YETI Tundra Haul Portable Wheeled Cooler
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|Material||Foam, Aluminum, Polyurethane|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||28.25 x 18.62 x 19.5 inches|
|Insulation Material||Polyurethane Foam|
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- The Haul is the first-ever YETI cooler on wheels. Perfect for taking the Tundra's legendary toughness and unmatched insulation power the extra mile
- NeverFlat Wheels – A solid, single-piece tire construction that is impact- and puncture-resistant
- StrongArm Handle – A durable welded aluminum arm with comfortable grips. The curved design tracks left or right for heel-friendly towing
- Rotomolded Construction - Makes it armored to the core and virtually indestructible
- Permafrost Insulation - Pressure-injected commercial-grade polyurethane foam in the walls and lid makes sure your ice stays ice. Note: Tundra Haul is not compatible with the dry goods basket
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YETI TUNDRA HAUL
YETI Nation spoke and YETI listened. Their first-ever YETI cooler on wheels is the answer to taking Tundra's legendary toughness and unmatched insulation power the extra mile. And nothing was sacrificed in the making of this cold-holding powerhouse, ensuring the Haul lives up to the Tundra name. The Tundra Haul is now the toughest cooler on two wheels.
First things first - our nearly-indestructible NeverFlat Wheels and T-Bar StrongArm Handle join forces to offer the most durable, reliable, and comfortable towing design. And just like its predecessors, this Tundra is built with Rotomolded Construction and PermaFrost Insulation, so you can trust your contents will stay frosty, even in triple-digit temps.NEVERFLAT WHEELS - Solid, single-piece tire construction is impact- and puncture-resistant.STRONGARM HANDLE - Durable welded aluminum arm with comfortable grips. Curved design tracks left or right for heel-friendly towing.
ROTOMOLDED CONSTRUCTION - Makes it armored to the core and virtually indestructible.
Note: Tundra Haul is not compatible with the dry goods basket.
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So if you want the same Yeti performance that’s easy to transport...no brainer...get it. To me it’s the only Yeti worth the money. Yeti will evolve this as they gain in popularity. So the folks that want cutting boards, dry storage, WiFi and world peace with their Yeti...just wait...Yeti will make it...
This is my 5th hard cooler (25, 35, 65, and a 105). Also own plenty of jugs and cups.
I didn't get this cooler on Amazon. I got it from a local Recreational Equipment company that was having an Anniversary sale so I saved a good chunk of money. Still, I buy a lot of things on Amazon and read the Amazon reviews so wanted to contribute my findings regarding a dry storage bin.
I'd read online that Cabela's 80/100qt. Dry rack works, but after trying some spare storage bins around the house (and at Walstore) I found some .97¢ 6 qt. Sterilite Dry bins and an 8qt. Sterlite dishpan (maybe $6 or $7, don't remember) which fit perfectly. However, the cooler doesn't close properly if you try to use the lids on the 6qt bins. FYI. The Sterilite bins say they are 14" long but I measured them and they are only 13.5". Perfect fit. The 8qt doesn't slide around when the lid is closed and is a bit snugger fit. I like that it takes up about half of the cooler opening - goes right up to the divider slot. If I make a cutting board slider it will be a nice way to organize. Also, the 8qt seems like it will be a good mold for a block of ice covering the bottom of the cooler. Dual purposes!
I've attached photos of the bins and their lookup info. Stay cool and stay happy humans.
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A few quick notes:
1) Once full you'll probably want to use two people to lift.
2) pre-chill your cooler people by sacrificing a bag of ice or two the day before you pack it up.
3) For the person who reviewed and complained about the wheels and it making "too much noise" in a hotel lobby. I'm an idiot for even considering your review. The wheels are perfect for the outdoors and if you want a cooler for camping BUY THIS!
PS lastly my camping trip was in August with my family and my parents joined along. They are VERY frugal/cheap and just shook their heads at me when I brought the coolers for our trip and told them how much I paid. By the end of the trip they both agreed it was money well spent
Is it worth the price? The answer is a solid “maybe” depending on your use case.
Who would find this cooler useful?
Anyone going camping for more than 3 days who doesn’t need to store a lot of food, or is just storing smaller food like hotdogs and steaks.
I took this Yeti AND cooler my 24 year old $60 Coleman cooler camping for 4 days. Below is a comparison of their performance:
The Yeti definitely keeps the ice longer. My estimate is twice as long as my old Coleman. After 4 days where each cooler had the same amount of ice, the Yeti still had half its ice, where the Coleman (no clasp to hold it closed) had melted entirely by day three.
Size wise, I’m not super impressed by the interior capacity of the Yeti because the walls are so thick so it is a trade off.
The Yeti can hold enough food for 4 days for two people. You definitely need to have another cooler for drinks, which is what I used the Coleman for. The Yeti was just food and two bags of ice. The wheels take up some of the interior room of the Yeti. (See photo)
For the rooftop party that I took the Yeti to, it was great for keeping drinks, but I wish I had brought my Coleman, because people complained that the constant slamming of the Yeti was annoying. And it was very loud! Everyone jumps if you just let the lid drop close. It’s heavy plastic against plastic slamming together no gasket to break the fall. The Coleman doesn’t slam shut because the lid isn’t heavy, and for 1 to 3 days keeps drinks just as cold, even though it melted by day 3.
Do I like the Yeti? Yes, the food stayed on top of the remaining ice instead of ending up floating in melt-water. And for that, it’s great. It also made a great solid chair. But I’ve sat on my Coleman’s flimsy lid for years without it warping and I’m 225lbs.
One design flaw, is the poor choice of feet, which have huge screw holes about 3/4” in diameter, which fill up with mud and have to be dug out. Presumably this is so you can replace them easily. But with no end caps over them, mud gets stuck in them and then all over the back of the car and floor if you don’t notice these mud collectors first and dig them out. (See attached photo)
Is it worth the price? It depends...
If you are going camping for more than 3 days and need to keep ice that long, it does that easily. But it doesn’t have the capacity for enough food to warrant keeping ice for more than say 5 days, unless your food is small.
So who needs this cooler?
People going on long 4+ day trips who want to buy two of these coolers, in order to ensure they have enough space for food and drinks and enough ice left until the end of the trip. Or if you want to take along a secondary cheap cooler for drinks and transfer some of the ice from the Yeti when it melts.
If you just do 1 to 4 day trips, save your money and buy two large cheap coolers for much less money, and just add more ice.
Honestly, thus cooler is a luxury item for people with money to burn. Because you will need 2 coolers for a long trip anyway.