Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 15
Rated 2 out of 5 by RiverTitan Save Your Money
I've had this Yeti picnic-sized cooler for about a year, and candidly it does no better than a $50.00 Igloo with regard to ice retention and food preservation. Yeti makes a lot of claims re: their high-priced coolers, none of which have held up to South TX summers. Invariably (shade, sun, blanket on top, etc.) this thing fails to hold ice for even 30 hours. Last I checked, this was the measure of a quality cooler. The handle is an ergonomic and functional failure which impedes the use of the cooler lid, and this little thing weighs as much as a cedar stump. It does however, come with a couple of really cool Yeti stickers for your truck. That way, everybody knows what a rube you are for paying $200 for a very average product. Thanks Yeti!
October 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Eufaula Best purchase
The Yetti is durable, holds items cold for long periods of time, and will not open if tipped over.
October 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by jdogg77 Roadie 20
Great product and you can't beat the quality of yeti coolers with their durability and cooling efficiency. A little pricey and heavy but well worth it. Fits exactly 36 cold ones fyi. If you're looking for a quality, long-lasting cooler this is it.
June 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
by BKingVT33 MUST READ FOR YETI PURCHASERS. CHECK DRAIN PORT!!
Like many of you I have more than one Yeti and love them all. However, my most recent purchase, a Roadie, had a manufacturer's defect which could have been disastrous. The vortex drain port was improperly drilled so the cooler leaked...all over the back of my SUV. Photos of drain attached. Photo one is of a properly cavitated drain port. Photo two is a photo of the improperly cavitated drain port. The improper port is even with the external wall of the cooler. The gasket should fit completely, and evenly into the drain port. So, check your drain port before you leave the store.
June 18, 2013