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Old December 28th, 2015, 03:40 PM
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I got one of the coozies as a stocking stuffer and yeah, these things are legit! I also picked up a little toy for the garage at home, and of course I can't leave well enough alone...

If anyone wants a little personalization of their cup with any text or graphic, shoot me a PM and I'll do it for free. Since I don't have a rotary head I'm limited on how wide I can mark due to the radius of the cup -- it seems like 2-2.5" is as wide as I can keep the laser happy.

-Ash
Wow - that looks great Ash...nice!!!
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Old December 28th, 2015, 03:43 PM
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Wow, that's sweet.
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Old February 4th, 2016, 04:41 PM
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I had to wait a month as there was some confusion at Yeti, but I returned my 30oz and the 20oz Rambler and the Colster finally arrived. I'd thought the Colster would just be a bunch of BS about keeping the beverage cold in the can, but figured I'd give it a shot - pleasantly surprised and really impressed with how long it actually keeps a cold soda or beer cold! I had to not drink my beer for an hour just to give it a proper test.
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Old February 4th, 2016, 04:46 PM
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I had to wait a month as there was some confusion at Yeti, but I returned my 30oz and the 20oz Rambler and the Colster finally arrived. I'd thought the Colster would just be a bunch of BS about keeping the beverage cold in the can, but figured I'd give it a shot - pleasantly surprised and really impressed with how long it actually keeps a cold soda or beer cold! I had to not drink my beer for an hour just to give it a proper test.

We use the coolster in the car all the time, especially in longer drives. It's nice to have a can of coke in the car and not have to get started on it right away because it will still be cold when you want it.

It's also awesome at keeping a beer cold out by the pool.
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Old February 4th, 2016, 04:56 PM
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I just got a 20 oz. love it. I put my coffee in there in the morning, my ice tea and water during the day and ice water on the bed stand at night. Still has ice in it in the morning. Great product.
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Old February 4th, 2016, 05:09 PM
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I had to wait a month as there was some confusion at Yeti, but I returned my 30oz and the 20oz Rambler and the Colster finally arrived. I'd thought the Colster would just be a bunch of BS about keeping the beverage cold in the can, but figured I'd give it a shot - pleasantly surprised and really impressed with how long it actually keeps a cold soda or beer cold! I had to not drink my beer for an hour just to give it a proper test.
nice grill rich guy =)
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nice grill rich guy =)
Wolf stuff is awesome.
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My local Ace Hardware has a bucket sale twice a year, 20% off anything that fits in the bucket. Last sale I bought one of the cups, works great hot or cold as long as you leave the lid on. Coffee cools sooner with the lid off, drinkable in 4 hours instead of 6 ;^)
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Old February 4th, 2016, 11:14 PM
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I have the 20oz rambler, use it every day for coffe. When I camp or go to the lake, it is my morning coffee cup, afternoon beer cup, evening drink cup. I can't think of a time I don't use it every day except overseas vacations. Every day for two years. I am not sure I can name another more used thing in my life...
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Old February 5th, 2016, 09:05 AM
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Dumb question, but do these fit in the Defender's cup holders?
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Old February 5th, 2016, 09:54 AM
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I have a tuffy and the 20oz rambler fits.
Not exactly your question I realize
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Ditto on Tuffy, so not really sure. The Colster is pretty wide too, so not sure about that one. The Rambler is tapered and works in a lot of cup holders.
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Dumb question, but do these fit in the Defender's cup holders?

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Old February 6th, 2016, 01:48 AM
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Thanks for the replies guys. Vasily, yes the pics help.
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Many here can relate to this Yeti Video...

https://youtu.be/Xh-XSPiYFps

Also...

Home | Heroes and Horses, Inc.

Yeti Shirt..YETI Coolers Adventure T-Shirts | YETI Coolers
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Old February 6th, 2016, 08:14 AM
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Hydroflask pint glass is damn nice too. Haven't tried the Yeti line out yet, but swear by hydro flask stuff.


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Hydroflask pint glass is damn nice too. Haven't tried the Yeti line out yet, but swear by hydro flask stuff.
Do they make a lid for those?

Looked it up, no lid...
So no love..
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Do they make a lid for those? Looked it up, no lid... So no love..
No lid, it's for drinking beer, no need for the lid as it won't be in there long enough!
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Dumb question, but do these fit in the Defender's cup holders?
the 30 doesn't fit in the stock 90 cup holders
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Just a heads up, This weekend (ends today) my local ACE is having the 20% bucket sale. Maybe yours is too.
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