Twisted Root Cryo Coolers

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Twisted Root Cryo Coolers
Price: $169.99 - 279.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Friday, Sep 22 to Monday, Sep 25) + transit
Condition: New

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8/25/2017 - $169.99 - 279.9
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9/1/2017 - $199.99 (Woot Plus)
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Came to woot looking for a deal this morning and they want me to spend $279 for a fricken cooler. Say what?

You have to understand the actual cool thing about this cooler. If you camp a lot, like for a week at a time, this should be able to keep steaks fresh for a number of days. Ice doesn’t melt for 5 days at least. The direct competition for this is Yeti which is available at Cabella’s and other hunting or camping stores. And this is a good deal based on that. I will be getting one.

edited to correct grammar.

If you missed out on the 45 qts here then check out Driftsun on the mothership:

https://www.amazon.com/Driftsun-Cooler-Performance-Commercial-Insulation/dp/B073R24SSN/ref=sr_1_3_sspa?s=outdoor-recreation&ie=UTF8&qid=1506006527&sr=1-3-spons&keywords=rtic+cooler&psc=1

Also heard good things about RTIC through my current favorite youtube channel:

https://youtu.be/pikOBWn9utY

Great for transporting replacement human organs…
Just add the cost to my outragious medical billing!

RTIC products are great. I have a 20qt and 45qt roto-molded cooler. They’ll keep ice for days. I also have a 30oz RTIC tumbler that works every bit as well as my coworker’s Yeti tumbler.

I still keep my 50qt cheap-o Coleman around and also a small Coleman Playmate to keep some drinks cold for an afternoon. They’re fine for what most people need a cooler to do. If I want stuff cold for days, the RTICs do the job much better than the Coleman. With the Coleman I have mostly water by the morning of the second day, and just semi-cool water by the next morning. With the RTICs, I’m dumping ice out at the end of a 3-day trip.