Originally Posted by Paul7
All of yeti's coolers hold less than their number. There is a very informative thread with a yeti CSR trying to explain that they are numbers for marketing not units of measurement.
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Yeti's marketing sort of sucks then. would be like Chevy putting a 2500 on the side of a truck, but really it's a 1500 (because that's the next closest thing down)
then they charge $100 to $200 more for a cooler with similar specs that is larger than theirs. Just poor marketing.
Also with yeti, you only have a 2/3 chance of getting a cooler manfuactured in the US, (because two of the manfacturing facilities are in the US, and the 3rd is in the Phillipines) Personally I went with a Grizzly cooler over yeti because of price and actually being made in the US.