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Tom Rowland shows you how to prepare your cooler so that it keeps ice MUCH longer.





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38 thoughts on “Yeti Coolers- How To Keep Your Ice MUCH Longer

  1. joe woodchuck says:

    Yeti costs 10 times that of an ordinary cooler but doesn't offer 10 times the performance.
    Just add sheet foam insulation to your Coleman or Igloo and you'll have very similar cold performance. Some people put foam on the inside which eats up space. I advocate adding insulation to the outside which will accomplish the same thing. Concentrate on the bottom and the lower side areas where the losses are greatest.

  2. James says:

    I used to use Yetis, but switched to RTICs. Every bit as good, if not better. Common sense rules when using these coolers… Most importantly, keep them out of direct sunlight. Minimize the number of times the cooler is opened. Use quality ice packs in addition to loose ice. Mix frozen and cold foods, if possible. Throw an blanket or other insulating layer over to cooler to keep it cooler. My RTIC will keep items cold for seven days if I treat it carefully. The best my Yeti will do is five days. Be smart and use common sense.

  3. G 55 says:

    Having to buy that much Ice is Crazy, And a major waste of space not to mention the weight, and that's only for 10 days, Forget about Yeti Coolers Just buy an ARB, Engel or SnoMaster or a Waeco, and it will do a Better Job for 20 or 30 Years and No more Ice Diving trying to find a Beer, or water logged Food. Coolers are a only useful for transporting things Cool They are not a Solution, And the modern Peltier 12v Coolers from Dometic/Waeco are better than having to deal with soggy Food. and they are cheaper than the Yeti coolers, Yeti Coolers, No Thanks, Never Again,

  4. MOAK says:

    We bought our Yeti when they were the only one on the market, it’s that old.. and keeps our food cold for 5 days out.. pre-cool it, then use a 10lb block of ice, add food, then cover everything with another 10 to 15lbs of cubes… I do drain ours. The cooler is mounted permanently in our trailer and I have the drain plumbed to a spigot mounted outside the trailer.. 5 days later in the desert heat, the block of ice was about the size of a fist…

  5. Ghost Paladin says:

    To cool it down overnight throw in a couple gallons of frozen water (just be sure and pour out a few ounces before you freeze them). Then you can take the water with you and have cold clean water for a day or two.

  6. Responsible Ice says:

    Hi there, we love the video. I know it's been almost 4 years since this video, but have you heard of Responsible Ice? 10 pound Ice packs that use plain water instead of chemicals? Great website over there too!

  7. ShakespeareCafe says:

    The IGLOO IMX 70 is a true 70 qt cooler. Yeti's are always smaller than advertised. Just picked one up at ACE for $179 (200 with tax) It's huge and weighs a lot esp when filled. 7 day ice retention claim. I don't know about you but saving $150 on a cooler buys a LOT OF BEER!

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