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The YETI Rambler Replacement Lid is a lid for your Rambler Tumbler. The replacements are available for all tumbler sizes, just make sure you order the correct one. These dishwasher safe, shatterproof lids can take a beating, but we know life happens and your friend can steal one, your kid loses one, it falls in the fire during a weird game of miniature Frisbee. I hope none of this happens to your lid, but if it does, here is the replacement to get your Rambler up and running again.
Rated 2 out of
Love my Rambler cup HATE THE TERRIBLE DESIGNED LIDPurchased my 30oz. Rambler 3 weeks ago and love the cup itself. Does great with cold drinks. Hot drinks do not last near as long. The lid is terrible! A $40 coffee cup that can't keep a drink from sloshing through both the vent hole and the drink spout? Plus I don't know what others think on this but when drinking with the lid on does the lid not hit you right on the nose? Really? I am working on making a double seal lid (one seal inside and one over the outside) for mine with a inside splash guard. When I get this completed I will be sure to post pics to show Yeti how its done! Have the Tundra50 love it. Hate the Rambler! Thanks
Date published: 2016-06-14
Rated 5 out of
Replacement lidI recently unknowingly left my 30 oz Rambler on the roof of my truck. After about a mile of driving, I heard a noise towards the rear of the cabin that I assumed was some gear shifting. About a mile later as I turned onto the major thoroughfare I heard more noise toward the rear of the cabin again & as I looked in my rear view mirror I discovered my Yeti flying down the road. I stopped to recover it and found the lid had blown off, the Rambler had a few scratches and one pretty good dent just above where the side expands. Ordered a new lid and things are good to go. I use the dent as a thumb niche.
Date published: 2015-04-22
Rated 2 out of
Fits well, but design is flawedThe biggest complaint I have with this is that the lid is clear, allowing sunlight in, which melts the ice. I have experimented on numerous occasions and if I leave my Yeti in the car, in the shade, the ice stays. If I park where sunlight gets in the car, the ice melts.
The other issue is that the lid doesn't close. I have found small flies in my drink, and now I am paranoid about bugs getting in. I have almost stopped using my Yeti because of these issues. I came online to see if there have been any new lid designs, and there have not.
Otherwise, the lid fits really snug and it is easy to sip from. We usually shove a straw down the hole, just to make it easier to drink from when driving.
Date published: 2016-06-07
Rated 1 out of
A LID THAT DOES NOT SPILL..........PLEASE!!My husband and I have two sons. Each member of our family owns a YETI cooler! We keep one at the lake and the beach, keep one in Tuscaloosa, AL for "game days" and at home. Have never been disappointed with the quality of YETI products. That is however, not until I purchased both sizes of the YETI cup. Actually both cups are superior in quality. The lids however, have a lot to be desired. I actually thought the lids were spill proof when I purchased them. When I started to wash them at home, I realized they were not spill proof. Quite honestly, I would not of purchased them if I had realized this initially. PLEASE make a spill proof lid. I am about to select "10" in recommending YETI to a friend, not the cups!
Date published: 2015-03-27
Rated 5 out of
Need a Sealable Lid!!Just recently discovered how awesome Yeti is when my daughter gave me one for my 70th birthday! But I agree with many others that you need a resealable lid. I too have used a large plastic bag but the contents splash out and make a mess of the inside of the bag. I have tried using a cluster of Starbucks green cup sealers but they are too skinny at the bottom. With the high level of excellence of your products I cannot understand why you have not yet come up with a lid for transporting our
precious Yeti. Come on design team, get on the ball......need this before my 80th birthday!!!!
Date published: 2016-02-21
Rated 4 out of
Will V from
Great lid. Needs a way to seal it for travelBought this for my Yeti Lowball glasses (which in my opinion should come with a lid). I have both size Ramblers as well, so I knew the kids were tough already. They fit the Lowball well and help keep coffee hot and drinks cold. However, I wish there was a way to seal them up so that they wouldn't leak during travel. Yeti engineering, how about making a plug/stirring spoon combo that could be plugged into the mouth opening of the lid to keep it from splashing coffee everywhere in my truck. I know that your engineering gniouses could figure out a burley solution.
Date published: 2015-11-21
Rated 4 out of
Chris D from
Great CupI learned the hard way that this cup keeps my coffee hotter than any other cup I tried when I dropped it off the back of my truck pulling out of my driveway. I didn't realize it until I came home and went I looking at the end of my driveway where I saw the cup with a couple small scratches and the broken lid which had been run over. Without the lid my coffee stays as hot as most other insulated cups I've used, which still says great things about the YETI tumbler. Now I'm buying two lids.
My one issue is the lid should attach more securely, perhaps screw on, or better yet be leak proof so I can use it while on the motorcycle.
Date published: 2015-09-04
Rated 1 out of
Lid. Lid. LidI hate to give a 1-star review, but I think it's the only way to get the designers to take notice. This cup is great! I have the 30 oz and started to use it in place of the Tervis I previously used daily. However, the lid situation is about to get this product shelved until a better design is released. The angle of the opening isn't the best for smooth, no drip flow, and like others have said, this fact this cannot be closed is the worst! Please. Please. Please. Put the engineering and manufacturng departments to work on a solution!