Product Comparison

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82 The YETI Roadie 24 is my top small camping cooler. Compared to other hard-sided coolers in the same size category, the Roadie 24 has better insulation and it’s more practically easy to pack into your car and hit the road. Plus, because it’s around three inches taller and three inches slimmer, it makes for a more convenient seat or table-top when camping.
80 In the 20-25 quart hard sided cooler category, the RTIC 20 Qt wins the value-for-money category. In insulation tests, it was only beat by the YETI Roadie 24 (which had three hours, or 5% more insulating power). But the RTIC’s price is roughly 60% less. Plus, with features like the bear lock, drain plug, and slimmed down stainless steel handle, I think the RTIC 20 Qt is the best small hard cooler you can buy.
76 After comparing the ORCA 20 Qt to other popular brands, the biggest reason to choose ORCA is because it’s made in the USA. The YETI Roadie 24 is the best quality, the RTIC 20 Qt was the best value for money, and the Igloo BMX 25 is the best option for a budget cooler. The ORCA 20 is a great cooler, but it doesn’t really stand out in any major category.
75 While the Pelican 20QT Elite didn’t outperform any of the other coolers I tested in durability, capacity, or insulation, it’s definitely the easiest to carry longer distances. If I had to carry my cooler 100 or more yards every time I used it, I’d probably pick the Pelican 20QT Elite.
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