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YETI Cups – Worth the Hype?

Often we are challenged to drink enough water daily. Even Hillary Clinton has struggled to yeti reviewdrink enough water leading to dehydration. I too have had my struggles. That is, until I discovered the YETI brand products. You may be skeptical that YETI is just another insulated cup product that comes with a big price tag, I know I was. That is until I tried it. Within a week, I went from owning no YETI products and thinking they were hype to rushing to buy several sizes with my favorite size; the Rambler 10 oz. cup.

Yeti says in their ad “The Rambler™ 10 oz. Lowball is the ideal drinking companion at the deer lease or around the campfire. Whether it’s holding your first cup of coffee in the morning or that last nightcap, the double-wall vacuum insulation will keep your hot drinks hot and your cold drinks cold far longer than standard mugs or cocktail glasses. And unlike your favorite bourbon glass, this Lowball will never shatter or leave a ring on your coffee table.” Perhaps Yeti should redo their advertisement, though not quite as sexy as coffee or bourbon, it really does keep your water cold and delicious all day. I fill it up with ice water in the morning and when I leave work at least 8 hours later (after refilling with water many times) there is STILL ice left. A friend of mine even played a round of golf in North Carolina’s summer heat and there was still ice left over at the end of the day. By keeping my water ice cold throughout my work day, it is much more refreshing to drink. I now find I am surpassing my water intake goals of at least 32 ounces each day. I don’t have stock in YETI so have nothing to gain here. You do, however, if it helps you drink more water each day.

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