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Old 08-21-2014   #1
 
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Coolers on Woot

Hey all! I saw some nice looking coolers on woot this morning. I don't know anything about the company, but they look nice.

Mammoth Heavy Duty Coolers

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Chinese Yeti?

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Instead of philippino yeti's?
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anyone have experience with the orcas. They are made in the usa. I saw some blems for cheap on ebay.

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I heard ORCA is going under. My neighbor has a friend who works for them and thats what he told me.. I tried sending them a couple emails asking about dementions and got nothing back.. And I had heard prior that they had good costomer service... I have looked at the mamoths and they seem solid.. Also the Brute coolers look good. They are made in the usa and they have big handles that could sit on side bars.. I am not 100 percent sure but i think they are what Canyon inflatables is trying to market.. They are pictured on their frames and when I emailed them for dementions they sent me dementions the exact same as Brute coolers.. I wish they mammoths had more info on their website.. they dont tell you much about the diffrence in the two models.. i think the discovery and the titan..

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anyone have experience with the orcas. They are made in the usa. I saw some blems for cheap on ebay.

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Mu buddy just bought one of the ORCA blems. I am thinking of going the same rout. Are they strong enough to use as a rowing seat?


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So, do the Orca cooler drain as well as the Yetis? That's one of our beefs with our Igloo Marine cooler. It leaves about an inch of water in the bottom.
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Anyone know what the width of the Orcas are 11-12'' from the bottom? Will they fit in a 18'' cooler bay? Trying to get info from the ebay vendor is worthless.
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I tried to get that info from orca.. sent a couple emails with no response... i decided to try the mammoth... I didnt want to get an orca just to have the company go under and not offer any support... here are some pics of the 125 mammoth on a nrs 72" frame.. about 18.5" between the cross bars..


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And compared to my 150 Rubbermaid gott.. it is a bit narrower than the gott due to the big handles that stick out on the gott and rides a bit lower..

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