- 1 How do I customize my Yeti Cup?
- 2 Can Yeti mugs be engraved?
- 3 Can you put a picture on a Yeti?
- 4 How long does it take Yeti to customize?
- 5 How do I add a logo to my Yeti?
- 6 What do you put in a Yeti Cup?
- 7 Are yetis dishwasher safe?
- 8 Can you engrave a colored yeti?
- 9 What can I use on tumblers instead of epoxy?
- 10 What should I name my yeti?
- 11 Is Yeti made in China?
- 12 What is better yeti or RTIC?
How do I customize my Yeti Cup?
HOW TO CUSTOMIZE YETI DRINKWARE
- Step 1: CLICK “DRINKWARE” You’ll see it in the navigation at the top of the page on YETI.com.
- Step 2: PICK PRODUCT.
- Step 3: PICK COLOR.
- Step 4: CLICK ” CUSTOMIZE IT”
- Step 5: DESIGN SIDE 1.
- Step 6: DESIGN SIDE 2 (optional)
- Step 7 (Optional): CUSTOM ARTWORK UPLOAD.
- Step 8: ADD TO CART.
Can Yeti mugs be engraved?
Your Yeti will be laser engraved, meaning the marking is permanent and will not wear away like printing or vinyl. Every YETI Rambler is engineered for the toughest and roughest conditions in mind. These stainless steel tumblers are made to keep your drink as cold (or hot!) as you want until the very last sip.
Can you put a picture on a Yeti?
CAN YETI CREATE MY LOGO? While we will do our best to make your design look great on the Rambler, we do not create new logos or provide edits to uploaded artwork as part of our service. Be sure to upload your logo exactly as it is intended to look on the Rambler for the best outcome.
How long does it take Yeti to customize?
Order processing will vary depending on the products purchased. For non- customized products please allow 1-5 business days for your order to be processed. 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.
How do I add a logo to my Yeti?
First, pick out a YETI drinking vessel, hard cooler, or dog bowl. Then choose from our broad collection of design galleries, or, upload a personal design. Either way, your mark will last as long as the YETI it’s on. The only place to officially customize your YETI is right here.
What do you put in a Yeti Cup?
If you’re looking for some design inspiration, check out these 10 custom YETI designs.
- Jack Daniel’s. Etsy/HighMaintenanceDes.
- Texas Roses. Etsy/FrilleysDesigns.
- Camo Cup. Etsy/VinylGifts.
- Monogrammed Antlers. Etsy/JensVinylDecals.
- Follow Your Arrow. Etsy/LoveEverythingVinyl.
- Hydro Dipped Marble.
- Glitter Dipped.
- Floral Lace.
Are yetis dishwasher safe?
Legendary YETI durability doesn’t stop inside your dishwasher; thanks to rugged 18/8 stainless steel construction, your YETI cup is safe and sound. For average coolers and cups, the dishwasher can be a forbidden frontier. But your YETI tumblers and bottles are built to handle almost anything, no matter your plan.
Can you engrave a colored yeti?
The Yeti Elements Series can be fully customized with logos and text. Both color options, Yeti Rambler Copper and Yeti Rambler Graphite, have a unique metallic look and can be engraved, making each Rambler one-of-a-kind!
What can I use on tumblers instead of epoxy?
Brite Tone – If you want ONE item to use instead of epoxy, this would be it. You want to use Brite tone on every single cup. It is the best quality top coat they have that once it is cured, is shinier and more durable than epoxy!.
What should I name my yeti?
Another name for a yeti is ” abominable snowman.” While most people consider the yeti to be a legend, there are those who believe it’s a real human-like creature that lives in Nepal and Tibet.
Is Yeti made in China?
WHERE ARE YETI PRODUCTS MANUFACTURED? Our Tundra coolers are manufactured in the USA at facilities located in Iowa and Wisconsin as well as at a facility located in the Philippines. Our Hopper coolers and Rambler drinkware are manufactured in China.
What is better yeti or RTIC?
Yes, RTIC beats YETI pretty much across the board when it comes to cost — and most people are going to be perfectly happy with the way the lower-priced gear performs — but if you’re going to put things through their paces and potentially subject them to high levels of punishment, you may be better off paying a slightly