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YETI Tundra 75 Cooler

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    5 Reviews

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    The bigger the better.

    The Tundra 75 Cooler isn't even the biggest cooler that Yeti makes, but you'll be hard-pressed to find a situation in which 75L of beer-chilling, meat-cooling, ice-saving capacity isn't enough. Yeti's PermaFrost insulation keeps things cold longer than seems possible, while the rugged Rotomold construction, folding carry handles, and Bearfoot non-slip feet mean your cooler won't break, be impossible to pick up, or slip and slide around your truck bed or boat deck. The No-Sweat design keeps condensation to a minimum, and the Vortex drain means you won't have to carry around 20 pounds of sloshing water when you're heading home after a day on the lake or at the cabin.


    • Rotomold construction
    • PermaFrost insulation
    • No-Sweat design
    • Bearfoot non-slip feet
    • Interlock no-fall lid
    • Folding carry handles
    • Vortex drain
    • Item #YET0005

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [shell] polyethylene, [insulation] PermaFrost, [handles] nylon
    Volume
    4577 cu in
    Closure
    InterLock
    Dimensions
    33.25 x 17.5 x 16 in
    Recommended Use
    camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    5 years

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    What do you think about this product?

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    Amazing

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Honestly, I was hyper skeptical when pulling the trigger on this. The Yeti fanboys and girls in the office convinced me that it would be worth it, but I was having a hard time imagining how a cooler could cost this much. Well, it arrived yesterday and I've gotta say, this thing is worth every penny. Robust construction and they nailed all the details, including the non-skid lid that is strong enough to stand on. Cannot wait to fill this thing with ice and some fresh wild game meat!

    Great Cooler!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    If you are deciding between the 75 and the 65, take the extra room! The walls on this thing are massive so the inside is smaller than you think for the size. It's a bit of a handful to move when fully loaded, but you definitely appreciate the extra 2 cases of beer when camping. Bomber construction from Yeti. This thing keeps ice cold for days!

    6 stars....7 stars.... 8 stars...

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This review only applies to the 'hard' coolers as I am not familiar with the Hopper or Tank. There is nothing worse than having warm beer...i mean spoiled food... when you've driven 12 hours of highway, 3 hours of logging roads, and are 100 miles from the nearest store. Well, that's what happened to half our group last year. Do u know why? Because they didn't have a Yeti

    There's no point in mincing words; these coolers are designed to keep ice for a long, long, long time. The longest I have used this cooler was 8 days. Filled it up with ice/food/drinks etc, at the end of day 8 everything was perfectly cold just like day 1. U have to take the necessary steps to get there (just like you would any cooler) - more on that below. The Rotomold construction on these things makes these coolers bombproof. We have used them fishing, camping, hunting, bbq at home, and anything and everything inbetween. If you are uncertain about the durability, check out their website videos of the grizzly and the 500lb man. We have put coldcuts, water, beer, whiskey, raw meat, fish, butchered game in these coolers and have never had any problems. We have filet fish on top, stood on top of it to fish, thrown it in and out of trucks, cleaned birds on it, and skinned game on it. Its just as effective as a table, chair, filet station as it is a cooler.

    Sizing: we have the 75 and the 45. The 75 will do, and has done, a week for 6 guys, depending on what you pack). I'm talking half the cooler was meat, the other beers and water(gets replenished as you drink). The 45 is perfect for 'around the house' or for a boat. Used a 45 for 3 days in 90 degree heat, it was baking outside, and it kept water and coldcuts in good shape.

    There are some steps you need to take to get the maximum cold retention out of ANY cooler, and this will specifically help with the Yeti line. Of utmost importance, dont leave your cooler in the sun at 100 degrees and expect it to be cold when u open it. Start with a cold cooler. Get it out of the sun. Put in in the garage, basement, behind the house...wherever the sun wont hit it. And put a few bags of ice in it to cool it down before you take it on the road. Better yet, use block ice, it melts slower. Bringing to my next point: use block ice if possible. Keep your cooler closed. Every time you open it, make sure it is securely tightened so ambient air doesn't sneak in. Keep the melted water in the cooler!! most people dumb it out. that space gets filled by air, which guess what, melts the ice. Leave the water in, put all your drinks on the bottom, put your food on top, and you will be good. This is a lengthy review and sounds like a sales pitch but i hope it helps someone in the future. These coolers are top notch. Yes they are expensive. Yes the competitors are on the same price point. But you will have a Yeti for the next 15 years. Or you can buy one coleman a year for the next 15 years....

    Ice on day 6?

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    SO AWESOME!! Kept our food cold for 6 days on the Green River in the middle of July!
    We packed our cooler with 2 blocks of ice and one bag of ice cubes and the whole cooler stayed fresh with ice blocks still in tact on the morning of the 6th day on the river! The cooler kept all of our fresh produce, and more importantly beers and other adult beverages, cold for the entire time. We would get into the cooler during the trip, but hesitated upon adding any more beers for fear the warm beers would melt the ice. Still nice to have ice and non spoiled food at the end of our trip!
    I would recommend this cooler for any extended camping trip you are planning on taking!

    Ice on day 6?

    get one

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have the 20, 45, 65 and 120 Yeti coolers. They are all amazing.



    Super thick insulation all over, including the lid, which is important. The lid is strong enough to stand on, and is textured for doing so. (They do that so you can stand on it and sight fish off a boat)



    Freezer style and high quality seal. Theyre replaceable, but Ive never had one go out. The rope handles can be easily and cheaply replaced, and they do wear out from time to time.



    They have holes in the corners to lock them with a Masterlock. Ok, thats important! If you ever leave these coolers in the bed of your truck, they will be stolen. Ive had one stolen. So, use the holes and lock them to your tie downs with something stout. Also, prevents people at tailgates from stealing your booze once youre in the game.



    Theyre totally worth it. And, they have a great warranty. To tell you how I got hooked on them, and to tell you how durable they are:



    I was in a truck in BFE with a few buddies. Tons of stuff in the bed for a camping trip, including an Igloo and a Yeti... We came around a corner, elk in the road. Driver swerves, off the road we go. Truck rolls. Thank gosh, all had on seatbelts. We get out. Lick our wounds. Gear is everywhere. The Igloo is in pieces... The Yeti never even OPENED, much less got destroyed. Been a fan ever since.



    Now, helpful hint... In the summer, to make ice last the longest possible - prep your cooler before filling. Use dry ice and cool the inside down. Then, fill the cooler and ice the contents down. It will add a day or two to the ice. Also, remember, the more full a cooler is, the easier it is to keep cool. So, pack it to the top with food, ice, beer, whatever. But, the fuller the better.

    Got the 75 when I bought my drift boat. Loved it until a friend put a fresh-caught fish in it and didn't tell me for several days after the trip. Has anyone found a way to get the stench out? Tried coffee grounds, lemon, vanilla, baking soda, etc. Yeti customer service didn't have any other remedies. It's been airing for several months in the weather. Still stinks!

    Doug,



    I sent you an email with a few possible solutions. A baking soda rub and then trying cleaning with vinegar.



    Feel free to respond and we can keep troubleshooting for you.



    Shoot me an email anytime you have questions!



    Jared D.

    Expert Gearhead

    801.736.4336

    jdowns@backcountry.com