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The Tundra Haul is Yeti's first cooler with wheels, which many will appreciate since it can exceed 100 pounds when full. It boasts 65 quarts and can fit 83 cans without ice. In our tests, it had excellent temperature control and was able to maintain a temperature of 33˚F for 36 hours. (The cans were put in the cooler at a starting temperature around 40˚F.)

The Tundra Haul is easy to open thanks to the rubber latches versus traditional plastic ones or buckles. Plus, it has a food crate to help keep the inside organized. The handle is oversized, and it can be operated with one hand or two; when it's not extended and ready for use, it folds flat against the cooler.

The Rovr Roller 60-quart is one of our personal favorites. It comes with a multitude of attachments and a bunch of cool features that add to its allure, including a "wagon bin" that stores on top of the cooler and can be used to help transport non-cooler items. Other accessories include a large removable bin that takes up about 1/3 of the cooler to help keep items dry. It also comes with drink holders and a plastic cutting board.

In our tests, it maintained a temperature of 35ºF over 36 hours (starting from about 40ºF). It’s hard-sided and durable and capable of traversing any landscape thanks to its large wheels. The large handle folds down when not in use. It seals with rubber latches that keep the lid secure. It's fairly easy to clean.

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The Yeti Hopper M20 Backpack cooler is a fun one. It uses magnets to help seal: You open it by pulling the magnetic seal apart and close it by pushing it back together. For an even tighter seal, you can fold it after closing it, and latch it closed using backpack buckles. We found it is easy to look inside — it opens wider than a typical backpack cooler — and pack it the way you want to.

In our test, we were able to fit 26 cans inside without ice. It felt comfortable on our backs, likely thanks to the extra padding that helped keep everything in place. After filling with the appropriate amount of ice and cans, anything within and surrounded by the ice was able to stay at a temperature of around 32˚F. The air on top of the ice was around 55˚F, so it doesn't keep the interior at the top as cold as a traditional cooler would, but with enough ice it would keep any items cold.

This Hydro Flask option is a tote bag that works as a cooler. It has a zipper opening and opens easily like a regular tote, but it is a little difficult to pack as it's not a traditional cooler. We were able to fit about 23 cans of soda without ice, which yielded a weight around 23 pounds. It did come with a manual on care and use, which is helpful when owning a certain cooler for the first time.

The Day Escape name is apt: It is not meant to hold items for longer. For 12 hours, it was able to maintain a temperature of 34˚F within the cooler — perfect for a trip to the beach or a picnic.

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