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Transport your spirits in style.
Pack your most important camping gear securely with the Classic Spirits Vacuum Pint from Stanley. This stainless-steel beast has a press-fit lid to ensure that nothing gets in or out that's not mean to, and the vacuum insulation does an excellent job of keeping hot things hot and cold things cold. A built-in bottle opener on the top lets you be the hero in a tight situation. Best of all, at least from a convenience standpoint, this vacuum pint is dishwasher safe, so you can get it clean and ready for the next round.
- Stainless steel
- Press-fit lid
- Vacuum insulation
- Built-in bottle opener
- Dishwasher safe
- Item #STA000F
- Q & A
16oz + 4oz = 20oz
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
A 16oz cup with an "Extra 4oz room for foam" is a 20oz cup. It's not a pint.
Perfect for Beer
This is my go to beer mug when camping. Love the built in bottle opener and the rugged construction. You need one of these in your life!!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Before yeti, hydroflask, klean kanteen, there was Stanley. The green thermos your grandpa had was the original double wall vacuum insulated steel product. This pint cup uses the same technology and might be advertised as 16oz, but they left room for foam, because it measures out to 20oz. The lid is not leak proof, but rather a splash guard with built in bottle opener. Looking for the ultimate pint glass? Look no further.
Never leave home without one.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
My brother gave me two of these cups and a Stanley growler for my birthday a month ago. I do not believe a day has gone by that I have not used one of these cups. They keep the coffee hot and the beer cold. The bottle opener is nice on the lid however the lip to securing it I’m not sure how long it will stay before wearing off and not being able to secure the opener as it’s a tiny plastic lip. The down side to the lid though is the mouth opening is so wide definitely do not try driving with it as liquid will for sure splash out. But I always keep one of these cups with me the stainless steel material is strong holds up well to being tossed around and even if some dried up liquid is left in it, it’s real easy to clean. Overall you really need to get one of these cups if you’re trying to keep something cold or hot.
Beer, coffee, tea, water, mixed drinks..
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
This cup does it all. Gave these to two of my cousins for Christmas and received a text a week later that one of their drinks was still cold the next morning. I have not personally verified this information. I deceided on the Stanley versus other insulated cups that are out there because they come with a press fit lid. Most brands sell the lids separately.
Just in: warm beer haters find love!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I've had this product for a couple months now, and have used it... often. I like beer. Especially beer that stays cold.
PERFORMANCE PROS: I consider myself a normal-paced beer drinker, though while living in Fort Collins for awhile, I've been known to unintentionally out-pace some of the guys in the group. Luckily (for the sake of reviewing), I have once completely forgotten about the beer I had in my Stanley, and after 30 minutes had gone by, the beer was still at a magnificently pleasurable 'right out of the fridge' temperature. BEER STAYS COLD.
CARE PROS: Dishwasher safe = awesome. Even if you leave it in your pack after a heavy night of... camping... I'd say it'd be pretty easy to wash; dried beer doesn't seem to stick at all on the stainless steel, or retain a weird flavor at all. It looks new every time I wash it.
CONS: Stanley's description could be taken as a bit misleading; "vacuum" insulation does NOT mean that the cap fits on and creates a vacuum seal. Rather, it means that the pint is vacuum insulated--i.e., it refers to the double-wall vacuum insulation feature. The PRESS FIT LID (picture to follow) is loose, at least on mine, and feels like it has little "suction" when I push it on, though it doesn't pop off or move around at all when in use. Finally, the lid does not offer full coverage (and therefore not genuine suction), BEWARE! It has a cut-out section for your chugging pleasure. However, some people may highly dislike this feature. I'd keep the balancing-your-drink-on-a-wobbly-stump factor to a minimum with this mug. The contents will spill out if it falls over. If you're looking for something to contain your drink of choice on a particularly bumpy ride, I'd suggest finding something that does have a tight-fitting, no-spill lid. Frankly, if they had never included a lid, it'd probably be a 5-star product as a lid-less pint. But because they include a so-so lid and it doesn't fit very well (again, at least on my model), I'd give it a 4-4.5.
BOTTOM LINE: I can see that this would be especially awesome for sipping beer (or any cold or hot beverage) around the campfire. Stanley's products have stood the test of time very well for me. I use it at home (though I can't wait to try it outdoors) because I simply like cold beer, and it does a fantastic job, and it has been super easy to clean; even a good rinse will do in a pinch. I haven't used it for hot beverages, but if you're looking for a 'take your giant coffee to work' pint, then you may want to look for one with a fully-sealed lid if you're worried about spillage.
(Pic shows lid without bottle-opener and the detail of the unadjustable opening.)