rather small-ish, well insulated cooler for assorted outdoor shenanigans.
      If the quality is right I don't have any brand-based limitations. And if it's cheaper than a yeti but gives me comparable performance then I'd sure go for it in a heartbeat.

      Perhaps it helps other anons to give me some ideas: I won't be far away from a rather large Cabela's and a Walmart Super Center.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Maybe buy an Igloo cooler, anon.
        I don't know much about Yetis; never used one. But I do hear a lot of complaints about Yetis not keeping stuff cold enough. My friend bought me some variant of picrel for my birthday. I used it a couple times and it seems to work great.
        https://www.igloocoolers.com/products/bmx-52-qt-cooler

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >I just saw this scene of Yellowstone the other day
        Stop right there. Its nothing like that. Dont come.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Calm your breasts. I'll be visiting friends in a Midwest state and Ive been there half a dozen times.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Shut the frick up, nu-out. The adults are talking.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >derp
            as usual, you are fricking clueless.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Don't use reddit speak. It gives me an even lower opinion of you.

              I bet the popularity of that show is going to flood people into those states and ruin it. Good times.

              Assuming the COVID tourists didn't already frick that state.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I bet the popularity of that show is going to flood people into those states and ruin it. Good times.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Theyll be there for one season, realize Wyoming and Montana is actually “le boring” and go back to the hive.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Hahahahahaha. This got me good for some reason

          Hey, well
          1) I got no fricking clue about coolers. I just heard that modern ones are really fricking awesome at keeping stuff hot or cold even for days.
          2) I don't really NEEEEED a cooler at all. It would just be a very handy addition to my stuff.
          3) I got no fricking clue how large the gap between a $50 and a $300 cooler is. I also don't know how much of Yeti's price tag is due to its brand name
          4) The cooler should be rather small, just like my OP pic related because it needs to fit into my checked baggade for my return flight.

          I just saw this scene of Yellowstone the other day and was like "huh? that's a nice sized cooler" and when I checked the hefty price differences between Yetis (and other brands) in the US and Europe my decision was to buy one in the US.

          I'm completely open for good suggestions. It doesn't have to be a Yeti at all. I will not have to haul it through the woods afoot. I just want a rather small-ish, well insulated cooler for assorted outdoor shenanigans.
          If the quality is right I don't have any brand-based limitations. And if it's cheaper than a yeti but gives me comparable performance then I'd sure go for it in a heartbeat.

          Perhaps it helps other anons to give me some ideas: I won't be far away from a rather large Cabela's and a Walmart Super Center.

          You really only need a big ass modern cooler like that for storing animal or fish meat or living out for a week+ at a time. That being said you can always get one for fun. Theyre an awesome qol improvement if you camp/out a lot with people. Personally, I “need” mine for living out the back of my truck for weeks on the road or camping. The cost of ice adds up if you have to go and get it every day

          I really need to read threads all the way through before I spam replies

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >3) I got no fricking clue how large the gap between a $50 and a $300 cooler is. I also don't know how much of Yeti's price tag is due to its brand name
        Yeti does work pretty well, but that's not to say that you can't get a similar performing cooler for less $. I have a 65qt yeti tundra and an igloo 70qt. the performance is pretty similar but I paid a lot less for the igloo and got more useable space. biggest thing is to pre-chill your cooler to keep everything colder for longer. this matters a lot less on day trips, but if you're PrepHole for a week straight, it's the difference between keeping your food cold for the entirety of your trip and eating dehydrated stuff on the last few days.
        >4) The cooler should be rather small, just like my OP pic related because it needs to fit into my checked baggade for my return flight.
        another option is to fit your bags into your cooler and check the cooler. if you opt for something sturdy like a yeti/rtic/orca, it'll survive a flight no problem.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Looks to be the Tundra 35. I have two igloo coolers, the IMX 70 and I'm happy when I'm truck camping with other people.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I wish they made a cooler that was over built but just big enough for me to keep a block of butter cold enough in my pack for a week of hunting.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It's called ghee and it does all the things you want butter to do but better

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        That's not what ghee is you Portland-dwelling libBlack person.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    OP
    >asks for small cooler that fits his luggage
    /out/
    >I got this 75 quart teenager casket here that's fricking awesome

    I don't think OP could go any larger than 25 quarts max. And his pic doesn't show a Tundra 35. Rip is a big guy (for you) but not this big look at the stairs. This cooler is much smaller

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    That aint a 45. I have a 45 and its bigger than that. You have to realize a ton of the ‘size’ is just the sidewalls

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I see so many coolers at thrift stores. Worth checking it out, if you can get one for like $10 frick how good it is

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