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Old 05-17-2018, 11:58 AM
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Anybody have one of those stainless insulated beer bottle coozie things?
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Was thinking of picking one up for when it's hot outside. I know I could just drink faster...
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My beers don't get a chance to warm up.
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I have the yeti can coozie ( it was a gift I swear ) I actually bought it myself and it works very well . 90' day at the pool and the last sip seems to be about as cold as the first even after long periods of time ( like 3-4 minutes)
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not that one, i have the can/bottle ones from walmart for ~$5. They were selling 3 packs at sams for $12 last summer.
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I was gifted the can version. Yes it keeps your beer cold.
I drink fast enough though that it doesn't matter.
I finally gave up on it because 1.) the can sits too low, not giving me much room for my bottom lip and 2.) the weight of it always made me think that I had more beer left, when in fact, it was empty. The constant disappointment was too much for me to handle.
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No. That one just doesn't make sense to me. You shouldn't need to insulate a beer for that long. On top of that it looks heavy and probably slippery unlike other cozies.
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Just go to a heavy.machinery convention with a big trade show. You'll pick up all the coozies you want that say Ringpower, Tigercat, John Deere, Kamatsu, Case, etc. My Cat coozie is my favorite for the boat and it stays in the radio box.
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Have one, sits on the shelf. I drink my beer quicker than needed, doesn't fit in a cup holder, heavy and when it drops it drops hard.... foam koozies work just as well.
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I have the Bottle Keeper. Love it! Doesn't keep the beer any colder than a koozie (not that I let it get warm), but it seals the beer and keeps it from spilling or from sand getting in it.
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I have the Bottle Keeper. Love it! Doesn't keep the beer any colder than a koozie (not that I let it get warm), but it seals the beer and keeps it from spilling or from sand getting in it.
I have one of these too and I like it. Other advantages are that it helps protect the bottle from breaking, and it looks like a water bottle in case you are enjoying a cold one where such things might be frowned upon, like TX State parks.
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The Yeti ones actually work really well.... I am told...
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They are great. Keeps beer cold all day. Stick one in there in the AM on the way to work, and still cold for the ride home.
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Neoprene koozie is the way to go. This is one matter on THT in which I have MUCH experience.
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I have several of these and they work great.

https://www.chillingthemost.com/stor...Insulator.html
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They work great, but are very heavy and slide around very easily. Oh, and may not fit in your cup holder. I much prefer the neoprene ones, but my wife likes the metal one.
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If you need a coozy of any style, you're drinking too slow.
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The only coozy that serves a good purpose is one for cans that disguises as A Coke
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No. That one just doesn't make sense to me. You shouldn't need to insulate a beer for that long. On top of that it looks heavy and probably slippery unlike other cozies.
not a big beer drinker, but I've always felt a coozie was half for grip too.

If i am drinking beer, chances are it's hot out, and I'm thirsty.

My rule of thumb for Coozies is if I told doesn't fold in half and fit in my back pocket, I'm not bothering with it.
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Got a few for free when I bought my last excavator. I don't like them as a hand held koozie but what I did find is they work great to transport beer. I use them to replace a small cooler or whatever when I am out doing aomething. The regular neoprene ones are the best for a hand held koozie.
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Best thing I did with my Yeti koozie was remove the top, slipped a foam koozie around it, and drink vodka from it like a cup.
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