Copco Big Joe 24-Ounce Thermal Travel Mugs, Set of 2
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- Tight fitting, snap on lid
- Set of two 24-ounce capacity travel mugs
- Designed for right or left hand use
- Fits standard car cup holders
- great gift
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There was no leakage. At less than $5.50 per mug (through Amazon), it is hard to rate this well-constructed beauty at any less than 5-stars!
11/19/06: Oops! Did discover this nice mug is a tad top-heavy!
In general, for a two-pack of these you can't beat the price vs. quality ratio. I have one of these at work and the other at home and both fit under the pod machines at those locations (a tight fit, but a fit none the less). I would definitely by these again.
OK, did all those dilettantes leave? If you're still reading, it's because you want a 24-ounce (or larger) mug, probably for hot beverages. If that's the case, you have only a few choices: the CopCo Big Joe (either single or double), the Thermos DF4010, or some plastic mugs offered mostly at hunting/camping or NASCAR sites. The ones from the hunting/camping sites won't fit into your car cupholders. The NASCAR ones look like they do, but some of them are so huge, they also look like they'll upset in your lap ever time you take a right turn. So I'm going to keep my comments to the CopCo and Thermos offerings.
I bought both of them several months ago. I have used 'em more-or-less interchangeably since then, and I feel like I have enough information to make a decent review of each. I take my coffee with adulterants (milk & sugar), and I have not noticed any cup-taste being transferred to the coffee. Either of them will keep the coffee hot for the half-hour or so that I usually take to drink it. Both have handles that are only attached at the top: I notice that, when I put either into the car cupholder I usually use, the bottom of the handle extends below the top of the cupholder - so that if the handle WERE attached on the bottom, the mug would not fit into the cupholder correctly.Read more ›
The handles are OK.
The TOP stinks! It is a sipper lid that does not have a slide to close off the sipper opening. If you leave the house with an armload of stuff and try to carry your mug you will probably spill coffee all over yourself- been there, done that! I have to cover the top with Stretch and Seal and then fit the lid over this in order to prevent spills.
What seems like a great price for a giant mug turns out to be poor value because you have to buy plastic sealer, so not really convenient or cheap.
All around great product!!! I've got 4, and have thrown away all my old coffee mugs.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love these cups. They hold an enormous amount of tea. Yay. Thanks.Published 21 months ago by jotroup
My husband loves these. His smaller cup did not hold enough to get him through his drive. These hold plenty and keep it hot.Published on February 21, 2014 by Angela Grace
This has been an excellent investment. I've been using these mugs for the last 5 years now and have never regretted buying them once. Good value for the product.Published on January 30, 2011 by Vijay
I bought these mugs for my boyfriend two years ago as a stocking-stuffer present (they didn't really fit in the stocking, though). Read morePublished on December 3, 2009 by J. Lunn
These mugs are fantastic for coffee drinkers. They hold 24 ounces which may seem like a lot but it really is better for me to have one huge mug of coffee rather than finding the... Read morePublished on November 30, 2009 by D. Ferrari
Big and tuff. I have used them daily for about 2 years and still as new. I felt I had to write this because of another reveiw regarding handles. Read morePublished on February 15, 2009 by Master Carpenter
I appreciate the size and that this mug easily fits in my car. The lid seems to be a little too easy to get off so I am always concerned I will spill my coffee, and there is no way... Read morePublished on January 12, 2009 by Eva Tschetter
COPCO Big Joe 24-oz thermal travel mug exterior becomes hot when filled with hot items. Didn't try it with cold items would not purchase again or recomend.Published on January 7, 2009 by Big Bird
One of the cups arrived with a hole in the bottom. I did not notice until I had filled the cup with liquid. Read morePublished on January 6, 2009 by Valerie M