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Give your beverage of choice a nice, cozy hug.

Congrats on the new job. Unfortunately, your boss isn’t going to be cool with you sleeping under your desk. So like it or not, you’re going to have to endure a daily commute. And whether your commute is by car, bike, foot, or pack mule, you can rest assured that your hot or cold beverage will stay well insulated and secure in the spill-free Commuter Mug from Primus. When you’re ready to take a drink, just click the button. When you’re done, click it again to seal the hatch. If only getting a paycheck was that simple.

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Coffey at work (:

Coffey at work (:

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I using it for long photography night to stay up all the long to morning came.
and it doing a great job

For work

For work

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I using it for long photography night to stay up all the long to morning came.
and it doing a great job

Hard to clean the iner disc

Hard to clean the iner disc

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If you read the directions the lid can be undone for easy cleaning. there are three pieces when you do this. you twist to the left i believe. the red button, the lid and the gasket disc that unscrews below the lid.. give it a try.

i love this mug. i take it in my pack with me on wildfires when i don't have time to finish my coffee before I am ready. doesn't leak and it isn't too heavy. however, i would carry a whole pot of coffee if i needed it.

this is the newer model. if you have the older model as my partner does you wont be able to do this. i believe they made improvements. 5 stars from me. doesn't leak and keeps liquids hot for hours...

4 5

best ever! sort of...

i've had several of these mugs and love them! kind of pricey, but well worth it. keeps coffee hot for hours and hours. only problem is with the lid, but it's never been a hygiene thing for me. they just wear out and stop working after repeated use. i've had 3 or 4 of these, each lasting anywhere from 8 - 12 months with almost daily use. super leak proof, as long as you sip the last little bit of liquid from the lid after closing it. was showing a friend how leak proof it was by holding it upside down and shaking it. pretty sure this is the only truly leak proof travel mug i've seen. alright then, i'm starting to ramble, but i really love this mug and hope the lid lasts longer this time!

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Hey Rambling man, thanks for the wise words.I'm sold! I think a leak-proof mug is worth this price, and good to know I'll just have to make sure to sip the last bit! Thanks.

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Dear Rambling Man,
Thanks for the description. I've also had problems with my lid. I left mine in my truck overnight this winter, and I think some frozen coffee wreaked havoc on the lid and now my lid permanently open. Looks like I'll either have to buy another mug, or find something else that won't spill in my backpack while I'm in the back country.

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Try the Sigg Metro. Doesn't leak! Screw cap. Have had it 5+ years, no problem.

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Expensive Crappy Lid Design

I was excited to buy this because I need a mug that won't spill in my backpack on my way to school, by bike, in the mornings. The mug worked as intended, didn't spill (most of the time). The big problem is the design of the lid, it has hidden little pockets where liquids can get into and since I have to put 1/2&1/2 in my coffee (jacked up stomach can't handle acid of plain coffee) the liquid gets into those pockets and FUNKY stuff grows in it. I rinsed the lid and mug after I used it every time but no matter what that nasty stuff would grow a layer of disgusting inside. The worst part is it's really hidden so you can't tell until all of a sudden a CHUNK of it comes out, fortunately it came out when I rinsed it, not when I was drinking, but it's really gross. I showed my wife and she started dry heaving.

What worked best in the past was a mug from Starbucks with a flip lock lid, they still sell them but the lids are much less durable than they used to be and the mugs hold barely any liquid.

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Soak the little B---in water overnight with that denture-cleaning tablet every now and then...

5 5

Morning tea

Now I can dring my tea from home to work in the morning.
It stay hot for 4h

5 5

Cinderella story. Outta nowhere. A former greenskeeper..

Great mug. I bought this last week and have used it pretty much everyday. I've had it in a pack deer hunting, fishing, and backcountry snowboarding. Doesn't leak at all and keeps your drink warm for hours. Be sure not to overfill past the fill line and you have to make sure the lid is open when you screw it on. Once screwed on, push the button to close and dump the little bit of liquid that got trapped in the lid into the sink...if you do that guaranteed no leaks. Great mug bought one for my girlfriend and would highly recommend. Be sure to get the screw top and not the pop top!

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I bought one, loved it; it kept my coffee hot for hours in cold Colorado winter. Then I dropped the lid and the seal broke off. It's such a pricy cup I want to just replace the lid, but how? I think I'll have to bite the bullet and pay the price, but then I'll be able to donate all my others.

Yes, buy the metal screw top. You'll love it.

is it dishwasher-safe?
How else would you...

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is it dishwasher-safe?
How else would you clean the damn lid?
Looks like it can't even be diassembled to reach the remains on the inside.

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The mug is not. You might get away with running the lid through the dishwasher though. Or you could try soaking it in hot water and then flushing clean water through it. Seems to work well enough for me - but it is a drawback of this mug.

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I clean it with hot water and soap by hend. and it's clean and odor free (:

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The lid does not come apart, and it easily traps funk inside the lid (which is much larger than necessary), especially if your aren't SUPER DILIGENT about cleaning, like on a climbing trip???

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definitely a hand wash thing...i've had one of these off and on for several years and have never had "the funk". soap and hot water like guy says to flush through it. then leave the lid open so it can dry before putting it away! and i'm pretty sure that if you put half-half in anything and don't rinse it out immediately you'll end up with the "funk"