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I have some friends who swear by Yeti and that their tumblers can't be beat so I bought a couple 20 oz tumblers today. My wife can't get 5' from her diet Pepsi, it goes everywhere but it always gets watered down and she waste a lot! Hopefully these will pay off in the long run
I got myself one for coffee
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Keep hearing about them, but no actual use!

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I have some friends who swear by Yeti and that their tumblers can't be beat so I bought a couple 20 oz tumblers today. My wife can't get 5' from her diet Pepsi, it goes everywhere but it always gets watered down and she waste a lot! Hopefully these will pay off in the long run
I got myself one for coffee
I have the 30 Oz one for my morning coffee [X2 each AM] and my wife has 2 ea 20 Oz ones for actual traveling as well as AM coffee .. when traveling I use the lid but only then , I need it to cool down a bit while I have my morning coffee , with the lid on it stays so hot I can't get my caffeine needs met soon enough LOL

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2. start the morning coffee , strong but not burnt / boiled down , IMPORTANT start it early as many of us old farts get up early !!
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I have the 30 Oz one for my morning coffee [X2 each AM] and my wife has 2 ea 20 Oz ones for actual traveling as well as AM coffee .. when traveling I use the lid but only then , I need it to cool down a bit while I have my morning coffee , with the lid on it stays so hot I can't get my caffeine needs met soon enough LOL
I've heard that about coffee, one guy said he has to put a few cubes of ice in just to drink it. I've got it filled with java now for a test run. The 30 oz was too big for the wife's HHR's cup holders so we just got 2-20's. I bought my son-in-law the beer can holder, we'll see how well that works I might have to get one of those also.
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the 30 Oz one fits my cup holder in my Dodge Truck , it's tapered for them .. it is tall though and fits my meat hook hands just right although a bit too large for my wife

eventually I'll get a second one for me too ..

IMHO they are one of the best mug/cups out there and will keep it hot for a very long time especially when the lid is on. worth every penny even as spendy as they are
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I better mark ours the wife grabbed the wrong one, dang near had hot coffee instead of cold Pepsi and she doesn't like coffee
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I have some friends who swear by Yeti and that their tumblers can't be beat so I bought a couple 20 oz tumblers today. My wife can't get 5' from her diet Pepsi, it goes everywhere but it always gets watered down and she waste a lot! Hopefully these will pay off in the long run
I got myself one for coffee
I heard they are very good coolers,and most say they are well worth the money.....

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Local Big Lots had them, but they went quick!
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I was given one of these, works great and doesn't leak a drop. It's what I take while deer hunting and I can stick it in my coat pocket without worrying about it spilling while climbing my tree stand. We've got it in 16 & 12 oz styles.

Stanley® Classic 16-oz. One-Hand Vacuum Mug : Cabela's
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The wife won't be grabbing my YETI again, I had a decal just waiting to be used! I gotta admit I think my Stanley mug keeps coffee hotter but I do like the YETI better for cold drinks.
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