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Tumbler Or Fumbler


Everywhere you look, you can see someone carrying a tumbler or cup of some sort. The question we are going to answer for Shorians is; Which one is the best?

The Stanley Tumbler has many key abilities promised by the company. These features all make this cup extremely adored by many users around the world. “Stanley” promises their tumblers will stay cold for 11 hours, iced for 40, and hot for 8 hours. 

Yeti tumblers promise a little less insolation than others. This cup will stay cold for around 2-6 hours, Ice for 12-18 hours, and hot for up to 4 hours. 

Simply Modern, is a cheaper alternative to the name-brand cups, which also offers long-time insulation, promising 12+ hours hot for your morning cup of coffee or 24+ iced for your water. 

“I use a different brand than Yeti for hot drinks; I don’t know if it’s the lid or what,” said Leslie Houston. 

Over a number of interviews, many Shorians agreed that Yetis do not meet their promised heat requirements. Although that may not be the worst thing, it is still not as promised on their website. 

Bailey Winters, a campus monitor here at Lake Shore, stated “I would say cold and hot are correct, but the iced I don’t think is correct”.

There were mixed opinions about the ice for the Stanley Tumblers. Many were saying the ice does last but many were also saying that the ice wouldn’t last that whole 40 hours. This is very interesting because every Stanley is the same and most ice is the same concept. 

“I either like yeti or an off-brand,” said Timothy Lyon Jr. a fellow senior here at Lake Shore High School. 

This opinion was very popular throughout multiple interviews which is surprising considering the data shown. However, Dalton Rutt, a junior, said that he preferred the size options the Stanley Tumblers offer.

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Nathaniel DeCoopman, Staff Writer
Nathaniel DeCoopman is a Senior at Lake Shore High School. Some of his school hobbies include music and work. DeCoopman likes business and building renovation, which leads his journey out of high school to college.
Teagan Byrnes, Staff Writer
Teagan Byrnes is a 17-year-old senior at Lake Shore High School. Byrnes has four siblings. Byrnes did track in 7th grade and participated in hurdles and high jumps. Outside of school, Byrnes likes to spend money and spend time with their boyfriend.

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