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Tervis Tumbler Insulated Glasses

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 2

Tervis Tumbler

What is a Tervis Tumbler?

There are many reasons that Tervis Tumblers are growing rapidly in popularity in the US. Using an inventive 2 walled design, insulated glasses keep cold drinks cold and hot drinks hot using nothing more than the air between the two layers. Tervis tumblers were invented in 1946 by two engineers names Frank Cotter and Howlett Davis who named their revolutionary drinkware by combining the last three letters of their last name. Tervis tumblers is the only insulated glasses manufacturer who can say after 65 years of faithful hand construction that they are the original tumbler. Don't be fooled by imitators, Tervis tumblers are the only tumbler cups to guarantee the following benefits:

Lifetime Guarantee - How To Replace A Tervis Tumbler

Unlike many imitators, the original Tervis tumblers are manufactured with a polymer that is over 10 times stronger than plastic. The result is a product that is nearly indestructible. You can take them out on the road with you, take them to work, throw parties, even kids can't break them. However, if you do manage to find a way to destroy your Tervis tumbler, they have a lifetime guarantee.

To get a replacement tumbler, simply go to their website and click on the "replacement request form" link. Print and fill out the replacement request and put in in the mail along with your defective insulated glass. Send the package to the address on the form and you should receive your replacement in as little as a few weeks.

Veratile, Stylish, and Functional

Tervis tumblers are multi-use insulated glasses that are great for cold or hot beverages. They can can keep coffee and tea warm for much longer than a traditional mug allowing you to enjoy your beverage at a pace that suits you. Ice cubes stay intact for hours in normal temperatures keeping your drink crisp and refreshing. People love the way tumblers look with their crystal clear polymer construction. Although they look like real glass, they don't have any of the disadvantages of a traditional glass like chipping, scratching or breaking.

The original Tervis tumblers are some of the most functional glasses as well. They are easy to hold and carry, and come in a variety of sizes. Ranging from 10oz to 24oz glasses, Tervis makes multiple styles of tumblers as well. Although their traditional glass shape is most popular, they offer mugs, cups, and even ice buckets. If you plan on using your tumbler on the go, they make lids and straws to keep your drinks safe from accidental spills in the car, at work, or at home. Some of the key benefits of the Tervis tumbler design are:

Dishwasher safe - Clean up couldn't be easier, just toss into the dishwasher on the top shelf.
Microwave safe - Reheat that lukewarm coffee or tea with a quick zap in the microwave; perfectly safe for the Tervis tumbler.
No sweat rings - One of the nicest unexpected benefits of the air insulated tumbler design is that there is little if no chance of your glass leaving a condensation ring on your tables.
American made - For over 65 years, Tervis has assembled all of their products by hand in south Florida.

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Personalized Tervis Tumbler

One of the biggest reasons for their explosive growth is the ability to customize your tumblers with everything from your own name patch, custom design patches, NFL team patches, your school or university, or even your own photos. They have exclusive licensing rights with companies such as Disney, Guy Harvey, John Deere, NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, Tommy Bahama and many others! Get your customized Tervis tumbler today by ordering online.

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Comments

Jan 21, 2011 12:43am
AJWalton
Now that's what I call great keyword research. Or it sure has the illusion of it :)
Jan 21, 2011 11:02am
MikeMoyer
Lol. Yup I've got a ton of these lined up over the next week.
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