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Thermos 16 Ounce Stainless Steel Travel Tumbler

by Thermos
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  • TherMax double wall vacuum insulation locks in temperature to preserve flavor and freshness
  • Unbreakable stainless steel interior and exterior
  • Distinctive comfortable rubber grip
  • Sweat-proof design won't leave water rings
  • Non-slip scratch resistant rubber base
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.1 x 3.1 x 7.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000NZVA6U
  • Item model number: CSS1010TRI6
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #74,149 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

For over 100 years consumers have trusted Thermos brand products to keep their foods and beverages hotter, cooler and fresher. Today this tradition continues with an array of products for every purpose. The Travel Tumbler features TherMax® double wall vacuum insulation and ergonomic design. The Thermax® vacuum insulation virtually eliminates temperature change by creating an airless vacuum space between two stainless steel walls. The result is an insulation layer that performs better than any other. A superior insulated container you can depend on to keep your food and beverages hotter, colder, fresher, longer.

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Customer Reviews

The lid pops off.
johnnyboy
The slide lid does not regularly open the air hole so sometimes you get nothing and next time you get a mouth full of hot liquid.
LWWJ
Keeps coffee hot hours and warm hours and hours.
M. Bishop

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

118 of 126 people found the following review helpful By Alex Kloumann on April 2, 2008
Thermos generally makes excellent quality, durable products. This mug keeps hot liquids very hot and cold liquids very cold, for a long time. Also, the tab over the drinking hole is detachable so you can clean out the sludge buildup. Most importantly, it has a stainless steel interior. Plastic interiors retain flavors and make drinks taste terrible. Unfortunately, the lid just slides off an on, really easily. So when this wobbly mug tips over, the lid comes out and the coffee follows. If you lie the mug on its side, tie a thread to the lid, and tie the other end of the thread to a centipede, the centipede will have no problem pulling it off. I tested this. After pulling the lid off with ease, the centipede yawned sarcastically. This type of lid is much less costly for them to manufacture. I would have paid a few bucks more for a screw-on lid. Don't waste your money.
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45 of 46 people found the following review helpful By John Beckmeyer on September 30, 2007
2 Stars NOT 5. Amazon won't let me adjust the number of stars.

Updating the review after a couple of years of use of this product:

The good:

These things are great at keeping coffee hot. They are a double-walled, vacuum insulated cup. They are not those cheap plastic or single walled jobs you get as company promo/schlock. These will keep your coffee hot for a really long time - an hour easily. Warm enough to enjoy for a couple of hours.

The lid comes apart for easy cleaning, there's no hidden cavity under the slider for coffee/cream/milk sludge to build up. The lid snaps apart and back together easily so you can get the lid clean inside and out and in-between. (Once you buy one, you have to take your old coffee cup's lid apart and look at all the slime you've been sucking on every time you drank coffee!)

There's a subtle set of notches on the lid where your lip makes contact near the drinking hole. Without looking, you can tell if you have the cup in the correct position for drinking because you can either feel the notches or not. Can't feel the notches? You don't have the drinking hole in the right position.

The bad:

Thermos needs to work on is having a larger air hole so when you are drinking your coffee it actually flows out of the cup. The air hole is small and when coffee splashes up against it, it can make getting coffee out of the drinking hole difficult. Pushing the slide cover more towards the center position usually gets enough air flowing that you can drink that steamy hot coffee.

The ugly:

The lid has a pretty serious design defect. The lid is kept on by a single rubber gasket that presses outwards on the side of the mug.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By M. Winters on February 2, 2008
How can this be loved? Yes it does keep stuff HOT! I wanted a mug that did that and I had seen this at Brookstone during Christmas shopping, but after, they were out of stock, they referred me to Target for the same exact ones..so I bought it there for about 15 bucks.. First off...What gives with the slide on lid with a rubber skim seal???? This thing pops off at its own when it wants to, so be careful! Second, if you even remotely get close to tipping this while full (like getting into your auto), the lid will pop off!! ... and if it was a minor bump, the lid will leak thru the removable (to clean) slider/closer. So, its very awkward in how it must be handled. An email to Thermos regarding the quality of this has gone unanswered. I love the mug, the color, style the feel in my hands, fits the cupholder great, but these short-comings are just too much to enjoy it. I will seek out a discontinued Starbucks Curve Mug (which my wife has). That thing is a tank! It also keeps things HOT, rubber grip, spill-proof lid and SCREW ON lid... Thermos...If you add the screw on no leak lid, you have a winner. I will pay good money for a mug that performs, so I will continue on my search.. Hope this helps..
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Brian Retzlaff on April 15, 2012
I own four of these travel tumblers. This is a great travel tumbler if you do a few things:

1) Drill a very small hole (1/16) in the top of the lid to allow for air flow. The small adjustment significantly improves the liquid flow and essentially will not leak.

2) Never wash it in the dish washer. The dish washer will cause the lid seal to weaken. If you only hand wash it, the lids are tight and they do not spill for me even if I knock over the cup.

I saw many reviewers comments on the above problems so I hope these suggestions help. The tumbler is amazing at keeping my coffee hot all day long. I also own the Thermos screw-on top, but I prefer the form factor of this tumbler.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 13, 2009
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We have three of these in our household and we call them "magic cups" because is seems coffee gets hotter after being poured into them. They are that well insulated. The lid problems noted by other reviewers are real, and appear to have gotten worse during the model's life because the ones we've had for years aren't as bad as the one I just bought.

Some of the suggestions for dealing with it are good (flipping the gasket over periodically). My trick is to dry the inside edge of the cup and gasket with a napkin before sticking the top on. I've also learned to instinctively push down the top before picking up the mug from the car's cup holder.

These extra steps are a drag, but the treat of having drinkably hot coffee for hours on a long drive or around the house on the weekend just can't be beat. I just ordered 4 for Christmas gifts (4 for 3 offer makes them $15 each). If Thermos could solve the lid problem, this mug would be worth $25 easy.

Combine this mug with one of my other favorite items, the Cuisinart DTC-975BKN Programmable Automatic Brew-and-Serve 12-Cup Thermal Coffeemaker, Black coffee maker (DTC-975), and you're set with hot coffee all day long.
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