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Stanley Classic Vacuum Bottle - 25oz

$34.95

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    There's nothing better than watching the sun rise from the top of a mountain, but do you know what would make it even better? Some piping hot coffee. So throw the Stanley Classic Vacuum Bottle in your pack the next time you go to tag a summit before dawn—it'll be worth its weight in coffee. 

    • 18/8 stainless steel
    • Vacuum insulated
    • Insulated life
    • Leak proof
    • Item #STA000Q

    Tech Specs

    Material
    18/8 stainless steel
    Volume
    25 oz
    Insulated
    yes
    Sealable
    yes
    Includes
    insulated lid
    Recommended Use
    casual, camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    My Nonnie and Papa used to bring one of these bad boys to my soccer games when I was a kid, so really... I bought this out of pure nostalgia. Imagine my joy then when this thermos functioned as well, if not better, than any of my other beverage holders. Early morning hikes, photo trips, and river runs are vastly improved by hot coffee throughout the day and the Stanley thermos provides exactly that. I fill it (holds almost a whole pot) with coffee before scooting out the door, have some sips out of the lid/cup on the way and if it's an easy canoe trip, continue my piping hot caffeine fix through the morning.

    Yep, Classic.

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    I gave this as a gift to my father in law. He takes it fishing on the rivers in Idaho, which is a pretty chilly place, most of the year. He loves that he can knock it around as much as he wants, and the wife never complains that it looks trashy. It just always has that Stanley look.

    he has used Stanley his whole life, and says the quality is still reliable. The closure is solid and the drinks stay hot. His coffee is always gone, before it gets cold. So, basically, his drinks never get cold.

    Classic look and bulletproof!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I received this as a gift last year. I have since used it hiking, backcountry skiing, road trips, and for soup at work. It doesn't hold as much liquid as I would like. My next purchase will be the 45 oz. But overall this product does exactly as stated.



    Classic look and bulletproof!

    The Maserati of thermoses

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Hands down the best thermos out there. Have used for hunting, fishing, camping, skiing. Will keep coffee warm for a longgggg time. Last time was about 6hrs in the 20s and coffee was still good to go. I think they say 8hrs at 32 degrees...

    Use the smaller versions for coffee, tea, etc. Use the bigger ones for soup.

    Have used REI, LLBean, GSI...this one is the best. The ONLY other 'thermos' I would say compares to this one is the yeti rambler, BUT, the yeti comes with a garbage lid that has a hole in it like a regular Starbucks coffee lid, which is good if you're sitting at a desk but utterly useless in any other situation (and I'm a huge fan of yeti coolers).

    Tip- just like anything else used to insulate, you gotta prime this guy. Don't leave it in your truck overnight then fill it when it's ice cold and expect it to keep coffee cold all day. Sleep with it, fill it with hot water first, keep it inside...whatever u gotta do but get the inside warm before u use it