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What's the Best Cooler For Any Budget This Summer?

Posted On: May 11, 2018   |   Posted By: Gadget Review

What's the Best Cooler For Any Budget This Summer?

People planning serious adventures or frequent outdoor gatherings don't want a cheap, tiny cooler. They want the best cooler available, with enough space for food, beer or fish - and insulation that will actually keep things frosty without vanishing into a puddle at the end of the day. That's why we've picked out the best, most advanced coolers of the year: for people like you.
The top prize goes to the Pelican Elite Cooler 70 Quart. This isn't your everyday, sling-it-in-the-backseat cooler, this model is a tough, professional storage space with amazing ice retention that can prevent thawing for more than a week, with features specifically designed for hunting and fishing. But let's take a look at our other top picks to see what they bring to the table!
The Best Coolers of 2018 Compared
Pelican Elite Cooler 70 Quart Yeti Tundra Cooler 45 Quart Igloo Marine Ultra 36 Can
Rank 1 - Editor's Choice/Best Cooler for the Money 2 - Best Affordable Cooler 3 - Best Soft Sided Cooler
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