YETI YRAMB64 Rambler 64oz Stainless Steel Bottle via Woot
Perfect for remote campsites and harsh worksites alike, the 64oz Bottle takes insulation to the next level. Our double-wall vacuum insulation keeps drinks ultra-cold or piping hot for hours so you can take on the day without worrying about your resources.More Info
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TECHNOLOGY & FEATURES
Unlike narrow-mouthed water bottles that are a hassle to fill or rinse, our Rambler™ 64oz Bottle has a wide opening – our Over-the-Nose™ Technology – for easy loading, drinking, and cleaning. And with the insulated TripleHaul™ Cap in place, you won’t lose a drop.
- 18/8 STAINLESS STEEL: Made with kitchen-grade stainless steel, so they’re puncture- and rust-resistant.
- DOUBLE-WALL VACUUM INSULATION: Keeps cold drinks cold and hot drinks hot until the last sip.
- DISHWASHER SAFE: Because no one needs more work to do.
- TRIPLEHAUL™ CAP: The 100% leakproof cap with a 3-finger grip.
- OVER-THE-NOSE™ TECHNOLOGY: Extra-wide opening for easy loading, drinking, and cleaning.
YOU DO THE MATH
64 ounces. That’s a lot of coffee, margaritas, or ice cold water. Designed durable, this bottle is meant to be clipped on, tossed in, and rolled around the campsite, worksite, river or anywhere you know you’ll be needing serious refreshment.
DRINKWARE FOR THE WILD
No matter where you’re going or how long you stay, enjoy your ice-cold or piping hot beverages with the virtually indestructible YETI Rambler Bottle.
As of this posting, Woot has this for just $33.32. That’s an outstanding deal for this growler. Amazon Prime Members [Try Prime for Free], get another 10% off – making it just.. $29.99 and get free shipping to most US addresses. Available today 7/17/18 only, while supplies last. Compare pricing below.
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