Seafoam Blue SIC (Seriously Ice Cold) Travel Tumbler (30 oz.) - Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Tumbler with Double Wall Insulation - No Sweat Travel Mug and Thermos - BPA Free Drinkware.…
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I don't own a Yeti Rambler, so I can't compare. Given the results of the SIC cup being able to keep drinks ice cold all day at a great price, I don't see much reason to spend twice as much on the Yeti.
I'm not sure if the plain stainless exterior version isn't available right now (I couldn't find it on Amazon), but I probably would've preferred that for myself and the other guys, but the blue and pink are nice enough colors.
UPDATE: I did also try out one of the $10 tumblers from world's largest retail store. For anyone wondering, the $10 is a decent cup, but there is a difference in quality. Drinks do stay cold longer in the SIC cup than they do in the $10 job. Outside in a hot car, the $10 cup will get you a few hours running errands (though I'm sure that's good enough for many people). The SIC cup will go all day long. I even notice some ice meltage indoors rather quickly with the $10 cup whereas the ice will seemingly never melt in the SIC cup if left indoors. More importantly, the lid holds up better. The gasket on the $10 cup lid started to wear out within a month, meaning the lid doesn't sit flat. Still usable, but mildly annoying. The lid gasket on the SIC cup is like new after 8 months of use.
Up to you if the price difference is worth it, but the SIC cup is a higher quality product in my experience.