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Engel Coolers High Performance ENG35 Roto-Molded Cooler
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- Holds ice for up to 10 days
- Best in class ice retention and overall performance with 2 inches of polyurethane insulation all round
- IGBC certified bear resistant container - molded on rear lid of cooler
- Durable seamless rotationally-molded construction - same as a whitewater kayaks
- Silicone airtight gaskets, marine grade compression latches and UV-Resistant Contruction
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Engel's tough, insulated Eng35 Cooler keeps your food and drinks iced for up to ten days on paddling, fishing, and camping trips. Its roto-molded SingleForm HardShell construction is ideal for traveling rugged terrain and rough water, and it meets IBSC's certification to keep bears out when camped in bear country. Two-inch insulation works with the airtight ArcticVault Gasket to retain ice for around ten days. The Eng35 Cooler also features a grippy TruHold Lid that doubles as a casting deck while fly fishing, and the Unity Latch System uses stainless steel materials for a secure closure. The DuoLock Security Holes add extra locking security when wild animals are nearby. The Anvil Hinge keeps the TruHold Lid upright when opened, and tie-down Points secure this cooler to boats, ATVs, and more. At the bottom, Engel finished this cooler with a one-twist Flick Drain Plug and grippy, non-marking Cornerstone Feet.
Color: Haze Gray
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- First off, I would say that the Yeti and Engel are on a level playing field in terms of being durable, well-built and ability to withstand years of abuse. At this time, I can't give either an advantage in any of these aspects.
- The Engel is slightly lower-priced, free shipping and no sales tax really sweetened the deal. I purchased the cooler on Friday and it was delivered to my door the following Wednesday.
- The textured surface of the lid will be nice when standing on it in the boat looking for fish in the shallows.
- The non-marking feet will be nice for keeping the cooler in place when riding in the boat (especially in a chop).
- I was never able to verify if the Yeti maintained the same thickness of insulation on the bottom of the cooler, but I read several reviews that stated it didn't. This may be why the Yeti didn't perform as well with the ice retention. Everything that I found on the Engel showed that it kept the 2" of insulation throughout the bottom as well. This was an important point for me as my coolers are often left sitting on warm surfaces.
Overall, I would definitely recommend an Engel cooler to someone looking for a premium cooler that will hold ice, withstand abuse and are ok with spending a significant chunk of money on a cooler that will likely last their lifetime. I was torn between the Yeti and Engel because I had accepted the fact that I was going to spend a lot of money on a cooler. I was okay with spending slightly more on a Yeti if I thought that I would get a better product. Having now purchased the Engel, I'm very glad that I did and feel that it is every bit as good as a Yeti (and likely superior in ice retention). Feel free to check out the pics that I uploaded here. In the coming weeks, I'll likely bite the bullet and buy a larger Engel cooler to replace my worn-out larger coolers as well.