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YETI Rambler Bottle - 36oz


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    15 Reviews


    A bottle of all trades.

    For argument's sake, there's nothing more gnarly than lukewarm coffee with cream when you're frozen to the bone in the blind. However thanks to the Yeti 36oz Rambler Bottle your hot beverages stay toasty and your frosty ones stay chilled until they're long gone and you're pining for more. Designed with a hardy stainless steel exterior, the Rambler is equipped to take on all variations on the theme of adventure while the No Sweat design and Double Wall Vacuum Insulation keep your beverages cool and bottle perspiration free. Not to mention, the Rambler's Over-The-Nose construction makes sipping shnoze-free and easy to clean.

    • BPA free
    • Stainless steel
    • Double Wall Vacuum Insulation
    • Over-the-Nose valve
    • No Sweat design
    • 36 ounces
    • Item #YET000Z

    Tech Specs

    stainless steel
    36 oz
    Recommended Use
    casual, traveling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    5 years

    Tech Specs

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    Keeping me cool for days

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I got this bottle after my frustrations with Patagonia's version of the double wall. What I love about this bottle is the huge mouth that accommodates even the bridge of my nose. The build is tops and when I fill it up with ice water, I still have remnants of ice 2-3 days later when left in my work backpack getting ready for the next work day. Now I do have to say, that being that there are probably hundreds of companies with knock offs, the Yeti isn't as special anymore. my buddy got a knock off for 19 dollars for the same size bottle which looks almost identical minus the YETI stamp. We filled both of our bottles up with the same amount of ice and water and checked them out periodically over a week long road trip. Both of our bottles still had some ice at almost 72 hours. That said the price tag is really hefty for the name. Other than that, the bottle does exactly what I bought it to do, and that is to keep stuff cold for a whole 12 hour shift at the hospital. If your looking for a bottle like this one, I would probably tell you unless your buying the name, there are plenty of other bottles out there that are identical to this one. As far as build and durability, this bottle doesn't dent and blemish easy like my Patagonia did. The steel is top notch. I can't say that the knock offs are as good in that category.

    yeti does it again

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    you can not go wrong with this water bottle, even though you will pay a little bit more for them, they are so worth it. they keep your drinks warmer and colder for longer. and feel more durable then most water bottles.

    Great design, great insulation

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    This is my first Yeti item and so far I think it holds up to the Yeti brand that I had imagined and really does an excellent job of insulating for the long haul. Recently had it filled with cocoa for 10 hours and it was toasty to the last drop. Haven't tried keeping anything cold yet, but looking forward to testing it out when the weather warms up. Another great thing about this bottle is the lid. At first, I thought it was going to be cumbersome, but the large grip handle makes for easy carrying even with a light pair of gloves on. Also clips well onto carabiners!

    perfect for travel and also good growler

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    So im into craft beer and sometimes i remember i have this in the car when im out, so i go and drink the water and take it inside to get a refill to take home, keeps the beer nice and cold and seals up the foam nicely... its also great for water :-D

    can't be beat

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Before the Rambler was produced, i wrote a review saying the Stanley was the best thermos out there. This thing puts the Stanley to shame. The downside is that it's a little big and heavy, but that's the tradeoff with having bomber insulation. Case in point: i boiled water at 5am. At 3pm, it was still too hot to drink. This was in temps ranging from 30-60 thruout the day. It's expensive and Yeti never goes on sale, but if u can bite the bullet, you will not do any better than this. Hunting, fishing, skiing, u name it, this will work

    Cold Water

      I've also taken for granted that the water in my bottle is going to get warm so it was a bit of a revelation to take this on a hike for the first time. Over the weekend I added a cocktail ice sphere and cold water from my tap and had refreshingly cold water my entire 5 hour hike. The bottle is a little bigger than I'd like and the price is hard to swallow but the performance is hard to argue with.

      Awesome Bottle!!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This Bottle will keep your Ice coffee, Ice Cold all Day and then some!! I am getting the bigger one next!! Amazing

      Perfect All Year Round

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Great for full day fishing trips in Fall and Winter where hot tomato soup can keep you warm on the river, and big enough for two people to share. This is also an amazing gift for the avid hunter, fisherman, hiker, skier and outdoors person who spends any time in cold weather.

      Best Thing EVER!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I got this for my husband as a father's day gift for a better take to work option of a water bottle. He's fairly obsessed with cold water and this thing is amazing at keep water cold. He's had it in the car on 90 degree days and comments that the water seems colder 8 hours later.

      What's the base diameter?