YETI -12 oz Rambler JR Kids Bottle

YETISKU: 79298
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Color: Alpine Yellow
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Sale price$25.00
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Description

Rambler® Jr. is a small-and-mighty kids bottle over-engineered for your little wild ones. This 12 oz. powerhouse inherited double-wall vacuum insulation from its Rambler predecessors, carrying on the family legacy by locking in ice-cold water through backyard campouts and breaks between tag. As a well-deserved convenience for you, we made sure its Straw Cap (which comes included by the way) is leak resistant when closed and both the bottle and cap are dishwasher safe. Plus, it’s engineered with a super strong, stainless steel armor that won’t flinch through bumps and drops on account of slippery hands.

 

Technology & Features

  • DISHWASHER SAFE

    Because one less chore sounds nice.


  • 18/8 STAINLESS STEEL

    Rugged and ready for adventures.


  • DOUBLE-WALL VACUUM INSULATION

    Keeps drinks ice cold.

ADDITIONAL FEATURES


  • DURACOAT™ COLOR

    Won't crack or peel.


  • BPA FREE

    So they can safely sip without a worry in the world.


  • NO SWEAT™ DESIGN

    Keep their hands dry - critical when summiting the jungle gym.

     

    Dimensions & Specs

    • OUTSIDE 8 1/4" × 3"
    • EMPTY WEIGHT 16 oz

    Care & Maintenance

    The best way to drink on the move? The Rambler® Straw Cap — a one-handed flipping operation (that comes included with every Rambler® Jr. Bottle by the way).


    Step 1: Flip open top.

    Step 2: Remove the straw and place in the dishwasher’s utensil compartment. For more thorough cleaning, use a small cleaning brush.

    Step 3: Remove the circular cap gasket and place in the dishwasher’s utensil compartment, then place cap on the top rack of the dishwasher (with mouthpiece flipped open).

    Step 4: To reassemble, ensure all parts are dry before reinstalling and storing. Look closely at the gasket, you’ll notice there are two “blades,” one stands out farther than the other. The flat side of the gasket goes against the cap, blades out, larger blade on top.

    Please note: For more information on how to clean your Rambler, please visit our Rambler Cleaning Guide.

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