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LiquiSeal Travel Mug in Silver by OXO

by OXO
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Price: $9.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details
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  • 3 silicone seals lock in liquids for no spills; One-handed, one click activation
  • Double wall plastic construction improves thermal retention; Polycarbonate outer cup is shatter resistant
  • No-drip drinking spout is contoured for comfort; Fits most car cup holders
  • Soft, non-slip grip; 13.5-oz capacity; Hand wash only
  • Available in textured red, blue and clear; Inner cup and lid are BPA-free
  • Not recommended for use in microwave
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Product Details

Color: Clear
  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 3 x 8.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000QJE43E
  • Item model number: 1112706
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (399 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,415 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Color: Clear

No more spills! Enjoy your coffee during the morning commute with the ease and security of the OXO Good Grips LiquiSealTM Travel Mug. Our Mug features three silicone seals to insure no spills. Just click to open and click to seal from one simple button. One-handed activation allows you to keep one hand on the steering wheel at all times while you enjoy your beverage. Easily sip from the comfortable, no-drip drinking spout. The soft, non-slip grip gives you a secure hold when on the go. Accommodates a wide variety of car cup holders

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Customer Reviews

She loved it it keeps her coffee hot for a long time!
Kristen P. Landon
I washed them by hand at first but got lazy and put them in the top rack of my dishwasher with no issues.
This coffee mug works very well and is easy to clean.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

59 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Indolent on September 15, 2011
Color Name: Clear
OK, first the "good". That's the part where I praise these mugs. We've had two of them for a couple of years now and thought we had found the perfect mugs. Tactile, comfortable to hold, fits perfectly in the car's cup holder, no annoying handle to get in the way, REALLY nice to drink out of (unlike some travel mugs that seem designed to ensure you'll pour scalding liquid down the front of your top when you try to take a sip), you can knock over a full mug of coffee and only experience a tiny dribble of spillage at most.... yep, we have used these things almost daily since we bought them.

Next, the "bad". That's the part where the lids are really annoying to keep clean and not dishwasher-safe to boot. Still, I know that OXO has told customers complaining about the buildup of coffee gunk on the lids (which can, and often does, make the button get stuck and prevent the lid clicking open/closed properly) that they should run the lid, with the button in the open position, through the dishwasher on the top shelf to get rid of the gunge. So that's what I've been doing every now and again when washing by hand is just not cutting it. It seems to have done the trick, for the most part, although if you take milk in your coffee like I do, or sugar in it like my husband does, it really is a pain to get in all the nooks and crannies in those lids, and we've forever been having to soak them in very hot water and try to work brushes, paper towels, Q-Tips, etc, in there to get out the worst of the nasty buildup.

And now... for the "ugly". The part that is making me heave just thinking about it. I was browsing Amazon with a view to ordering a couple more of these mugs because, despite the annoying issues listed above, we really do like them. Or... did.
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92 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Erin E on August 5, 2009
Color Name: Textured Blue
I bought this mug at a TJ Maxx for $7.99 several months ago because I was looking for something leakproof. For the most part, it is, unless you have a couple of droplets left on top once you pop the mug to the closed position. One hand, pop-button action is a plus.

Hot coffee becomes warm to cold in roughly 1-2 hours; although the mug is double-walled, it's made of plastic, so it's not a good heat retainer. My biggest complaint about this mug is the top is incredibly hard to clean and cannot be taken apart without prying the screws loose. If you drink coffee/tea with creamer or milk, that crud will stay in there, and if anyone has found a way to clean the crevices, let me know! I've attempted to soak overnight with dishwashing liquid to no avail. I put the top to the light and see nasty stuff still clinging to the spring mechanism for the top, makinng me queasy about what I'm ingesting. If you don't clean well, top will continue to have "odors". Bottom line: Great for leakproof, insulation not so good, lid is hideous to clean. I am looking at purchasing a Thermos to replace my OXO.

UPDATE Oct 09: Don't waste your money on OXO. If you are in the market for a trustworthy, leakproof travel mug that seriously keeps your coffee/tea warm for hours - and I mean up to 5-8 hours - I have been greatly pleased with the Thermos 16-oz Stainless Steel Backpack Bottle. The price for it on Amazon seems to go up and down - I bought it for $24-ish. Thermos also has a 12-oz Stainless Steel Tea Tumbler with Infuser ($16-ish), also seriously leakproof and which can also be used for coffee. Both are a cinch to clean and present none of the problems I've encountered with the OXO. I have no hesitation recommending them.
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Cheeke Maroo on June 16, 2008
Color Name: Textured Red
I've had this mug for 6 months. I got it for a long bus commute to work in DC. First, you cannot take the top apart to clean it. After about 3 months, the rubber gaskets started falling out (I have only hand-washed this mug). Annoying, but I could tuck them back in; however, eventually, it became a routine.
Around the 6 month mark, the button on the top started sticking in, so it wouldn't close without working at it, trying to get my fingernail under it to pull it out, and eventually stopped closing at all. I would have to take the top off, and push the plunger back up into it to get it to close.
Tonight after soaking the top in vinegar overnight, I took all the gaskets out and held it up to the light so I could see how dirty it was inside. Crud and gunk (looked like barnacles, no kidding) was all up inside of the top. Ugh.. Yeah.. so here I am.. looking for another mug. Don't buy this thing. Spend a little more money and get something that comes apart.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Wesley Golangco on January 23, 2008
Color Name: Textured Blue
I love this travel mug for two reasons: it's spill proof and it has bad insulation.
I'm a college student, so when I walk to class, I like to have something to keep my hands warm during the winter. Because this mug has bad insulation, all the heat leaks out and makes the mug warm, which makes my hands happy during the winter. I don't really care all that much if my coffee is piping hot... I just want something (relatively) warm to drink in the morning. I'm drinking some coffee right now and it's basically luke warm... it's only been an hour and a half since I made the coffee.

I love the spill proof design because when I'm done with my drink, I just throw it in my bag and don't have to worry about it spilling. I hated all the other travel mugs because they would leak just a little bit. Sugary coffee inside of a laptop bag is absolutely terrible. Because they all leaked, i had to carry the mug around in my hand everywhere. I would always lose them. This mug is great because I can just throw it in my bag and not worry about it.

Some things to remember if you buy this mug: the lid is weird. It's a design that's similar to the "push-to-pour" insulated thermos that I've seen. The problem is that if you don't rinse it out quickly, stuff could probably grow in that cramped, unreachable place. After I'm done with my coffee, I always wash the cup and pour out a full cup of water through the lid. The first time though, I soaked the lid in hot water, thinking it might solve something. The water actually got into the lid itself, so I could hear water sloshing around inside, with no way to get it out. I ended up exchanging the mug for a new one. DON'T SOAK THE LID!

Finally, as mentioned by another reviewer...there is a way for the mug to leak.
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