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Amazon [amazon.com] has 30-Oz RTIC Double Wall Vacuum Insulated Tumbler (Stainless Steel) on sale for $10. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25 or more.
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Yeti comes with the mag slide lid which is the best. Better option is to get an ozark for $5 and the yeti lid on amazon
The ozark now comes with a slide close lid.
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Basically everyone is saying this product and those similar are a good buy for $10 or less. I agree.

Personally, I can vouch for RTIC as being a good product. I must say kiddos haven't destroyed it yet.
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Great tumbler...had for yrs...going strong
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I bought the 40oz RTIC tumbler a few years ago and I've been happy with it.

Thanks, OP. In for 1.

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The ozark now comes with a slide close lid.
Really? I broke my lid on my 3ish year old ozark tumbler when it fell off my truck tailage going down the road at 10 mph when I got a speed bump. I forget what to the close was like but the yeti mag slide and lid quality is leaps and bounds better. I think I paid $10 for the lid and $5 for the tumbler.
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Love RTIC stuff, it's down the road here in Houston, for the HQ anyways. Solid price for the classic 30oz.
They used to sell their stuff at Buc-ee's before they went direct-to and retail their own store. All of my tumblers from RTIC came from Buc-ee's, it was $9.99 then. Not all the colors, but even on the Rtic site, lot of the colors are out of stock. I have waterbottles from RTIC from last sale. Ozark Trail ones in 30oz too are good, and usually around $8 or less after holiday times.

Buc-ee's has a Yukon brand 30oz tumbler now for $9.99. it's slimmer than older Yeti/Ozark/Rtic style so the handles won't fit. Just FYI in case you're stopping by a Buc-ee's anytime soon.
I guess we live in the same county. If not the same zip code
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You definitely shouldn't put these in the dishwasher. It will break vacuum seal and the ice/hot retention will deteriorate.
Average dishwasher temp. is 140 degrees F. Optimum brewing temp. for coffee is 195-205 degrees F. So according to your logic, hot coffee will ruin the vacuum seal. As others have posted, years of placing these types of tumblers in the dishwasher without any issues says it is not a problem.
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I have this one but hate the new lids they include now (black snap close). So could I purchase this fancy yeti lid for it for about $10? Worth it?
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I put them in the dishwasher and don't have a problem, but only the SS/unpainted ones. The ones that are painted inevitably start chipping soon.

Good price, I paid $7.99 back in Dec. of 2017.
Takes two seconds to clean - and these will always be at risk in a dishwasher.... not sure why anyone would put them in there.
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Average dishwasher temp. is 140 degrees F. Optimum brewing temp. for coffee is 195-205 degrees F. So according to your logic, hot coffee will ruin the vacuum seal. As others have posted, years of placing these types of tumblers in the dishwasher without any issues says it is not a problem.
I wouldn't put them in there.... the way they're made, some will have issues. Takes a few seconds to wash by hand, not sure why anyone would do that... of course, people put do stupid things all the time - nice knives, wood cutting boards, etc.
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Last time I got one of these it ended up being a fake
Me too - and it came straight from Amazon - RTIC verified it was a fake - I sent pics...
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Love RTIC stuff, it's down the road here in Houston, for the HQ anyways. Solid price for the classic 30oz.
They used to sell their stuff at Buc-ee's before they went direct-to and retail their own store. All of my tumblers from RTIC came from Buc-ee's, it was $9.99 then. Not all the colors, but even on the Rtic site, lot of the colors are out of stock. I have waterbottles from RTIC from last sale. Ozark Trail ones in 30oz too are good, and usually around $8 or less after holiday times.

Buc-ee's has a Yukon brand 30oz tumbler now for $9.99. it's slimmer than older Yeti/Ozark/Rtic style so the handles won't fit. Just FYI in case you're stopping by a Buc-ee's anytime soon.
Oddly enough it was thanks to Buc-ee's that I discovered Yukon branded tumblers.

My set of RTICs had just gone in the trash after I found chipped paint from the rim of the cup in my pregnant wife's ice water.

My Yukons are doing great. I won't by buying RTIC again.

Edit: I bought direct from RTIC so they weren't fakes.
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I have the 40oz one. No issues.
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You definitely shouldn't put these in the dishwasher. It will break vacuum seal and the ice/hot retention will deteriorate.
I'm sure I'm reducing the lifespan of the cups, but I've had them for years and they're still every bit as effective as they were when first purchased (and I use them on boats in very hot weather, where degradation would be noticeable).

For the price, I'd rather be able to throw them in the dishwasher and dispose of them every few years rather than wash by hand.
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Takes two seconds to clean - and these will always be at risk in a dishwasher.... not sure why anyone would put them in there.
It certainly doesn't take 2 seconds to clean, and it's a not comparable if you're running the dishwasher for other items anyway.

So far, I have exactly zero cups that have failed on me despite the machine washing, and I've got 8 of them (family of 5 and a few spares).
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