Item Reviews for: Yeti 105 Quart Tundra Cooler  -  YETYT105S

A little heavier than I thought, but it is great.
By: James from Houston      Submitted: 12/11/2013

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Quality How is the quality? Does it have every feature you need? The cooler is very sturdy. One of the guys fishing with us is over 300 pds and it held his weight while he fished standing on it. Features What do you like or dislike about the features? Sturdy construction Cost Do you think this item is a good value? Is a little expensive, but best usually is. Flyway Which flyway do you hunt in? Ducks Overall Please give your general opinion of this product. Great for keeping things cold.
Does what it claims!
By: Doug      Submitted: 8/7/2013

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Quality How is the quality? Does it have every feature you need? After limited time of use, I think the quality is excellent. Ask me again in five years. Features What do you like or dislike about the features? It's heavy! But it wouldn't do what it does so well if it wasn't substantial. I like to height and inside depth of the 105. Makes a perfect place to sit. The inside is deeper than most, so you can put a good layer of ice on the bottom and chilled stuff on top, plus still leave room to add ice at the top if necessary. Cost Do you think this item is a good value? Given the rugged construction thick insulation it should not only last but perform for a long time. Still a bit pricey, but in the long haul I think it'll be very good value. Yeti also seems to be a excellent company, proud of their products. Fewer trips to the ice store, less wasted food, longevity and durability all will add to the value over time. Flyway Which flyway do you hunt in? N/A Overall Please give your general opinion of this product. If you follow the recommendations on pre-cooling you will get outstanding results. Yes any cooler pre-cooled will do better than not, but the Yeti has much better and thicker insulation, plus the freezer door style seal. I brought back some frozen salmon from Alaska (filets), didn't have enough to fill the 105 so put some rain gear on top of the fish to fill some of the air space and create a semi layer of insulation. No ice, Yeti pre-cooled. After 24hrs+ the fish was frozen hard as a rock when I got home in Arizona. My Igloo would not have done the same without dry ice at least. One thing to keep in mind if shipping on an airline as excess baggage you are limited to 100lbs max. With the 105 I could've put in 67#. We didn't do that well fishing but I still ended up with 27# of nice salmon filets. My Igloo will be sold (cheap) at the next opportunity.
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