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    Quote Originally Posted by Utah KJ View Post
    Stolen stuff is always cheaper.
    Not always the case...they said Brady's stolen Super Bowl jersey was worth $500,000...and cost was maybe $125...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigunit View Post
    Not always the case...they said Brady's stolen Super Bowl jersey was worth $500,000...and cost was maybe $125...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fireman78 View Post
    Recently picked up an RTIC 45. I put ice in when I got to Moab on Sunday. Still had ice on Thursday. Best cooler I have ever owned by far. Well worth the price. Same size Yeti was 369. I paid 169. They are exact copies.


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    RTIC is running a 30% off sale on most items right now. I got a 40 soft pack for 100.


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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Dude View Post
    Anyone has experience with these?

    http://www.rticcoolers.com/compare-r...65-cooler.html

    I think the price alone is worth a try.
    I have the old style 45 and love it. I would take a RTIC over any other brand any day. We recently went on a 3 day trip, I put 2 10lb bags of ice in my 45 and by the end of the trip I had to only drain it once and it was barely pissing out any water. RTIC coolers definitely "hold the cold". I am really impressed by their coolers.... That being said, there are only so many ways to make a molded cooler. I think between all the companies selling them it comes down to brand. You will always have the folks that will never sway away from Yeti.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ttengineer View Post
    RTIC is running a 30% off sale on most items right now. I got a 40 soft pack for 100.
    Great sale, but looks like most of them are sold out now.
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    My RTIC 65 qt cooler lasted 9 days with ice starting with room-temp beer & groceries at departure, and one 20# bag of ice... in Death Valley in mid-90F temps. I hope this can be an informative data point for people looking for a cooler.

    YETI is made in China & the Phillipines, BTW.

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    got the call to go camping so did a quick load of the new cooler had a 10lb brick of ice and one small blue ice block ? mine is the 65
    so threw in half of the cooler using the divider room temp snacks bags of chips and such and the other half our fridge stuff a milk meat cheese etc..

    4 days in Payson area was about 90 high in day about 50 at night
    came back weight the ice that was left and it was 4 lbs
    we opened the thing about 10+ times a day 3 meals open to get and then abut 15 minutes later to put away stuff and the others were get snacks

    have to say pretty impressed with the performance of it

    the food of course was cold but not like our arb fridge cold but for what we hope to use it for 4 days unplugged kinda trips think its going to do nicely
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    Siesta Key + black car + hotel ice, I'm happy it kept ice for 2-3 days

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