- Brand: YETI
- Capacity: 12 Fluid Ounces
- Color: Navy
- Product Dimensions: 3.25″W x 8.25″H
- Material: Stainless Steel
- YETI kids need a bottle that can keep up. Introducing Rambler Jr. – a small-and-mighty kids bottle over-engineered for your little wild ones
- Dishwasher Safe – As a well-deserved convenience to you, we made sure both the bottle and cap are dishwasher safe (because one less chore sounds nice)
- 18/8 Stainless Steel – Withstands all dents and drops and BPA-Free so they can safely sip without a worry in the world
- No Sweat Design – Keeps their hands dry – critical when summiting the jungle gym, and the Duracoat color won’t crack or peel
- Straw Cap – Ultra leak & shatter-resistant ideal for impromptu rowdiness. Recess is no match for the Straw Cap
J. Butler –
Bought this for my 2.5 year old to use starting this summer, so we’ve had it in heavy rotation for 4 months or so. His Contigo and Zulu cups didn’t last this long. I was tired of replacing them every couple of months. He’s very hard on everything he touches and LOVES to chew on things. And he’s chewed on this one, but it’s still usable, I can still clean it, and it still looks reasonably good! Seems to keep his drink cold for most of the day, but we only use it for ice water. Oddly, the silver part of the bottle at the top, where it screws in to the lid, will sweat sometimes! I don’t care. This is a workhorse kid’s cup. It’s never leaked as long as the spout is closed, and it’s not really leak-prone even if it’s open, in our experience. The underside of the lid has lots of crevices and deep recesses which would make it potentially hard to clean. We put the lid in the dishwasher along with the straw and clean the metal part by hand, though the instructions say it can also be washed on the top rack. AND the color has not chipped, though the bottom has dented a bit. It’s pretty heavy duty. I’m beyond pleased. I’m not going to bother with another brand.
Jennifer Branson –
This yeti is perfect for any child/adult. I wanted a yeti that I could put in my backpack pockets that wouldn’t spill. This cup is perfect for that. I use it everyday. It’s not too oversized or bulky.Great for kids who walk to school or play sports. There is a place for a clip so it can attach to with ease and it’s not too heavy.
We bought it for my 1 year old son. We never have him use a sippy cup and let him use a regular cup or use a straw to drink water or milk. He can hold it while walking without any problem. But our concern is if he end up dropping it on his feet, that’ll hurt him because there’s no detachable rubbber at the bottom. Cleaning is not really an issue since we primarily uses this to hold water. I just wash it with hot water or let it sit to a soapy hot water before rinsing and scrubbing the areas my brushes can reach. He’s teething right now so that was our buying factor since he won’t be able to bite the straw if he dares to compared to other straws where he had bit off the top and we’re concern he will choke with that silicone part. This is our first yeti product and we might buy more of it depending how this one holds.
Got a set of these to replace the plastic camelbacks because 1. I’m starting to feel iffy about plastic water bottles and thought stainless steel would be safer and 2. My kids chewed up the straws in the camelbacks. The straws on the yetis are a hard plastic, not chewy. I also like the nice solid color choices. Just beware the base is bigger than the camelbacks and didn’t fit in the graco car seat cup holders. Not a deal breaker for me though
Riley Roberts –
We bought after a recommendation from our friend with a similar aged toddler. It’s perfect size for our almost 2 year old (not too big or small). Keeps his water nice and cold and ice cubes frozen, essential as he loves ice water. It’s easy for him to carry and drink from without assistance and he can open and close the straw pretty well on his own. It leaks of straw is open and it is left on its side or held upside down. However, It is leak proof when the straw is closed which we are perfectly happy with since he is learning to be careful anyways. He’s already dropped it several times from the table without even a dent. We’ve now bought a second one because we like it so much.
James Abbott –
Impossible to break! I have gone through multiple cups for an autistic child all that broke, leaked or cracked from getting tossed around. This yeti tumbler is indestructible. It has been put to the test and survived. Thank you Yeti. We now have one at every household he visits. Couldn’t be happier.
Kimberly Fuller –
Love mine. Ordered these for the granbabies
My 6 year old uses this cup daily. Doesn’t leaK, keeps drinks cold/hot. We couldn’t live without this cup!