Best thermos?

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  1. kennyg

    kennyg Die Hard Bowhunter

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    If the ozark trail ones are as good as the 20 ounce Tumblr I would second that. Except for it being loud. I have a yeti Tumblr and then Ozark Trail Tumblr and they are exactly the same and quality. The only difference is the rubber gasket on the Ozark Trail sometimes gets folded up when you put the lid on. I'm going to look into that one with the neoprene cover though
     
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    This is what I'm going to be packing along this year. No spills. Fits great right inside the side pocket of my pack.


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    Right now artic is running 30% off so you might want to take a look at them.
     
  4. kennyg

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    Thanks for the heads up on the neobottle, just ordered 2
     
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    When doing morning sits I've started taking my 32 OZ yeti mug with me full of piping hot coffee ☕️ & if I don't drink it all by the end of the hunt it's still HOT! I think 32 oz is about all I could handle while hunting or I'd have pee every 10 minutes!


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    Ive seen tests on the Yetis, Ozark Trails, and Rtic. The Rtic failed, as in didn't hold ice nearly as long, all the tests and the OT held up just as well as the Yeti, except the lid melted under heat before the yeti. But were talking like 300* heat.
     
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    I own a yeti roadie yeti 45 and a yeti 20oz man do they work
     
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    englum_06 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    May grab an Ozark Trail or a Yeti then!


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    Good post and information I needed.
     
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    Fast shipping too!

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    Does Ozark trail make a 36 ounce bottle or just the tumbler?
     
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    Just the tumbler that I know of
     
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    Just ordered the Neo myself! For that price it's worth a try!
     
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    I should have ordered a few more as gifts for deer camp
     
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    Yetis are good. My wife bought me a 20 oz Hydro Flask for a water bottle that I also use for coffee while bowhunting. It keeps liquids super cold or hot all day easily. I like it because I can put it in the pack all day without worry of spills or leaks and its a dull green so its not flashy in the stand or blind. So long as you clean it out well after each sit, it's still great to use for cold water as well.
     
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    Using the Neo for the first time today. Pour the coffee at 4 AM and it is still piping hot now, even with a little cream added. Although it is sitting in a room temperature truck. Not sure how it will last if they were outside all day
     
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    Bought the 2 neos and a Yeti 36oz! Should be here soon!
     

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