YETI+ is the Streaming Service of Streams

In these challenging times we all have to find unique ways to keep ourselves entertained. For some, that means reading books, working out at home, and binge watching television shows and movies on their favorite streaming services. Between Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, and a plethora of other such services, we now have more on-demand entertainment than I ever thought possible. But just in case you’re in need of yet one more online video service, Yeti—the premium cooler manufacture—is here to help.

Dubbed Yeti+, the company’s new streaming service actually streams streams. That probably seems like a rather confusing sentence, but nevertheless it is an accurate description. Designed to help us overcome the lack of outdoor adventure and nature in our lives, Yeti+ offers eight feeds of streams—you know, the kind with water flowing through them—that can be found in some lovely outdoor settings.

The Yeti+ channel line-up includes the Oregon Stream, the Colorado Stream, Big Island Stream (Season 1 and 2), the California Stream, the Vancouver Stream, and the Texas Stream (Season 1 and 2) to help keep you entertained. Each is surprisingly tranquil and soothing, offering a nice background noise while you’re working or a lovely video feed to watch when you just need a break. Each of the steams also conveniently arrives just in time for Earth Day, which takes place tomorrow.

I could go on and on about how great Yeti+ is, but the company sums it up nicely itself. On the streaming service’s website it says: “We’ll be back outside before we know it, until then, kick back, grab a cold one, and whet your appetite for the wild with one of our streams.”

Never has there been more truth in advertising than a streaming service that streams streams. Enjoy it while it lasts.

Kraig Becker

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