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    Given what GBK has said about Costco’s price on the Lifetime brand coolers, if I was looking to save some cash I would try that cooler out. Heck with Costco’s return policy, you could buy it and test it out in your back yard in the hot weather and see if it fits your needs.

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    I love my yeti[emoji1303]


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    Quote Originally Posted by gbk View Post
    COOLER ALERT

    Costco has LIFETIME brand roto molded coolers in Guelph.
    75 can (65 quarts )capacity.
    5 year warranty/ 8 day ice retention claim.

    Has all the bells and whistles "any"rotomolded cooler has.

    Even my wife(who does not care much for these things) was impressed.

    199.99 $.
    As far i can see in this thread-that is a pretty darn good deal.
    If i would need one-i would be already owning one today!

    With 2 full size available Coleman/Igloo coolers,hard to justify.

    Plus-Costco has the "best"return policy...........if one is unhappy with the product-voila.

    UPDATE-after sub search it turns out ,these are Blow molded ,not roto molded.
    Yet-Web search claims, they meet roto molded cooler performance.
    held ice for 10 days best money spent

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    Ata ... don't buy until you see my " Cooler - Freezer " " Wooden box with 4.5 in isolation"....

    Quote Originally Posted by Ata83 View Post
    friend of mine brought his for fishing last year. I could not believe how cold it kept things.

    but I never got one cause of the price, could never justify it, cost of going back home to get more ice was lower lol

    so reading comments here got me interested again, what are some of the other roto moulded cooler out there ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfoldivandor View Post
    Ata ... don't buy until you see my " Cooler - Freezer " " Wooden box with 4.5 in isolation"....
    "This is about unenforceable registration of weapons that violates the rights of people to own firearms."—Premier Ralph Klein (Alberta)Calgary Herald, 1998 October 9 (November 1, 1942 – March 29, 2013) OFAH Member

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    Last edited by alfoldivandor; July 9th, 2022 at 06:24 AM.

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    Looks good.
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    this is a great idea. I would go one step further by caulking around the styrofoam to make it water tight. As someone else said, pre-chill before the trip by filling it with ice first.

    One last tip, during the summer, drape a wet towel over any cooler to help it stay chilled. The natural energy used in the evaporation process will keep it cooler.
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    People not take it seriously
    I guess because it is not a brand name,
    and it is not expensive to build ...
    It serves me well for years ...


    The smaller one I line it out with a contractor grade bag ,
    put in a 10 kg ice , use as a day cooler .



    The big one fill with 60-100 kg ice , salt it with 4 kg .

    and the 2 Bear are coming home frozen from 2 weeks Spring Bear hunt ...

    I just keep in the shade , and inside I use an isolation blanket .

    to keep the ice and the meat covered .

    On the way home the temperature inside is lower than - 5C

    I posted before but the people wasn't interested ,



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    Nope I was interested, but they do look heavy. I might take existing coolers I have an put some spray foam in them.

    The temps your saying are very impressive.

    I wonder maybe if you used 1/4 inch plywood and and the frame with 1X1/2 strapping, looks like you used 1x3 and 3/8 inch for the plywood..
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