YETI Rambler water bottle
For those who love oversized drinking utensils, this bottle is ideal. It has a wide mouth, is supposed to be unbreakable, has a heavy design to keep it from rolling around in the wind, and has 36 ounces of free space. This Rambler is confident in all the claims made by YETI.
- Basically bulletproof
- Practical carrying handle
- Chug closure makes drinking easier
- Wide opening makes cleaning easy
- Does not keep the taste of drinks long The lid won’t leak
|21.9 oz. (620 g) (when empty)
|36 oz. (1.06 L)
|18/8 Medical Grade Stainless Steel, No Sweat Design
|Hot: 8-10 hours, Cold: 16-20 hours
|10.75 in. (27 cm)
|3.75 in. (9.5 cm)
|Rambler 18, Rambler 26, Rambler 64
|5-Year Limited Warranty
The YETI Rambler 36 is an extra large, durable insulated bottle for those who like to toss things around. The screw-on lid has a wide handle for easy carrying, and the bottle itself is nearly indestructible and can hold 36 ounces of liquid, more than other bottles in this class. Although the insulation isn’t the best, it will keep hot liquids warm for 8-10 hours and cold liquids cold for almost 16 hours.
Yeti Rambler 26oz Bottle with Chug Cap: First Impressions
Yeti’s reputation as a maker of rugged, virtually bulletproof beverage containers continues with the Rambler 20-ounce bottle with sippy cap. Made of stainless steel, this double wall vacuum water bottle will keep your drinks hot or cold. However, I found that I couldn’t keep my tea hot all night and preferred to keep my drink cold. The screw-on lid has a handle for easy carrying (although it’s unlikely to get dented if dropped), and there’s a screw-on plastic spout underneath the lid, which is basically a drinking cup. It is a mouthful and can be easily drunk without pouring. Water splashes on my face.
When filling or cleaning, simply remove the drink cap and the wide opening provides plenty of access. An added benefit is that it is dishwasher safe. It won’t sweat when filled with cold liquids, and won’t leak when rolled around in your backpack.
Compared to other hiking water bottles, this is a heavy and bulky piece of equipment. That’s why we prefer this bottle for car camping and picnics. It’s not cheap, but if you’re looking for something that will last you a lifetime of adventures, this is the bottle for you.
Yeti Rambler 26oz Bottle with Chug Cap: In The Field
What I like about this bottle: Very high quality and durable. This is a good thing because my water bottle gets damaged easily. I’ve dropped it a few times and it’s still like new. I really like the carrying handle on the lid. It’s not like you walk down the street holding it in your hand, but you just move it around. I admit it’s useful and I don’t drop it loudly and cause a fuss wherever I go.
The Yeti Rambler is the perfect everyday bottle for those looking for maximum temperature control and durability. What sets this bottle apart from other stainless steel models is its sturdy plastic handle lid and oversized construction. Note that durability comes at a price. At 26 ounces, his Yeti bottle is over 40% heavier than many bottles of similar size. B. Takeya. What Yeti calls a “three-finger grip” makes the bottle easy to grip and carry. Thanks to its sturdy construction, this bottle can withstand even the most extreme lifestyles. If it gets dirty, put it in the dishwasher.
At first glance, the Yeti looks more like a thermos than a water bottle. It is wider than other similarly sized bottles and lacks the typical spout. Overall, it’s a classic looking bottle suitable for boats and offices. We tried the classic stainless steel exterior bottle, which is perfect for an outdoor aesthetic, and there are more than a dozen color options throughout. Yeti also includes attractive pastel colors that may appeal to women and urban consumers.
Yeti is the only brand that makes double-walled stainless steel bottles that are 100% dishwasher safe. Another notable feature is the cap. Yeti recently released a new top-of-the-line design called the “Chug Cap.” This gives you the best of both worlds: more control with the spout and when you’re ready to refill. , unscrew to get maximum capacity (inch wide mouth). Consistently getting great reviews, Yeti is a value bottle for most consumers.
It can be really disappointing when you want to take a slow sip of your favorite drink and realize that the temperature has dropped significantly after taking the first sip. Until recently I was drinking from a typical plastic bottle and I can say that I will never go back. Reducing the use of plastic bottles is not only better for the environment, but drinks taste even better when they’re at the right temperature. From the woods to the water, the Rambler 26 and Chug Cap are extremely practical. Try it!