YETI Portable Cooler Tauheed Ahmad August 30, 2014 Technology 1443 An American Company YETI has introduced this latest cooler bag that will chill your drinks for many hours. Hopper Cooler by YETI – actually a shoulder bag that will let you to keep ice frozen for days without any leakage. The company YETI behind this unbelievable gadget has been manufacturing heavy-duty chill boxes for years but this time around, he came up with a unique design of a portable cooler. Therefore; it is a soft sided bag with a maximum capacity of 5.2 gallons in its chamber. The bag inside lining is completely waterproof while the fabric that has been used on the remaining part of the bag is also water-resistant to avoid it from absorbing water if a sporadic splash occurs. The top, which opens, has been sealed with an airtight and waterproof zipper of such great quality that even if you hold it upside down, no spillage will take place. This portable cooler has double-stitched reinforced handle straps to go along with its watertight zipper, tear-proof shell, and thick insulation. The bag comes with an insulation of 1″ on the sides though providing 1.5″ insulation at the bottom which confirms that even placing it on a warm surface won’t affect the temperature within the bag. The bag downside is that you won’t be able to get your hands on this gadget until October and that for a price of £175 from yeticoolers.com. No doubt this is an expensive item for a cooler, but this is definitely a worthwhile item for your trip. The YETI has partnered up with the international shippers Bongo International in order to make use of their global postage scheme. Related PostsSloar Panel Charger Could be Sloution When There is No Electrical PowerFloating Biodome Absorbs Carbon Dioxide, Emits OxygenCreative Suspended Tent Means You Can Sleep in the TreesFlying Car A New Dimension of Personal FreedomAstronomical Watch Displays Our Solar System Orbiting the SunSolar Powered Roads Introduced by Solar RoadwaysMegayacht That Looks Like the BatmobileSoviet-era Shuttles Left to Rust in an Abandoned Deseret of Kazakhstan Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.