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    Default Yeti mug

    For Christmas my wife got me a yeti mug. Iíve been using it for six months and itís my go to mug. It keeps my hot drinks hot and the cold drinks cold. I wouldnít use it over a fire but, no complaints.


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    I've got a few. They are great.
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    #3 son gave me one several years ago. It's the Rambler 32oz Tumbler. When I finish my second one full of coffee each morning I know I've had enough for the day. I use it only for coffee. I've got another one (different brand 32 oz) that I use for cold water. I've found that if I fill the yeti with ice and tea, it becomes a big solid piece of iced tea. Yeti stuff is really good for what it's made for. I have a medium sized (48 qt I think) ice chest. I haven't had any ice melt in it yet.

    I have heard, don't know if it's true, that Yeti has made some anti-gun, Pro gun control statements and supported some gun control issues.

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    Yeti was offering price discounts and products through the NRA Foundation and they severed those ties last year.

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    I like the Simple Modern brand. They work about the same for less.
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    I hear ya. Itís the only yeti thing I have. I wouldnít have bought it for myself. Itís a good piece of gear for what it does. Another good piece of gear is my in-laws freezer. Itís been running since 1962. Lol

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    They discontinued their discount program for several organizations. I know a lot of people were shooting and blowing up their Yetis after news broke about it. I am not in a financial position to shoot, blow up or otherwise destroy two coolers, two 30 oz tumblers and two 14 oz coffee mugs. I will say that I have NRA and Duluth Trading stickers on the coolers.
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    They can have my Yeti Tumbler when they pry it from my cold dead hands!

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    I haven't bought one yeti.

    Actually, my dog's current favorite chew toy is a brick of yeti cheese. Now, I want to see someone milk a yeti....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan
    They can have my Yeti Tumbler when they pry it from my cold dead hands!


    I see what you did there. Yeti tumbler. Ice never melts. Nice job.

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