Coleman 316 Series vs YETI Tundra 65: Cooler Review for Van Life

However, blocks are bulky and take up a lot of space in the cooler since they don’t conform around your food and cans. If we have enough space, our preferred method is to use both block and crushed ice together, and YETI has more great tips here. You see, Yeti, Engel, RTIC, etc are all… Continue reading Coleman 316 Series vs YETI Tundra 65: Cooler Review for Van Life

Coleman 316 Series vs YETI Tundra 65: Cooler Review for Van Life

Crushed ice is the most readily available—you can find it at most gas stations and supermarkets for fairly cheap. The major draw is that it easily fills the gaps between your food and beverages, cooling them quickly and efficiently. However, crushed ice is also the fastest to melt and you’ll likely need to replace it… Continue reading Coleman 316 Series vs YETI Tundra 65: Cooler Review for Van Life

Coleman 316 Series vs YETI Tundra 65: Cooler Review for Van Life

We are a bit disappointed to have measured this large model with “65” in the name at just 56 quarts, but our testers ended up appreciating this surprisingly useful size more than the models that are actually 65 quarts. The Tundra line also includes a plethora of other sizes, many of which we’ve tested —… Continue reading Coleman 316 Series vs YETI Tundra 65: Cooler Review for Van Life