Yeti V Series Cooler

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  1. Bowhunting.com Staff

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    All I have to say is 800$ for a fricken cooler
     
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    I have 6 coolers are in useable condition no need to replace them. I am 53 I do not think I have spent $800 on ice in my lifetime.
     
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    For $800 it should make it's own ice.
     
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    It probably does come with a real nice sticker to put on the back window of the pick up.
     
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    Which adds 15 horsepower... And it's still not worth it
     
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    Looks cool. I think it be great in like deck mounted BBQ set up, where they build a bar around it.
     
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    If someone has the money to invest in an outdoor kitchen and patio I’d imagine they would want more of a fridge or freezer setup more day than a cooler... I build paver patios and outdoor kitchen kits... I love my yeti rambler but this is over the top in my opinion
     
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    No a cooler for ice, the fridge is separate. This looks perfect.
     
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    I have a few pelican coolers.

    pelican is a company that is a lot more supportive of the shooting sports than Yeti is and they’re cheaper and better built I might add. I was never a fan of the yeti cooler design.

    I honestly enjoy my pelican coolers. They’re extremely durable and they hold ice all week long on the camping trips! I’ve got a 30 quart and a 70 quart! I was thinking of picking up the big 150 or 250 quart model!

    My brother has a couple yeti coolers though and they’re just as good. I just personally prefer the pelican!




    For a good laugh!
     
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    It looks cool as hell but that’s exactly the point.

    This cooler is a status symbol cooler to attract the truck sluts and mud crickets.


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    If you enjoy a cooler rather than it's contents you have an issue, my goal is to have the beer gone before the ice melts and the bait is gone.
     
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    Personally I’m a Coleman fan. Got an old and new and they work just as good as a Yeti.


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    Now I really want one... add to my collection. That size will look good with coues deer or lope to get bloody.
     
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    That’s a lot of lute for a cooler, if money doesn’t matter buy em up!
     

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