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Stop for lunch and enjoy a hot meal out of Stanley's Classic 17oz Food Jar.

There's nothing like eating piping hot soup for lunch on your winter snowshoeing or hiking adventure, which is why Stanley made the 17-ounce Classic Food Jar. The double-wall, stainless steel construction provides long-lasting insulation, the lid doubles as a cup, and the wide mouth makes it easy to clean this Stanley food thermos. If you're looking to keep that chilly extra hot, fill the Classic Jar with hot water before pouring your lunch in.

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5 5

Wont regret this one

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Buy it I promise you will dig it! Just do like you it says and put hot water in first and you will never be without a hot meal

5 5

Very Durable

I use this in the winter on cold days. I will typically fill it up at 6am and open it at noon. The food inside is always hot. The tip about priming with hot water before adding food definitely extends warmth time.

4 5

Hot meal jealousy

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

We tried this out for this first time over the weekend on a yurt scouting trip. It never got above 35 or so degrees for the entire hike in, and after about 6 hours total, the soup contained in Stanley was still piping hot. It totally made our hiking buddies jealous (all they brought was leftover Halloween candy).

5 5

Great for traveling

I brought one of these to Hawaii for hauling food around while we were at the beach. We drove up to Hawi in the morning and got ice cream for later in the day. Everyone was telling us "You have got to try the ice cream up there." I forgot about it being in the soft cooler and pulled it out that night in our room. It was still ice cream. I was amazed it lasted that long.
I definitely think these are a great vacuum jar for heading out and wanting to keep your food hot or keeping it cold.

5 5

Love it!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This jar gets my wife through the winter. We use it mostly for tea, and occasionally for soup. The lid works well both as a cup and bowl. Obviously, it keeps things very hot. The only downside is that it won't *quite* fit a beer can inside, but c'est la vie.

We've been using it nonstop this winter and there's no sign of wear.

how heavy is this thing? too hefty for...

how heavy is this thing? too hefty for backpacking?

Will this hold a can of Campbells chunky...

Will this hold a can of Campbells chunky soup?

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Yes it will. it will hold an 18.5 oZ can with a little room to spare.

Write your question here...Hi ,anybody...

Write your question here...Hi ,anybody know about how long this product will keep food hot,need to keep my daughters food hot for school from about 6am till about 12.30.Mike.

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I have the larger version and they claim 12-15 hours. I think this would work fine. My coffee one kept it hot from 12:30-9:00 that's when I ran out of coffee (sad moment).

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Absolutely WILL keep it hot. Just make sure to put hot water in first and let it sit for a few minutes then pour out and put whatever it is you want in and will stay hot for a full 12 hour work day

5 5

A good product.

I used it to cook/soak oatmeal over night and 8+ hours later it was still steaming. A simple, solid, unit. I tested it against a Nissan and Borders thermos and the Stanley was obviously warmer after 8 and 12 hours.

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A food thermos to keep hot food just during 3 mounths, but when i bought that thermos I thinked that life time garanty

Is it leak-proof?

Is it leak-proof?

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What are the dimensions for the Stanley/Classic Vacuum food jar, especially the width? Also, what is the largest size available?