The YETI Rambler 30 oz. tumbler is made from vacuum insulated, double walled stainless steel to keep your drink cold even in the hot, steamy environment of a shower. And while that construction isn’t totally unique, it was the YETI’s MagSlider lid that garnered a lot of praise.
I absolutely adore my Yeti 30oz tumbler with magnetic lid and I use it to drink in the shower almost daily (and literally everywhere else I go)
In addition to keeping your bev safe, it also keeps it either refreshingly cold or dangerously hot for hours.
I know there’s definitely a cult of Yeti thing going on right now, but it’s absolutely for a reason. - TheHumanElement
I haven’t used a yeti (kleen kanteen here) but i’m sure it insulates just as well as the rest.
When I think of drinking in the shower/tub I want two things,
Some kind of lid to keep most of the water out,
and insulation to keep my drink at the right temp. - n7titan
Yep, mag-slider for the win. I prefer the 10 oz Rambler Lowball - it actually holds a 12 oz beer perfectly.
It also has the advantage of fitting in the shower caddy more securely. - Reventlov
Of course, many of you also (understandably) asked why you wouldn’t just drink straight out the beer can. That’s totally valid if your drink of choice comes in a can, but I’d add one caveat: you should get an insulated koozie to keep your drink cold; it’ll really pay dividends in a hot shower.