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    HD Coolers

    Anyone ever had one or dealt with True Blue Coolers?? Was looking at getting a yeti and these are considerably cheaper. I noticed hte latches are more exposed, but the price is right.

    Any experience?

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    or these Canyon Coolers?

    about half the price of a yeti...

    Canyon Coolers
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    Have you heard anything about either or read any reviews? Of the two you posted, i think the trueblue look to be a better buy. The quality just looks better and how the hinges and latches are seem to be a tighter fit. Yeti's are badass though i dont think you would ever be disappointed but they are mighty $$$.

    The stainless coleman coolers are nice too, but seem to get dinged up. I've left one in my boat for 4 or 5 days probably being in the sun, and although the ice had melted when we opened it back up the beer was still very cold.

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    This one comes out to about $170 after shipping and it looks to be very quality. All of the roto molded coolers are light years better than the metal colemans.

    http://canyoncoolers.com/index.php?m...products_id=30
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    http://www.facebook.com/truebluecoolers?sk=info

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Canyo...3660908?ref=ts

    I still like the true blue for some reason. But looking at canyons fbook page with more pics, they dont seem that bad either. There smaller ones would make a nice lunchbox/small commuter cooler.

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    I cant tell what kind of hinge they have on the true blues, and I dont like the latches as much. Also they are more expensive and closer to the price of a yeti.

    I cant see the facebook links here at work.
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    60 quart ProGrade Canyon Cooler Shipped $186
    55 quart Denali True Blue Shipped $208
    35 quart Tundra from yeti $274
    45 quart Tundra from Yeti $319
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    or what about this?

    http://www.irpoutdoors.com/html/allcoolers.html

    56 quart for 279 shipped

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    Not too sure about most of the coolers you posted. However, the TrueBlue coolers come highly recommended as do the Yettis. They may be a bit more expensive than what you are used to paying for a cooler, but they will be the last coolers you will ever have to buy, ever. I had a chance to check out the Yetti coolers at the Sportsman's Warehouse and they look to be refrigerator grade units, minus the compressor et al. I'm sure you can toss one of these off of your roof without hurting it too... in fact Hulk, smash!!!

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