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Keeps your toddy hot.

You would rather eat glass than swallow a sip of tepid, bitter coffee. Luckily you will never have to experience that. The 1.1qt Vacuum Bottle from Stanly is a classic favorite that will keep your joe hot all day. The double-wall stainless steel vacuum insulation keeps things piping. Switch it up, throw in some ice, and make it a cold drink. The Vacuum Bottle will keep things icy for you when a cool beverage strikes your fancy. The dual-cup lid is great for sharing whether you are dispensing a lava-hot beverage or an ice-cold libation.

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Is this bottle made in China?

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Is this bottle made in China?

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These bottles were once, and for a long time, made in Nashville, TN. However they are now made in China.

5 5

Great old time Stanley.

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've had mine for fifteen years and its still going strong!

Great old time Stanley.

where do you take defective bottles for...

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where do you take defective bottles for replacement?

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Hi Leon -
If you bought it at Backcountry, give us a call or chat and you can just send it back to us. If not, give Stanley a call at 1-800-251-4535 and hopefully they can help you out!

ISN'T THERE A LIFE TIME WARRANTY ON THIS...

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ISN'T THERE A LIFE TIME WARRANTY ON THIS VAC BOTTLE?

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Yes. There is supposed to be. If you are having trouble with one, contact Backcountry. They are great with warranty issues.

5 5

Heirloom Quality vacuum bottle

God gave me mine -(found it at a dumpster), and it is still good as new even after the additional years I have used it. After the stopper of my favorite tough Big Thermos brand broke, I have put this into use, this past winter going skiing. Not in my backpack, but in the Range Rover commuting the 5 hour roundtrip to ski. I also preheat this Thermos with boiling water, then pour that out and add hot coffee. It is still hot after being left in the Rover in the cold while we ski. At the ski area I take a briefcase size Thermos in my backpack for my afternoon coffee fix. I take my milk in a separate Thermos, and add it to each fresh hot cup of coffee. This method keeps the coffee from tasting like swill, as opposed to adding the milk and leaving it in the large Stanley thermos with the coffee all day. If you are not blessed with a free one, this baby is worth the money invested and convenience of getting out and on the hill sooner than stopping to buy coffee, and have money left to be a Backcountry gear slut. This Stanley stainless bottle is also great for taking hot tea. Keeps forever.

5 5

Heirloom Quality vacuum bottle

God gave me mine -(found it at a dumpster), and it is still good as new even after the additional years I have used it. After the stopper of my favorite tough Big Thermos brand broke, I have put this into use, this past winter going skiing. Not in my backpack, but in the Range Rover commuting the 5 hour roundtrip to ski. I also preheat this Thermos with boiling water, then pour that out and add hot coffee. It is still hot after being left in the Rover in the cold while we ski. At the ski area I take a briefcase size Thermos in my backpack for my afternoon coffee fix. I take my milk in a separate Thermos, and add it to each fresh hot cup of coffee. This method keeps the coffee from tasting like swill, as opposed to adding the milk and leaving it in the large Stanley thermos with the coffee all day. If you are not blessed with a free one, this baby is worth the money invested and convenience of getting out and on the hill sooner than stopping to buy coffee, and have money left to be a Backcountry gear slut. This Stanley stainless bottle is also great for taking hot tea. Keeps forever.

5 5

Old Like Me

This style thermos is so old that I remember them when I was a kid. These things are second to none when it comes to keeping your hot beverage warm. I have went ice fishing and the coffee was just as warm at 3:00pm as it was at 7:00am and that is saying something.

The drawback is the weight. This thing is heavy when totally filled. As Jerry posted, I pour in some boiling water and let it sit for about 10 minutes, pour it out and then I pour in my coffee. This little trick makes a huge difference.

5 5

The Classic

This is the old fashioned style vacuum bottle that has probably been around since the '50s. Back then they had a glass liner and were prone to breakage. Now of course they use a stainless steel liner. It works very well for road trips where you want to have a good supply of coffee available, but that is about the extent of it's usefulness in my opinion. It would be great to take on a short day hike where you are hiking out for lunch on a rock somewhere, but it is too heavy for anything beyond that.It really does keep coffee hot for many hours.

A good trick is to preheat the bottle with a quart of very hot, near boiling water from the microwave. Just pour the hot water in, let it sit for a minute, then pour it out just before you fill it with coffee. In my experience, by doing this you can keep coffee steaming hot for at least 12 hours. It is still warm after 24 hours, but who wants to drink day old coffee?

The bottom line is that this is a great item for roadtrips or short winter dayhikes where you want a hot drink and weight is not a concern. I have had mine for about 15 years and it is in great shape after occasional use. The green hammer tone finish has held up well despite rolling around on the floor of a truck a lot. The cup that screws on top is made of plastic by the way, not metal like the old fashioned ones. That's probably a good idea since drinking hot liquids out of a single walled metal cup can be painful.