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23 thoughts on “What's inside a $400 vs $50 Cooler?

  1. Luis Lopez says:

    Depends on what you are keeping frozen. Beer and soda I’ll buy a cheap cooler. If you are hunting or transporting something extremely important and has a value greater then the cooler yes I’d pick the yeti

  2. Salvage Monster says:

    Really? You didn’t know there was insulation on the inside of the cooler? Those ain’t holes in the insulation. It is air bubbles from the injected foam. I feel like millennials have dumb down our country

  3. AustinBoWdOwN says:

    it's the same thing with all these name brands… anybody that's over the age of 25 should know that by now lol and mostly it's people wanting to be cool, be accepted or show off their material things… I'm good with the $50 cooler but if I was a multi-millionaire then I probably would buy the Yeti just because I can lol so… guess it all depends.

  4. John Cochran says:

    Couldn't justify spending 💰💰💰💰💰 for a yeti cooler. I purchased the cater gator 45q for a 155 dollars (tax and shipping). It lives in Florida in the bed of my truck . 20lbs of ice is lasting a week. No bears have gotten into it either 😅.

  5. Susan Jeffay says:

    Great video. Wish I'd seen this before I bought the Pelican, which was rated close to the Yeti, but cheaper. I am not impressed with these new, heavy coolers that have less storage space but take up more room!. Adding spray foam and a silver cover to my old coolers works just as well in the Arizona heat.

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