YETI Rambler Magslider Mug - 30oz

YETI Rambler Magslider Mug - 30oz
YETI Rambler Magslider Mug - 30oz
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Rambler Magslider Mug - 30oz by YETI
Science has given us a lot of really wonderful, magical things--like computers, electricity, marshmallows, and the Yeti 30oz Rambler Mug, just to name a few. However, the Rambler sets itself apart from the rest of the aforementioned science-y things with its ability to keep cold beverages crispy-cool and hot beverages nice and toasty. To achieve such a feat, the 18/8 stainless steel construction features a double-wall vacuum insulation to assure adaptive thermoregulation, while the DuraCoat finish promotes added longevity and adds a nice stylistic touch. Additionally, the Ramble is equipped with a crystal clear Magslider lid, which makes for a smooth open-and-close. Plus, the magnetic within the Magslider lid is removable, so you can take it out for easy-peasy cleaning--which is science too, right'

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