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YETI Rambler Bottle - 64 oz., Stainless Steel $40

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Great for sipping, sharing and guzzling, YETI's Rambler bottle is double-wall vacuum insulated to keep foods and beverages hot and cold down to the last drop.

https://www.sierra.com/yeti-rambl...el~p~ch349

Seems a good price. $106 on Amazon and $70 on the Yeti website.

Pretty easy to get a free shipping code on sierra.
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All these comments on off brands out side of yeti. Being I have run most all these brands for many summers nothing beats a yeti. You get what you pay for. The only thing I'll say is the cabelas coolers are the only equal to the yeti cooler.
Pre-chilling and using Yeti's prescribed 2(ice) to 1(drinks/food) is what yields the killer results, regardless of brand. Yeti/Artic/Ozark Trail/Pelican/Igloo Sportsman..

I've owned them all, spent days in the sun without access to fresh ice. Multiple trips, predictable results. They all do well if you start with cold or frozen stuff in an ice cold cooler and supply plenty of ice. Period. Any difference between brands is negligible with the single exception of the Ozark Trail (Walmart brand) frequently showing condensation forming on the exterior of their coolers adjacent to the drain.
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Haven't tried yeti but have tried Ozark trail, rtic and Stanley 64 oz. Stanley lasts far longer than the other 2 by almost double.
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I got mine at Marshall's on clearance for $24.
Are we forgetting that Sierra and TJMaxx and Marshall's and HomeGoods are all the same company?

Also, with the Sierra 25% off coupon, these go down to $29. Ships free with over $89.

These are great at the beach and the kids' ball fields and basically everywhere. The stainless steel makes a great canvas for travel stickers.

Y'all can debate it all day, but $29 for a half gallon Yeti is a no-brainer.

In for four. My Christmas list thanks the OP!
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All these comments on off brands out side of yeti. Being I have run most all these brands for many summers nothing beats a yeti. You get what you pay for. The only thing I'll say is the cabelas coolers are the only equal to the yeti cooler.

All the comments have actually been pretty chill in saying "here's an alternative but deff get YETI if you're in it for the name" which is respectable.

You need to learn to fanboy better. Especially since the research is out there and disagrees with your "one person research that didnt actually happen"
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As an FYI they've been this price at Sierra for over 6 months. I've kept watching hoping for an additional coupon or them to go on clearance.
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I got mine at Marshall's on clearance for $24.
Same

Also, YETI is also dishwasher safe which I believe is not true of the other brands.
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Same

Also, YETI is also dishwasher safe which I believe is not true of the other brands.
I recently bought a real yeti for the sole fact they are dishwasher safe. Both the inside and outside of the other brands I've tried have chipped off after being washed in the dishwasher for over a year. I am hoping the yeti holds up better!
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Are we forgetting that Sierra and TJMaxx and Marshall's and HomeGoods are all the same company?

Also, with the Sierra 25% off coupon, these go down to $29. Ships free with over $89.

These are great at the beach and the kids' ball fields and basically everywhere. The stainless steel makes a great canvas for travel stickers.

Y'all can debate it all day, but $29 for a half gallon Yeti is a no-brainer.

In for four. My Christmas list thanks the OP!
What's the 25% code please?
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All the comments have actually been pretty chill in saying "here's an alternative but deff get YETI if you're in it for the name" which is respectable.

You need to learn to fanboy better. Especially since the research is out there and disagrees with your "one person research that didn't actually happen"
Why do say it didn't happen? How do you know what happened? I've bought Ozark, Thermos, Coleman, etc. My Yetis are the only ones that haven't fallen apart after a year of kids sports.

Someone just gave my a HydroFlask two weeks ago, and the thing is already scratched to hell and looks like crap. It probably still keeps things cold, but the finish couldn't stand up to one airplane trip.

I've also bought "Yeti" off of eBay and had them fall apart and then watched some videos on how to spot a counterfeit.

I've never had to file a warranty claim, but I do know someone who got a cooler replaced when the handle ripped out and it crashed. Try that with Walmart.
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What's the 25% code please?
Need the code too!
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Seems high still. Here's a knockoff that people have described as "indistinguishable" for $23 for anyone interested.


https://www.amazon.com/Lobo-Leak-...ef=sr_1_13

I've seen similar products on this site go for single digits too, but yeti is expensive that's not news really
If you don't want Yeti on the side, you can get the Ozark Trails version for $15 every day, less when it's on sale.
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Homegoods always has this at $40
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These are about equivalent to the "I trained your trainer" growlers I got from Target for $6 each.
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Yeti also stands behind their products. We had a few various yetis not holding ice as well as others and Yeti CS replaced them - one was upgraded. Very impressed.
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