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Old 04-10-2020, 10:19 AM
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Best-Rated Coolers On A Budget

The best product does not necessarily have to be the most expensive one. There are always quality products that come at a reasonable price. In the case of coolers, finding a good cooler when you are on a tight budget is not an easy task, but it is not impossible. In order to assist you with choosing the perfect fit, we made a list of the Top Rated Coolers For Camping that are great in both price and quality. Let’s check them out:

1. Rubbermaid 60-quart Wheeled Cooler

This Rubbermaid 60-quart model is the best cooler for ice retention in the large ice chest segment. This thick-insulated cooler has a unique two-piece lid design that will not let too much air out when opened, helping it to hold ice up to 5 days. With a capacity of 60 quarts, the cooler can hold up to 80 cans, making it ideal for group multi-day trips. It has well-built wheels, two side handles, and an extension handle; however, it is still a bit difficult to pull when it is fully packed.



2. EvoVox Insulated Cooler Bag with Removable Liner

If you are looking for a small affordable cooler, you may be interested in this EvoVox Insulated Cooler Bag. The bag features 1680D polyester fabric and 8 mm foam insulation that keeps food and drinks at the desired temperatures (either hot or cold). It comes with a detachable shoulder strap, a PEVA liner, and lots of pockets, including a zippered lid pocket, front and back pocket, and two side pockets. While its main compartment can hold a maximum of 16 cans, its two side pockets can hold an additional 1.5 liters each. This product comes with a lifetime warranty from the manufacturer.

3. OA Gear Backpack

OA Gear is one of the Best Coolers In The World with the most affordable price in the backpack category. It has a heat-sealed interior liner that prevents food and drinks from leaking and a dry liner to keep contents cold. The backpack has a 20-can capacity and is equipped with thick padded shoulder straps for comfortable carrying. It further comes with two side pockets, a rear zippered pocket, and a crisscross bungee cord to hold lightweight items, such as a flashlight.



4. Lifetime Cooler

Coolers made by Lifetime come in three sizes: 28 quarts, 55 quarts, and 77 quarts. All of them offer superior performance at very good prices. They hold ice much longer than many roto molded coolers, especially the large 77-quart cooler. This cooler series has a super sturdy lid that you can sit or even stand on. This is also a leak-resistant lid that does not leak if you shake or tip the cooler.

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We created this list for those who want to buy an inexpensive cooler, but not wanting to waste money on a cooler that will not be useful when you take it out on a trip. So, we hope that you now have some new information for choosing your most preferred cooler after going through the list. Also, let us know if you know about other great options in the comment section.

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Old 04-11-2020, 06:11 AM
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I don't work from the concept of "equivalent of a .60 motor" as electrics have completely different performance characteristics. And the choices for motor/prop/battery combination in for electrics is much broader.

I work from the "Watts/Pound" model to come up with the desired power and performance characteristics.

I use eCalc to model the motor/prop/battery and overall aircraft performance.
https://www.ecalc.ch/motorcalc.php?ecalc&lang=en

You may also want to take a look at this online book on Wattflyer on electric-powered flight.
https://www.wattflyer.com/forums/showthread.php?t=31071
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