This $1300 Monster is the Most Expensive Cooler Yeti Makes (Featuring 2 Chainz)

Posted by: Randy Pharr on 01/25/2022

When it comes to just about any category that one could purchase an item in, you're most likely going to have your value brands and your premium brands. Which one provides the most bang for your buck is going to be up to the buyer. Do premium companies upcharge for the name or are their products really worth it? It's going to take a lot of research to get to the bottom of it!

If you ask a company like Yeti, they would say that it's worth it to spend the extra money on their brand.

The brand has positioned itself as a premium outdoor equipment provider. With that comes quite the price tag, enough to earn the company as much as $468 million in 2015. That's quite the chunk of change for selling coolers and cups.

So, what exactly is it that's so special about the company that has been named the "Most expensive way to keep your beer cold" by Bloomberg?

This time, we had to find out just that as 2 Chainz takes us inside of a couple of Yeti products including a $1300 cooler that is the most expensive that the brand offers. Yeti's 350 Hard cooler is also the biggest that the company offers with 19,000 cubic inches of capacity and enough space to host 82.4 gallons. The cooler is built like their others with all of the nifty features - it's just much bigger.

Sure, this cooler is probably overkilled for most applications. However, for those who want to spend a lot of time away from a refrigerator, the massive unit would be perfect for different events or maybe even a session out on the deep sea where sizable fish need to be kept cold for a long period of time.

Down in the video below, we take the time to check in with the massive cooler and learn a little bit more about it. At the end of the day, Yeti's products are generally pretty highly spoken of but could you bring yourself to spend $1300 on a cooler?

This would certainly be the perfect addition for a trailer that's about to go through a long week at the track!

 

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