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YETI Rambler 20 oz Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Tumbler w/MagSlider Lid
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- These Ramblers come standard with our YETI MagSlider Lid, the only drink lid that uses the power of magnets to keep your water, beer, or favorite drink on lock
- Our Ramblers are BPA-free, dishwasher safe, and have a No Sweat Design to make sure your hands stay dry
- DuraCoat is a durable coat of color that won't fade, peel, or crack through extended field use and also provide additional grip to the Rambler's exterior
- We over-engineered these double-wall insulated tumblers with an 18/8 stainless steel body, which means your drink still keeps its temperature no matter how much of a beating this cup takes
- The YETI 20 oz Rambler Tumbler stands 6 7/8 in high and has a lip diameter of 3 1/2 in. All YETI Tumblers are sized to fit in standard sized cup holders
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The YETI Rambler family is tough as hell, and will keep your drinks as cold (or hot) as science allows. With 18/8 stainless steel construction, double-wall vacuum insulation, and No Sweat Design, they’re perfect for the deer lease, cleaning table, or just the down time in between your outdoor exploring. Find the Rambler Tumbler, Bottle, Colster, or Jug that's right for your next adventure.
THESE TUMBLERS ARE GOOD TO GO
The 20 & 30 oz. Tumblers are designed to fit perfectly in the cup holders of your pick up or skiff of choice so you can keep your eyes on where you're headed next.
STAY A WHILE
The new 14 oz. Mug is in good company. Whether you’re sipping hot coffee from the Mug, frosty beer from the Colster, or enjoying two fingers of whiskey in a Lowball you can relish a relaxed moment with nowhere too urgent to go.
Whenever you're spending time in the wild, having the right hydration on hand will help keep you at your best. The YETI Jugs and Bottles are built tough to keep cool in triple-digit heat and take a beating in the back of a truck, or whatever your day demands.
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Everything seemed wonderful, except that in use, the MagSlider lid actually leaks even in the closed position. Worse yet, this doesn't even seem to be a defective product, just a simple design flaw, in the sense that they surprisingly failed to account for the fact that consumers would want their liquid containers to actually contain the liquid inside them and not allow them to leak out when in any position besides exactly vertical. Apparently, Yeti thinks that for $30 you should expect nothing more than gravity to keep your coffee from spilling out of your Rambler.
So, why? Why would you design a premium priced tumbler that utterly FAILS at one of the simplest tasks you demand from a liquid container? Even the cheap Chinese knockoffs at a third of the price have being leakproof as a basic quality. What good are the premium materials and lovely powder coat Duracoat finish if this thing leaks like crazy when it inevitably falls over? I really don't understand why the crack Yeti design team couldn't design a better lid at this price point for something they market as suitable for an active outdoors life. This design isn't suitable for a boring morning highway commute to an office cubicle though, let alone a day of getting knocked around on a work site or a boat.
I had a similar experience with the Yeti Colster, which is $25 and two pieces for the simple task of keeping a can cold. Meanwhile a Thermos can cooler is $5, one piece, weighs significantly less, and keeps a can exactly as cold as the vastly overdesigned Yeti Colster.
It really feels like they don't know what they're doing down there at Yeti HQ. Honestly, how do you manage to serially OVERdesign products yet UNDERdesign them at the same time? I'm highly disappointed in this company, as a premium priced product they should not be failing the basics of everyday utility. The Rambler is supposed to be one of their signature products. Before this I was considering buying one of their extremely spendy coolers, but I've completely struck that from my mind. Between this tumbler/lid and the Colster they've fooled me twice now, but they won't be fooling me again. Goodbye Yeti!