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Old 06-24-2015, 01:17 PM   #15
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Don't use the YETI for coffee. The tumbler got really hot on the outside and the coffee inside was too hot to drink so I had to remove the lid to cool it down. Works great for cold drinks. My daughters gave it to me for Mother's Day - nice present!
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Old 06-25-2015, 03:31 PM   #16
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Got mine pretty quick after EBay purchase. I decided to test it today. I filled the 32 ounce with ice this morning and took it to jury duty with me. I left it my truck for 4.5 hours at about 90 plus degrees inside the truck. When I returned, there wasn't enough melted water to suck it up in the straw. Great cup.
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Old 01-05-2016, 08:27 PM   #17
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Yeti ramblers are well worth the money ! I bought the 30oz for $39.99 and thought I had wasted my money but was so wrong ! I now have the 30 Oz the 10 Oz lowball and the Colster !
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Old 01-05-2016, 09:41 PM   #18
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There is a video somewhere on youtube where a guy has his drink on ice in a yeti, and his truck catches on fire.

After the fire is put out, and the plastic top on the yeti has melted...still ice and cold drink in the yeti cup.

I have a couple of the big ones, 32 oz, I think. So I can get on my golf cart and scope out the perimeters of my 700 acre ranch without my bourbon and coke getting watered down, or warm.
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Old 01-06-2016, 02:01 PM   #19
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Now THAT's ^^^^^ a perfect use for it...

Wife packed ours in the motorhome without any protection and they got scratched up - after I had her name engraved on it when I bought it at www.houseofblades.com neat shop !
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I tried to buy two for the son-in-laws for Christmas, but they are back ordered until spring, unless you're willing to pay $60.00 for the few that are left.
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Old 01-06-2016, 04:16 PM   #21
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Can't wait until we get ouyrs next week. Christmas gift from our daughter and SIL ( who just happens to be a dealer��).
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I tried to buy two for the son-in-laws for Christmas, but they are back ordered until spring, unless you're willing to pay $60.00 for the few that are left.
I got some in stock right now.. How man you want!!
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Have the 20 ounce in RV. I really enjoy it. Purchased for Christmas the 10 oz lowball for all coffee drinkers in my office. It has been the most used and talked about gift I have ever given them.
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I got some in stock right now.. How man you want!!
I'll take two of the large ones. PM me.

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My hubby bought our son a Yeti Cooler (ice chest) a few months ago. I did a double-take when I saw the price on that thing.

Sarah, they gotta pay for all that advertising!
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Old 01-08-2016, 11:48 PM   #26
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Tried like hell to get several of the 30oz cups before Christmas with no luck. I do have the Hopper 30 and it is pretty damn incredible with holding is in its solid form.
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Got (2) 30 oz'rs for Xmas and thought they were TOO big around for my little girly hands. Well, a little internet time and Waa-Laa.....handles. Bought (2) Tervis 24 oz handles, dropped the big end in hot water to warm it up. I then installed by using a small block of wood and small hammer and tapped round and round on the top ring until the bottom ring was seated on the tumbler. Tried it out last nite and all I can say is....

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I wanted to "Bump" this thread because it seemed to just fall off the earth. I want to make sure people saw what I did to put handles on these big things and thought by me editing it that it somehow got lost.

Cheers!!!

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