Yeti might be the most recognizable brand when it comes to coolers. But what if you want an insulated, soft-sided cooler that didn’t recently antagonize NRA members? Or one that doesn’t cost hundreds and hundreds of dollars? That’s what this deal on a Homitt 20-can cooler offers.
This cooler features high-quality, leak-proof, 3-layer insulation, with high-density foam between layers to keep your food and beverages cold and fresh. And today only it is $270 off its typical price.
Homitt 20 Cans Soft Pack Cooler Insulated Soft Sided Cooler with Hard Liner and Heavy Duty Waterproof TPU Materia on sale for $79.99
Nearly two-thirds of customer reviewers gave the Homitt cooler 5 stars, with over a dozen such reviewers comparing the Homitt to the Yeti. A recurring theme in the reviews is that while this won’t necessarily keep your cans cold for as many days as a Yeti will, it is “Better than paying out the nose for a Yeti!!!” A reviewer called Jordan Graham wrote a 5-star review titled “Eff a Yeti”:
So I was really on the verge of getting a yeti cooler. You know the one that looks like this and cost 3x as much. Well I watched reviews and comparison videos and I decides to take the chance with this and I’m really glad I didn’t settle with the yeti. First of all who needs to keep ice in a cooler for more than 5 days? Not I. This works perfectly well especially on the hot beaches of Hawaii. Ice stays present for about a good 2 1/2 days for me. That’s more than enough. The only thing I would like better is if they built a bigger one like this that has wheels built for sand and mud. That would be awesome but until then this will do just fine.
This cooler exceeded my expectations! It looks and acts like a Yeti, but a third of the cost. I was on a week long camping trip and it kept ice for three days in 90 degree weather. I would highly recommend it to anyone that is considering purchasing a soft cooler. It was incredibly sturdy and totally waterproof.
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