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Old 05-01-2016, 07:59 AM   #1
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Yeti cups v Ozark Trails cups

Wasn't sure if this is where this goes or not.

For those that like Yeti cups I found that the Ozark Trails cups are just like Yeti cups at a lot better price. You can't tell the difference between them.

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Take a look at this one! They show out-of-stock now but it might be available somewhere else!

Amazing insulated travel cup!
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I have never tried any other cups and I'm all for finding one to fit your budget and style. We bought a 30 oz Yeti about 3 months ago. It has been a great tool to keep me drinking lots of water in my quest to lose weight so between the walking and exercise tapes with the help of all that water I've lost 7 pounds. So as far as those expensive Yeti's go, I love my cup and for experience the Cabela's chest coolers are Just as good as the Yeti's. We bought a Cabela's cooler for our son and it keeps ice for days. There are other brands out there such as Pelican. Do they have cups? Anyone else out there with experience? Also, thanks for the info on the Ozark Trail cups!


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Google Hydro Flask. Quality stuff, many sizes, lifetime guarantee. Yeti is way overpriced on all their stuff IMHO.
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Old 05-02-2016, 06:37 PM   #5
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My 30oz yeti would keep ice water for over 24 hours....for about 4-6 months....now for some reason it won't last 10 hours...I can't fathom why? Have two yeti coolers also and they work well, but over priced for what u get. I second the cabelas coolers...they work good and priced better.
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Zojirushi SM-KB48TM Stainless Steel Travel Mug
Best travel cup ever! When I was doing a lot of driving my hubby bought me this, years later and I still love it!!! It will hold ice for 2 days and has kept a hot drink hot of a day, warm for the next 24 hours. Lightweight, locks and is terrific!
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Zojirushi SM-KB48TM Stainless Steel Travel Mug
Best travel cup ever! When I was doing a lot of driving my hubby bought me this, years later and I still love it!!! It will hold ice for 2 days and has kept a hot drink hot of a day, warm for the next 24 hours. Lightweight, locks and is terrific!
My friends have Yeti cups on the boat for all day cold drinks.
I use the Zojirushi SM-KHE48NL Mug it will keep my tea hot all day in the winter and a cool drink cold in the summer. I had concerns about the small size, but it is good for me. Also not a worry about it leaking in my bag.
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RTIC is a great brand. Half the price of Yeti!
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I've seen these and talked to people that have them. I guess I can't get past the fact that it never takes me 2 days to drink anything so I really see no use for it other than to say it will do it.
The coolers I see a use for but at the prices they want for them I can buy a ton of ice. I have a coleaman 100 year anniv. stainless cooler that holds ice for days in summer heat. I really don't even buy much ice anymore....I make my own in the freezer here so I can use bigger chunks that last longer.
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