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    Now I'm debating between the 65 and 45. Leaning towards the 45 for space constraints. Thanks for all the feedback everyone!
    Last edited by MWAG19919; 06-23-20 at 23:37.

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    I've heard great things about the Lifetime coolers from the folks who make the tables. Capacity exceeds numbers listed and they are reasonably priced.

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    They are good to go. I have the 65. Itís big. The55 would have been better for my use.


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    I have 2 RTIC softside and 1 hard side and really like them all. Compare very well to Yeti

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    I like my soft sided RTIC. It keeps things at temperature for a long time. Heck, for most of the times I use it, I just let the cold drinks keep everything else cool, no ice needed

    I do wish there was Velcro to hold the grab handles together. They hand down pretty far when using the shoulder strap. Of course Iím too lazy too add one, so obviously not a big deal.


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    I have an Rtic 20.
    Does it keep ice well?
    Yes it does.

    The problem I have with it.
    For its size, it weighs too much.

    I am probably going to sell it and go the next size up.

    Don't bother with the Yeti icepacks. The Rubbermaid from Walmart work better and are much cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fedupflyer View Post
    I have an Rtic 20.
    Does it keep ice well?
    Yes it does.

    The problem I have with it.
    For its size, it weighs too much.

    I am probably going to sell it and go the next size up.

    Don't bother with the Yeti icepacks. The Rubbermaid from Walmart work better and are much cheaper.
    Yeah the 20s are a waste of size and space. They don’t really starting worth it until 35-40 qt range.
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    I have the 65. As said, it is big. If its full, and you need to get it in the back of the truck, its ALMOST a two dude job. It can be done alone but you probably wont be telling the wife to do it.

    I use mine for 4-10 day camp hunts mainly. Keep all cold food/beer inside, and then deer if there is a harvest.

    Precool if at all possible, it will make a big difference in how long your ice will last, cutting it down by a few days if you don't. I fill it with as much ice as possible 12-24hrs before I'm set to leave.

    Around town, boating, bbq, etc, and its a little big, I much prefer a 45 for those scenarios.

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    I have two Grizzly coolers and really like them. Every year they have a sale on July 4th and I buy another one need it or not. Iíd rather pack a few that I can handle carrying myself than a monster I canít. All keep ice very well. I use blocks for refrigerator stuff and bag ice for drinks.


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