YETI Rambler Travel Insulated Water Bottle, 36-Ounce
Last updated: December 17, 2021
We looked at the top Insulated Water Bottles and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Insulated Water Bottle you should buy.
In our analysis of 26 expert reviews, the YETI Rambler Travel Insulated Water Bottle, 36-Ounce placed 11th
when we looked at the top 11 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below
From The Manufacturer
Insulating power of a Rambler Tumbler in bottle form, with enough power to keep your water cold until the very last drop. Leak-proof Triple Haul Cap protects your truck cab or day pack from spills; complete with 3-finger grip. This Double-Wall Vacuum Insulated water bottle has the power to keep your water cold (or coffee hot) until the last sip. 18/8 stainless steel construction stands up to even the toughest of conditions. The 36 oz. Rambler Bottle is 3 ¾ inches in diameter and 10 ¾ in high.
What experts liked
A reliable bottle—it kept our drinks cool over a long period, and it has never leaked.
An extra large, rugged insulated bottle meant for those who like to throw stuff around. The screw-in lid has an extra-wide grip for easy carry, the bottle itself is nearly unbreakable, and it holds 36 ounces of liquid, more than other bottles in this class.
The Yeti performed extraordinarily well in drop tests, especially when dropped on its body. The bottle had some small denting on the bottom, but it barely had any wobble to it, which is really saying something after being dropped onto concrete three times.
Highly functional storage for hot and cold liquids. Durability is a big plus. Does a great job keeping the hot stuff hot and the cold stuff cold.
One interesting feature is that the threads for the bottle’s lid are set down slightly inside of the bottle’s wide mouth opening, such that the lid slides inside and twists shut, rather than enclosing over top of the threads like most wide mouth water bottles. This is a neat design which gives the YETI a feeling of additional compactness.
What experts didn't like
The lip and heft of that bottle make it less pleasing to drink out of.
The insulation is not the absolute best around.
Costs a little more than our overall pick.
Pricey. The Rambler 36, empty, weighs about a pound and a half. This makes it among the heaviest water carry options on the market.
It’s also worth noting that the YETI is somewhat lacking in the selection department in terms of looks and sizes when compared to Hydro Flask. Not to mention, the YETI Rambler bottles don’t really have any accessories.
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