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Contigo Autoseal West Loop Vaccuum-Insulated Stainless Steel Travel Mug, 16 Oz, Stainless Steel/Monaco Blue, 2-Pack
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- Patented Autoseal lid automatically seals between sips to eliminate spills and leaks
- Lid underside flips open completely for easy cleaning
- Double wall vacuum insulated stainless steel keeps beverages hot for 5 hours or cold for 12 hours
- Top rack dishwasher safe lid; 100 percent BPA free
- Fits most single serve brewers and car cup holders
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West Loop Travel Mug
Modern life moves at a fast pace and reliability is a must whether you’re traveling on a plane, car, bus, or train, working at a desk, standing on your feet for a 12-hour shift, or burning calories on a treadmill. Meet the Contigo Autoseal West Loop Vacuum-Insulated Stainless Steel Travel Mug with Easy-Clean Lid, which combines intelligent design and innovative technologies to adapt to any commute, agenda, or lifestyle. Available in 16 ounces, 20 ounces, or 24 ounces, this leak- and spill-proof mug keeps liquids piping hot or icy cold for hours, can be used with just one hand, fits comfortably in most cup holders, and cleans up easily.
- Leak- and spill-proof lid
- Stays hot up to 5 hours or cold up to 12
- Push a button for one-handed drinking
- Easy-Clean Lid for thorough cleaning
- Lid lock for added peace of mind
- Fits most car cup holders
- Top-rack dishwasher-safe lid
- Hand-wash-only body
Contigo’s patented Autoseal technology is designed to stop spills. Just press, sip and seal.
Locks in Temperature
Thermalock vacuum insulation keeps temperatures locked in for hours; drinks stay hot up to 5 hours or cold up to 12 hours.
Our Lids Are Sealed
We hate coffee and tea stains as much as you do. That’s why Autoseal technology eliminates the possibility of spilling whether you’re at home, in the office, or on the go.
Freshly brewed coffee can be very hot and will stay that way for hours. Let it cool down with the lid off for at least 3 minutes before attaching the lid.
Use your travel mug's lock feature to avoid the unintended pressing of the Autoseal button.
Now you can get into all the nooks and crannies. Additionally, the lid is one connected piece, so there are no parts to misplace when you toss it in the top shelf of your dishwasher.
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Hectic mornings are easier with the 16 oz. West Loop Stainless Travel Mug with Easy Clean Lid, because this mug features a one touch Autoseal lid that automatically seals between sips to prevent spills. This double wall vacuum insulated mug is engineered to keep drinks hot for up to 4 hours or cold for up to 12 hours, without a sweat. We mean that literally, because this vacuum insulated mug keeps your drink at the optimal sipping temperature and eliminates condensation for dry hands. The Autoseal lid creates an easy one hand drinking experience and it fits most standard car cup holders, which makes it ideal for the commute! We passionately urge parents, teachers, commuters or anyone on the go that loves a hot drink, to grab this mug.
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So, in June, I went back to Amazon to replace them. I'm not sure why, but I couldn't find the same pair I'd bought earlier (they seem to be on the site now), so I ended up ordering this pair. They were ~$38, compared to the ~$30 I remembered from the earlier purchase, but I figured that was just inflation.(?) Anyway, these came a couple of months ago, and I was surprised that they were quite different from the earlier ones. The top has a different mechanism, which pops apart for cleaning (not sure, but it seems like an unnecessary improvement, since the previous design worked fine for us) and the overall construction is much lighter weight (thinner walled?). I was surprised to find that I could fill this apparently thin-walled container with hot coffee and never feel any warmth coming through to the outside! It obviously has a very thin, but very efficient, vacuum chamber between the inside and outside - impressive engineering!
Until yesterday, when the mug I was carrying in a tote with a bunch of papers LEAKED all over the papers. I checked to make sure that the cover was screwed on tight (it was) and that the button hadn't somehow gotten pressed, but found that the mug still leaked a steady drip when inverted. I was dismayed to find that the other one also leaked when sealed as tightly as possible and held upside down. Though I'd been impressed with the lack of drips from the earlier model, I'm very discouraged with the failure of this new design. It appears that the seal in the new cover design is based on a flimsy flexible plastic gasket that doesn't actually seal very well. (See attached photo)
I was surprised while shopping at our local Costco this evening, to see a pair of Contigo mugs very similar to the earlier design discussed above - for only $19.99! I bought them and decided to return the other ones to Amazon - especially because of the price difference. The new ones have a different cover seal design, sort of between the original simple design and the flimsy gasket of the new one from Amazon. I haven't tested them yet, but they look less likely to fail than the more complex ones that did fail.
I was disheartened to find that Amazon won't accept return of items like this more than 30 days after delivery, so I'm stuck with them. I apologize for the length of this review, but it's the best way I can see to protest Amazon's product selection, pricing and return policies.
When I took the Cantigo box out of the Amazon box in which it arrived, I noticed it was pretty banged up...but that's not too big of a deal. What IS a big deal is this: when I opened the box and took out the mugs and opened the tops to clean them (the instructions state to clean all the pieces before the first use) they were used, dirty and wet inside. Additionally, the tops don't match and one of the tops clearly has tea or coffee stains in the notch where the liquid comes out. Gross!! Check out the pictures; this is exactly what they looked like right after taking them out of the box. I am definitely returning them.
- keeps coffee hot (sometimes I have to leave the top off to let me coffee cool otherwise it takes too long)
- fits nicely in my hand
- easy to drink from
- fits in car cup holder
- color on the mug does eventually chip off in the dishwasher even if on the top rack (but only after about 4+ years of daily use)
- spurts a little bit each time the first sip because of the built up pressure after you put the top on (not a big deal, after I screw on the top I just push the button once to let the air out before I take a sip)
My one gripe is, i must be rugged with my cup holder cause my top rack is not that strong and the blue one is chipping away after 3 months of use! My last ones lasted 3 years, and yes that paint chopped away too so they didnt appear to fix that problem. I also do want to add that the older style shut design was starting to see its use so I think this new slide method appears to fix the West and tear ball shut design.
Holds more liquid than the previous generation design.
Durable body a anodize color
These cups are not as nice as the previous generation design. The lid is harder to clean and if you try to get into the nooks and crannies, its easy to dislodge the mechanism which then releases a spring that is very hard to get inserted again correctly. The lids also seem to start tasting like dishwater, so we have to run the lid ONLY through the dishwasher every few days to clean off the coffee grime that builds up in the lid (since they are hard to wash by hand)
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One hand use