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 Post subject: Yeti Tundra Coolers
New postPosted: August 1st, 2017, 5:20 pm 
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The latest and greatest "fad" in the state of Nevada this year are YETI Tundra Coolers, selling in various sizes from $299 to $600. Put a block of ice in one, open it in about a week, and most of the ice is still there. Space age insulation technology.

Is this Yeti "fad" occurring elsewhere?


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 Post subject: Re: Yeti Tundra Coolers
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Very popular and expensive here it Texas,


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 Post subject: Re: Yeti Tundra Coolers
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I thought the latest fad in NV was a recently legalized plant product.


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Chawlie wrote:
I thought the latest fad in NV was a recently legalized plant product.

Not my interest what-so-ever.


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 Post subject: Re: Yeti Tundra Coolers
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The Yeti craze is an International thing. Well maybe not really international but it is big on NSA Bahrain.

Now for the other craze in Nevada.

For the first time in my adult life I do NOT have to take urinalysis or more bluntly piss test. I am one of the few people in the country that can
honestly say I have NEVER smoked Mary Jane. The wife & I go to Vegas quite often for vacation. So next time we go, we could legally smoke a few
& not have to worry about anything. Plus then we could get the munchies & enjoy some of the gourmet burgers on the strip. Or better yet an In N Out. With Animal Style Fries.


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 Post subject: Re: Yeti Tundra Coolers
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https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=sr_nr_p_89 ... 2528832011

Scroll down to see the big one. $1,400 for a cooler! Not for me, thanks.

Their cheapest cooler that's bigger than a thermos type bottle, the ice bucket goes for $176.39, used.

The next cheapest is the Tundra 35, photo and price as in Awt's first post.

I don't plan to ever be that far from ice.

As for the other, I didn't inhale. Sometimes I feel like singing Ringo's "No No Song" because I truly don't do any of that kind of thing no more, and haven't in more years than I care to remember.


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 Post subject: Re: Yeti Tundra Coolers
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Back to the subject...

I get my ice chess from Winn-Dixie (Styrofoam)
Has a throw-away price.

Chawlie wrote:
I don't plan to ever be that far from ice.


AGREED Squared!!!

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