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Thread: VS - Stainless Steel Cups, CastBoolits Logo

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    Update - HL goofed on the logo on my cup. it took me two months to notice it (i have a really oddly spelled handle...). Just happened to look at it and looked odd... I inquired about "fixing" it, but figured that couldn't be done. I was correct. I was just going to live with.

    But before I knew it, he sent me an IM saying a new cup is in the mail. I was shocked and offered to go halvsies with him. All he asked is that I let everyone know he stands by his work and corrects mistakes. Couldn't ask for more!

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    Got the Logo'd & Personalized Can Coolers in yesterday's mail. Quality of graphics and workmanship was outstanding, Thanx
    Livin' my dream in a little cabin on a mountain .....

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    Another plug for these. 109 does a nice job on the logo, and the cup keeps coffee hot and drinks/ice cold for a long time! Love mine!

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    UPDATED POST to offer free shipping. Thanks

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    The stainless cups work well for keeping the important things cold. Ever notice how home-made ice cream is always melting faster than you can eat it? Put one of these cups in the freezer for a few minutes to chill it, load it up with ice cream, no more melting problem. Works the same for root beer floats.

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    Seems these type cups are always walking from work....I got one now that shouldn't. Also my wife is using hers since it's got a handle and sliding cover. Can't count the "trial and replace" ones I've had to buy her. These are the best!
    Last edited by daengmei; 08-02-2017 at 05:07 PM.
    Most of the tanks are gone and the windows don't rattle anymore. I won't be able to sleep now.

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    I have a complaint.
    It took over a hr for my coffee to be cool enough for me to drink it after I poured it into my large stainless cup.
    It was still warm 3.5 hrs after it was poured.



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    Quote Originally Posted by HATCH View Post
    I have a complaint.
    It took over a hr for my coffee to be cool enough for me to drink it after I poured it into my large stainless cup.
    It was still warm 3.5 hrs after it was poured.



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    Called ice, but it does water down the caffeine. The large ones really do work well. Wife left one in truck, over an hour yesterday (this is after an hour drive mind you) when it was 94 outside, way over a hundred in the truck and still had ice floating in it.

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    Bump for the coming weekend!

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    Bump for the week

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    Bumping for update. Donations for Annual Fund Drive

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    Bump for the weekend

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    Bump!!!! for Monday

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    I'm interested in either the 20oz or 30oz, but more importantly do any of them allow you to use the yeti type straw?

    This is the one I'm looking at:

    http://yeti.com/rambler-tumbler-straw-lid

    Sensitive teeth and all, would love to keep my water in something with the logo on it.
    My feedback page if you feel inclined to add:
    http://castboolits.gunloads.com/show...raight-Shooter

    Thanks Yall!

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    I've got a couple of different straws. All fit. The slot is 0.315" wide on both the 20 and 30 oz. and the straws are 0.275" I'm unsure as to Yeti straws size. (don't see diameter on their page) The old RTIC Stainless steel straw would fit also.

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    OH, and my wife keeps one filled by the bed so she can water up all night. And keep me awake getting rid of it

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    Yes, the 30oz I know for a fact will work.
    My yeti lid fits and seals just fine on the 30oz CB cup.
    In fact it was on accident that I found out.
    Every morning I use me CB cup for coffee. I just grabbed a lid without looking and it worked. Later with more coffee in me, I noticed it said YETI on the lid. Fourth day and still seals just fine


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    Excellent thanks yall! Tired of using a styrofoam cup at the office anyways and now I can advertise for the forum.

    The yeti link was just the easiest to find, I'll stop at bucees on one of my drives once I have it in hand.
    My feedback page if you feel inclined to add:
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    Thanks Yall!

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    Got my two custom 30oz cups in today.
    They were better then expect.
    I was emptying the box of packing materials and was about to crush the box when I came across a little black box the size of a lighter.
    To my surprise



    Thanks for the bonus!!


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    Bump, will keep going at same price thru the month.
    Thanks! John

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    john do you have the small cups with lids?

    Guess its the 10 oz lowball?
    Looks kinda like the can holder one?

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