Tervis Tumbler Review
By mustang6560 on 9/28/11




We receive several inquiries over the course of a calendar year from companies looking to send us products to review. But, for this review, I contacted Tervis and asked the company to send us a few products to review because I think every golfer should consider purchasing one of its tumblers to carry their beverage on the course.

The company sent us a few golf themed tumblers so we'll be giving them away in the near future so stay tuned.

From Tervis:
Tervis tumblers have been proudly made in America since 1946. We carefully hand-assemble every piece here at home so its quality can withstand all of life's adventures. If singing were our specialty, we'd break out into a capella version of the Star-Spangled Banner right now. But don't worry, we'll just stick to offering high-quality products.
What separates Tervis from the competition is its double-wall insulated design. The design is brilliant for several reasons, but most notably, the double-walled insulation greatly reduces condensation on the exterior of the tumbler. Until I was introduced to Tervis (thanks bro), I was using a typical plastic water bottle and it would sweat like no other so every time I took a swig of H20 my hand would get sopping wet, which meant I would have to meticulously dry my hand before my next shot. The last thing you want as a golfer is for your grip to slip during the swing because your hand is moist. A Tervis tumber does collect condensation on the outside, but I would say it perspires while most plastic water bottles sweat.

Another reason the double-walled insulation is great is because you can use it for cold AND hot drinks. It might not seem impressive on the first read through, but when's the last time you put a hot cup of coffee into your plastic water bottle? Depending on the plastic, there's a strong possibility the heat generated by the hot liquid would make holding your water bottle uncomfortable. With a Tervis tumbler or mug, you can carry a hot beverage without any sort of discomfort. Winter is just around the corner and if you're a "four seasons" golfer, you'll need something hot on the course to keep your insides warm and fuzzy as you play.

Tervis offers a variety of different design themes so you'll be able to find the perfect fit for your taste. Whether you want to support your favorite Sports Teams, celebrate your favorite holiday or personalize your own tumbler, Tervis has something for everyone. The basic tumblers are available in multiple shapes and sizes and they start at around $11, while the personalized tumblers start at around $16. All Tervis products are microwave, freezer and dishwasher safe and come with a lifetime guarantee. The company says its tumblers are "virtually indestructible", so naturally we had to challenge this claim. The result, the claim appears to be true. Under normal wear and tear, the Tervis tumbler will hold up very well. But if you spike it into the ground, that's a different story.

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[ comments ]
srogers13 says:
Been using Tervis Tumblers for 10+ years, and only had one go bad out of approximately 20, and that one took 7 years to go bad.
9/28/11
 
guzzlingil says:
can you get them in your favorite teams logo.....??

say LSU Tigers.....
9/28/11
 
srogers13 says:
yes you can gil. I have Auburn and the Redskins, and I have family members with Alabama tumblers.
9/28/11
 
bobhooe says:
my Grandparents love these things
9/29/11
 
guzzlingil says:
sweet...thanks rogers..!
9/29/11
 
Backquak says:
They keep cold things cold and hot things hot longer because of the double-wall insulation, which is nice when its so hot that the ice in your regular cup melts before the 4th hole.
9/29/11
 
sjvtmv says:
I have several Tervis Tumblers. No sweating on the outside what so ever. Dropped one on the tile floor and broke the seal. They replaced it, no questions asked.
9/29/11
 
Torleif Sorenson says:
Ah, but Mustang Sally, the question is... will it blend?

www.youtube.com/watch?v=qg1ckCkm8YI
10/1/11
 
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