The construction of the Yeti Tundra 125 Cooler is carried to the extreme, because there are elite groups of outdoorsmen and adventurers who seek extremes. Desert sun has scorched these coolers. Blizzards have frozen them. Bears have gnawed on them. They have tumbled off trucks and cliffs. All the while, Tundra coolers have kept their cool. This is one ice chest that puts no conditions on reliability under the harshest conditions. There's no better choice to keep food and drinks cold in a campsite, job site, pickup bed, or over your favorite fishing hole. One piece roto-molded UV polyethylene construction is extremely durable and a full length, self-stopping hinge can't hyper extend and break. You'll never buy another cooler after the Yeti Tundra 125! Replaceable nylon rope and textured grip handles make carrying easier. Padlock holes are molded into the cooler body and lid for added security. Dry goods rack included.
|Capacity - Storage:||30.3 Gal|
|Length:||40 in / 101.6 cm|
|Width:||19.5 in / 49.53 cm|
|Height:||20 in / 50.8 cm|
|Weight:||48 lb / 21.77 kg|
|Volume:||121.2 qt / 114.7 L|
|Int. Dim.:||32.325 x 12.5 x 14.250|
|White - 125||YT125W|
This product is everything it claims it is. I took the cooler to Cape Lookout National Seashore packed with food for 13 men for 8 days. I intended to purchase dry ice, but it was all sold out and I only two blocks of ice under the food. When I arrived home 8 days later most of the ice remained. With my other coolers, the food spent the week floating in water from the melted ice. Great product.
We have used this cooler several times now. My hubby who I bought it for loves it I on the other hand hate it. On top of the fact even on cool down as it says in the book with ice to chill the cooler prior to putting ice and drinks in it the ice doesn't last as long as it should. The cooler is heavy by its self so you really have to pay the high price for the dolly when it is loaded down. The lid is extremely heavy making it hard for smaller people not to slam it. It takes up much more room than my igloo that is the size in length but narrower than this and the igloo holds a lot more in it and the ice lasts a lot longer too for way less money. If my hubby wouldn't have asked for this cooler I would not have bought it and I will not buy another I will deny him another since my igloo is a way better bargain hold more and the stuff inside stays cooler for longer for this and the bulky design and the heaviness of the cooler I give this cooler a lower rating.
The Yetti cooler is awesome. We have loaded it down for many summer camping trips. We pack about ten days worth of meals in there and head out. With the cooler left in shade when we can, opening it for our meals and even using it to freeze fresh items when we stay longer. Here is a neat trick, being that the yeti is rated for dry ice, you put dry ice in a insulated shopping bag or two (how big is your Yetti) every thing under the bag stays frozen. What is on top is refrigerated or thawed. Picked up more provisions for a longer trip. Place a block of dry ice on top of a paper sack and put the items underneath. Come back later and they are frozen. Just so you know we camp from the West coast to the central plains. As far north as Oregon and as far South as White Sands NM.
Yeti Tundra 125 -- i think you have the conversion wrong on your site--- you state volume is 86qts -- the cooler is a lot bigger than that is more like 110 qts = 102 Liters ..The yeti website says 86 Beers at a 2:1 ratio ice. Dam Americans we can be confusing :)
Thanks you for the feedback. Capacity has been updated for the Tundra's on our site.