The Coldest and Yeti 12 oz. bottles went to a 24 hour ice test. Both bottles were filled with ice and water. Both bottles were checked for temperature after 24 hours. And it turns out that the coldest is at 42°F, while the Yeti is at 68°F. The difference is very clear, with the coldest bottle being 23°F colder than the YETI bottle.

Both bottles achieve quality when it comes to appearance because of their design, durability because of the materials, being earth-friendly and reducing the excessive use of plastics. But when it comes to maintaining the coldness of our drinks, The experiment demonstrates that the coldest performs best.

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July 03, 2022 — Jen Cold