YETI Rambler Jr. 12 oz Kids Bottle, with Straw Cap

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  • 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 wont crack or peel
  • Straw Cap - Ultra leak & shatter-resistant ideal for impromptu rowdiness. Recess is no match for the Straw Cap


Rambler Half Gallon JugThe Rambler Half Gallon Jug is built to take on the wild, whether that’s rough tumbles from the truck cab or fishing the Texas flats in August. Like the rest of the Rambler series, it’s constructed from 18/8 Stainless Steel, has Double-wall Vacuum Insulation, and comes ready with our No Sweat Design. But this Rambler Jug is also outfitted with our MagCap and dock, so your cap is never out of reach while you grab a drink. The one- inch of lid insulation locks in your drink’s temperature unlike any other water jug out there. If you want to take your cold (or hot drinks) further for longer, Rambler Half Gallon Jug has you covered.The Half Gallon Jug is 10 in tall and 6 in wide.

Item model number ‏ : ‎ Y19-RAMBLERJR-NAVY

Department ‏ : ‎ Womens

Date First Available ‏ : ‎ August 22, 2019

Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ YETI

Best Sellers Rank: #172 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #12 in Water Bottles #86 in Education Supplies & Craft Supplies

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Customer Reviews: 4.9 out of 5 stars 21,124 ratings

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3.0 out of 5 stars | Beware: Hard to clean mildew from silicone on lid from straw hinge.
Color: Reef Blue
My twins have been using their kids ramblers since 2019 when they were 3 years old and it has held up and is an absolute great water bottle all around for almost 2 years, except for one but major concern: over time it is very difficult to thoroughly clean the silicone underneath the straw mouth piece that opens and closes (see pix). To see the silicone piece, open the straw halfway or at a 45 degree angle. We have only used it for water and I have tried so many ways to clean it (e.g. toothpick, small brush, submerged in boiling water) but unfortunately I can’t reach all the way in. I’ve also tried removing the spout (which would completely solve this issue) but it does not come off. I really wish this piece came off because everything else about this water bottle is great. I’d greatly appreciate it if someone knows a way to thoroughly clean the silicone or get underneath this area it or even know how to remove the straw mouth piece and I’d happily update my review. I checked on Yeti’s how to clean support page and it’s not removable. I’ve also tried to research online on ways to clean it but found none ☹️. I had reached out to Yeti previously with this concern but never received a response. I have another child who uses a hydro flask and noticed that the straw spout is removable and therefor easier to clean, however it doesn’t have the nice wide ergonomic handle as the Yeti. At this time, I’m looking for a new replacement because I just can’t keep that area clean anymore. Again these are great bottles, just keep an eye on that silicone area for mildew over time.
Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2021 by Jean

2.0 out of 5 stars | MADE IN CHINA
Color: Navy
Another product made in China - I don't know if it works or not - but I certainly wouldn't 29.95 for a thermos made there. Saw these in Whole Foods and decided to purchase 2 of them - what a disappointment! Should be mandatory on all items sold where the country is made. It's a rip off!
Reviewed in the United States on October 21, 2019 by Diane D

2.0 out of 5 stars | Yeti won’t stand by its warranty from this seller
Color: Harbor Pink
I ordered 2 of these and love the one that was not defective. However, the spouts on the pink one had a dent in it and the tip fell off. We got to use it for 1 week. I am unable to contact the seller for some reason and since I had registered the prof it with yeti, figured it would be no big deal. However, I was told by the yeti that because it says seller: AMAZON LLC, it is a possible fraud and they will not stand by the warranty. I am so disappointed in yeti and honestly just mad. When asked what registering the product does...I was told that it doesn’t help with the warranty, it’s just a way that yeti can thank you foe the purchase. Super disappointed. If someone from Amazon would contact me in regards to this, It would be greatly appreciated!
Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2020 by JTD

5.0 out of 5 stars | Better than hydroflask
Color: Navy
I like this way better than the Hydroflask water bottle. - hydroflask kid bottle comes with a silicone sleeve that guarantees your water bottle tips over if you accidentally knock it rather than it sliding a little. If you take the silicone sleeve off then the paint starts to chip off. The Yeti unpainted stainless steel on the bottom, so no paint to chip. - hydroflask handle is just big enough to skip one finger in and then inevitably catch on something and twist your finger off. Not really, but it’s awkward. The Yeti handle is big. Easy for little kids to hold. Easy to clip on to something. And if it falls right can keep the nozzle from touching the ground if you drop it. - on the hydroflask the bottom part of the nozzle is difficult to access to clean. On the Yeti the side of the bottom of the nozzle is exposed so I’m not worried about anything growing there that I can’t see. - the hydroflask lid has to be lined up just right or it won’t thread on right. My 5 year old certainly can’t do it. On the Yeti the threads are on the inside of the bottle so everything always gets lined up properly and is easy to put on. - the plastic on the yeti lid seems more durable. We have damaged the hydroflask lids but the yeti still looks like brand new. - the nubbin on the nozzle that plugs the air hole when closed is higher on the hydroflask than in the yeti. My friend’s kid chipped her tooth on that nubbin. So the lower the better. 12 oz is a good size too. I think I’m going to get one for myself.
Reviewed in the United States on December 6, 2019 by Kristen

5.0 out of 5 stars | Great Addition to Yeti Line
Color: Seafoam
We have, and love, the kids Hydroflask... what I don’t like is it’s too wide (with the silicon bumper) to fit in our stroller & car seat cup holders - not a deal breaker, but an inconvenience. I wanted to see how the Yeti compared. Size-wise, it’s taller but about the same width and has the same 12 oz capacity. The handle is easier for small hands to carry. Everything else about it (“leak”-proof, straw, flip top, insulation) seems about the same for the most part. I trust Yet’s durability and the extra straw is a major bonus, this cup will last a long time. If you already have a Hydroflask, I don’t think this cup is necessarily worth the upgrade. But if you deciding between the two, I’d recommend the Yeti!
Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2020 by McDermom

3.0 out of 5 stars | Check if yours works and is dented first
Color: Harbor Pink
The size is perfect for my daughter who just started preschool. They could either bring a water bottle or drink out of the fountain so we elected to try the Yeti Rambler over the Hydro flask we already have. This seems to be easier for her to carry around with the handle on top. Just be warned that it’s still not the easiest for a toddler to open and close. She could do it but it’s not as easy as thermos brand. People have complained about water coming out but no problems with ours. The biggest complaint I have is that it came in clearly dented. In the picture you can see a dent and a little paint coming off. I’m pretty disappointed since I’d have expected my toddler to do it, not to come broken already. She’s already started school so I don’t want to return since she needs something to drink from.
Reviewed in the United States on August 26, 2019 by Kindle Customer

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