- 1 Why are Yeti mugs being recalled?
- 2 What color is yeti coming out with next?
- 3 Do Yeti mugs go bad?
- 4 What is the most popular Yeti mug?
- 5 Can you fly with Yeti Cup?
- 6 What does registering your Yeti do?
- 7 How long does it take Yeti to restock?
- 8 What color Yeti should I get?
- 9 Is Yeti discontinuing seafoam?
- 10 Why is YETI so expensive?
- 11 Why are YETI cups so expensive?
- 12 Can you take rubber seal off YETI?
- 13 Can you put alcohol in Yeti?
- 14 Are Yeti mugs worth it?
Why are Yeti mugs being recalled?
YETI is issuing a voluntary product recall of the Rambler® 20 oz Travel Mug with Stronghold Lid. The lid’s MagSlider™ and mug contents can be expelled if the mug is filled with hot liquid, sealed with the lid, and agitated or inverted, which can pose an injury hazard.
What color is yeti coming out with next?
NEW COOLER COLORS Now available in Coral, Chartreuse, and Navy. Now available in Coral, Chartreuse, and Navy.
Do Yeti mugs go bad?
Your cup should work just as well in 5 years time as it does today. It shouldn’t get worse at keeping ice as time goes on. If it is getting worse at keeping ice then it is likely broken or has an issue.
What is the most popular Yeti mug?
Our top choice is the YETI Rambler 30-Ounce Stainless Steel Tumbler with MagSlider Lid. Its size is ideal for coffee or tea drinkers who enjoy their caffeine throughout the day. YETI Ramblers are stainless steel and feature double-walled vacuum insulation.
Can you fly with Yeti Cup?
People bring them all over the place, so it’s no surprise that they are one of the most common items to pass through airport security. Fortunately, Yeti cups are allowed on airplanes, both as a carry-on and in checked baggage. The only requirement is that they are empty when you pass through the security checkpoint.
What does registering your Yeti do?
Stay up-to-date on what’s new from YETI and receive a thank you gift when you complete the registration process. Please note – a gift will not be sent for drinkware purchases.
How long does it take Yeti to restock?
Most shipments will take an additional 1-7 business days. For customized product, including collegiate and prepared designs, processing can range from 1-2 weeks.
What color Yeti should I get?
Go into any store that stocks Yeti and chances are you’re going to find a white cooler in stock. White is also the best color for ice retention as it reflects the most light/heat and thus will keep ice slightly longer than dark colored Yeti’s like the Charcoal.
Is Yeti discontinuing seafoam?
Sad to see that this is being discontinued.
Why is YETI so expensive?
Why are YETI coolers so expensive? There are two pretty simple answers: technology and marketing. The Austin, Texas-based company was founded by the Seiders brothers: two avid outdoorsmen who felt there weren’t any coolers on the market that kept their catches, kills, and beverages cold enough for long enough.
Why are YETI cups so expensive?
Yeti tumbler cups are expensive because Yeti’s branding means people are willing to pay the higher price. They are dishwasher safe (no other brands are), extremely durable and insulate well, but they don’t insulate better than competing brands. You mainly pay a premium for the YETI logo.
Can you take rubber seal off YETI?
To clean a Yeti Tumbler Cup properly the main body of the cup can go in the dishwasher. However, to clean the lid properly you must remove the rubber gasket from the lid and scrub both the rubber gasket and the lid to prevent any grime or mould from building up.
Can you put alcohol in Yeti?
YETI Drinkware is over-engineered. Our stainless steel Tumblers, Bottles, Colster® Can Insulators, Mugs, Wine Tumblers, Stackable Pints and Jugs are designed with double-wall vacuum insulation, and a No Sweat™ Design. The tumblers will keep your soda, beer, wine, smoothie, or mixed drinks ice cold.
Are Yeti mugs worth it?
The YETI Rambler has an appealing design and solid build. But the mug’s flaws—specifically the poor insulation performance and inability to close the lid—mean it’s not the best option for most buyers. Other mugs at a similar (or even lower) price point do a better job of keeping your drink hot/cold for longer.