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Aug102012

Pelican ProGear Elite Marine Coolers

 

Well known for their hard sided cases, Pelican is now aggressively taking aim at the high end cooler category.

Cutaway of the Pelican cooler on the right vs. the current market leader on the left.  

Guaranteed for life, the new Pelican coolers offer impressive specs, unique features and are available in three sizes and two colors.

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Reader Comments (4)

Ohhhhh snap. Move over Yeti. There is a new sherrif in town. I wonder what the price range is.

August 10, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterBlahhhhh

I dunno' those latches look awfully mechanical compared to Yeti. As a professional photographer, I own plenty of Pelican cases (7 or 8), but as a Texas fly fisher, I own Texas' own Yeti Coolers.

August 11, 2012 | Unregistered Commentershannon

Yeti is actually made in the Philippines; they just have their office in Texas. The Pelican is made entirely in the USA!!

August 15, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterUSA!!

Really, simple is usually alot better. Especially on boats. I've went to their website, saw the TV dudes video. Read it here, and the jury is still out for me. And boy could I use 2 coolers that don't have all the ice melted by 10am, here in Jacksonville "hot" Florida. I want simple, tough, and durable, that holds ice a long time, at a price that can afford me two, one at 40 Qt. and at least another 95 qt.

Either way I'm looking at $600-$800 bucks though......rediculas. That's alot of cheap ice and cheap coolers for that kinda money.

September 9, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterCapt Dave Sipler

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