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Yeti Cups On Sale

Posted by bobby 
Yeti Cups On Sale
December 26, 2016 09:23PM
The Yeti Cups On Sale Rambler tumbler is the hottest, or should we say the coldest, thing in camping equipment these days.Walk into any Dick's Sporting Goods, Cabela's, or other camping store, and you can't miss the displays of Yeti tumblers, the hottest selling cold drink cup in history.Concrete contractor Chris Allender would love one for his job. "If it really works, it would be great," Allender said.
On a scorcher of a day, Davis left them on the curb outside the TV station and checked on them throughout the day.At two hours, most of the ice had melted inside all four Wholesale Yeti, but the water temperature was still cool.Five hours after she filled them, Davis started to separate the working cups from the slackers.
The water inside the Igloo tumbler was 90.3 degrees. It was 77.3 degrees in the Bubba Cup. The water was still in the 60s in both the Wholesale Yeti Cups and the Ozark Trail tumblers eight hours after they were filled.Finally, 21 hours later, the water in the Yeti was 71 degrees, while the water in the Ozark Trail cup was 68 degrees. Shoppers could almost buy four Ozark Trail tumblers for the price of one Yeti tumbler.
But here's the rub. The secret may be out, because Wholesale Yeti Tumblers was out of the 20-ounce tumblers at the time this story was published.The 30-ounce Ozark Trail tumblers are available at some stores. Be sure to check stock online before you head to the store.
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