What tumblers are as good as Yeti?
Most Similar To Yeti
- Ozark Trail Tumblers (Walmart’s Brand)
- Closest Knockoff: RTIC Tumbler.
- Great Ice Retention and Design: Simple Modern.
- Amazon Special: Beast.
- Ceramic Lined: Taste The Earth Ceramic Coated Tumbler.
- Cheap Lookalike: Atlin Tumbler.
- Big Brand: Hydro Flask Cup.
- Unique: S’well.
Which tumblers are best?
The Best Tumbler
- Our pick. Hydro Flask 22-ounce Tumbler. The best tumbler. This slim, powder-coated tumbler fits easily in hands and cup holders, and that’s why we love it.
- Runner-up. Klean Kanteen 20-ounce tumbler. Nearly identical.
- Also great. Yeti Rambler 20-ounce tumbler. Heftier, squatter, bomber-feeling.
What is the difference between a rambler and a tumbler?
The tumblers will keep your soda, beer, wine, smoothie, or mixed drinks ice cold. They’re designed for easy loading, drinking, and cleaning. Select Rambler sizes come in a range of Duracoat™ Colors.
What is the knock off Yeti?
RTIC Coolers These coolers intentionally market themselves as a YETI knockoff cooler at a much better price. In fact, most tests show that RTIC performs about the same or better than YETI when comparing the ice life of each cooler.
What is just as good as Yeti?
OtterBox 30-Qt. Comparable in price to the YETI Hopper, the Trooper Cooler has such good reviews we couldn’t ignore it. This soft cooler has a wide mouth for loading and unloading, and reviewers say it can be easily opened with one hand—a nice feature when your other hand is holding a six-pack.
What’s better Brumate vs Yeti?
Brumate are slightly cheaper than Yeti and more versatile – doubling as a can coozie and a cup. They have a lifetime warranty while Yeti only offers a 5-year warranty. But Yeti Colsters are more durable and are also dishwasher safe.
Is Yeti and RTIC the same company?
YETI and RTIC Coolers are not made by the same company, nor are they made in the same factories. Yeti launched in 2006 by Ryan and Roy Seiders in Austin, Texas and then sold a majority ownership stake to Cortec Group in 2012. RTIC Coolers wasn’t started until 2015 by John and Jim Jacobsen in Cypress, Texas.
How does RTIC compare to Yeti?
Again, the only real difference between the RTIC and the Yeti is that the RTIC SoftPak 30 can hold more cans (24 vs 30) but ice quantity remains the same at 30 pounds. Similar build quality and materials also result in ice life of around 3 ½ to 4 days.
How can you tell the difference between a real and fake yeti?
The label of genuine Yeti tumblers has a cork like texture to it and is stuck onto the tumbler with glue and have a barcode. Fake Yeti tumblers tend to have misspellings, or the font for the branding is slightly off. They also tend to be stuck on with sticky tape and don’t have a barcode.
Can I put my empty YETI in the freezer?
Can You Freeze an Empty Yeti Cup? If the reasoning behind not putting your Yeti cup in the freezer is due to liquid expansion as it freezes causing damage, then an empty Yeti tumbler should be absolutely fine as there is nothing to expand while inside.
Why are YETI cups not dishwasher safe?
Every YETI Rambler is made with rugged 18/8 stainless steel. This allows them to withstand hot water with ease. So even the high temperatures inside a dishwasher won’t damage your YETI drinkware or reduce their ability to insulate.
Is there a Yeti version of the Rambler?
This is a smaller version very similar to the 20 oz Yeti Rambler, but at a fraction of the $30 price tag for the Yeti version! After our product test was completed, they released a 30 oz and 10 oz version as well.
What’s the difference between a Yeti and Tervis Tumbler?
YETI owes a lot of its success in the drinkware game to the popularity of Tervis Tumblers, which started popping up decades ago with insulated cups that kept ice for much longer than your standard plastic cup. They’re pioneers in the insulated drinkware category and still much more inexpensive than YETI to this very day.
What’s the difference between Yeti and Ozark Trails tumblers?
Putting them side by side, the Yeti and Ozark Trails tumblers look exactly alike. They’re the same size and shape, are made of stainless steel, and have similar sip tops. The only real physical differences are that Yeti has a slider on the lid and they have different logos adorning the cups (obviously).
What’s the difference between the Kong and the Yeti?
*Note that the Yeti only holds 30 oz without the lid. It actually holds less when you have the lid on it.) #2: The Kong (26 oz) $15.99 It holds 30 oz without the lid, and includes a straw and a gift box. #3: The Himalayan (20 oz) As low as $9.99