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GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless 0.5 L Vacuum Bottle
|Price:||$25.20 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Stainless Steel
- Vacuum Bottle
- Pour through Stopper, Cap/Cup
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|Item Dimensions||8.3 x 3.4 x 3.4 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.83 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.2 pounds|
Look for high-performance design with superior heat and cold retention, with the GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Vacuum Bottle. The stainless steel body has a non-marking rubber foot for stability, while recessed areas on the exterior ensure an improved grip.Recessed rectangular areas on the exterior wall improve grip..0.5L is 3.4" x 3.4" x 8.3", Wt. 18.5 oz..1L is 3.7" x 3.7" x 11.8", Wt. 25.5 oz..
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My only con is that after 8 hours my coffee is slightly metallic tasting but I'm usually so in need of coffee that I don't care but by the morning it's really metallic tasting.
My basic test was to fill them with boiling water for a tea kettle, and after 13 hours measure the water temperature. Not a lab quality test, but if the results are close in temperature it's fair to say the preform similarly.
20+ year old Thermos 1liter: 169 degrees
Avex 3Sixty 40oz: 139 degrees
Zojirushi SHE10 1 liter: 165 degrees
GSI 1 liter: 169 degrees
As close as the numbers were you can reasonably consider the Thermos, Zojirushi, and GSI equivalent in keeping liquids hot. I was actually surprised the Zojirushi did not do better, because in smaller travel mug/thermos sizes they destroyed the competition in keeping things hot longer. There were a couple things I thought the GSI could do better, first was I'd like to see some sort of rubber seal where the cap contacts the body. I think that would help with heat retention and because the body and cup are both metal if you tighten the cup on tight it can stick and it has a "gritty" feel to it when you tighten it down even gently. If you don't tighten it down hard it can loosen easily. The unit is pretty big around and it could benefit from having a handle but it would also make it more bulky in a pack etc. I think it would be even better if it had a rougher finish for grip, or rubber inserts for grip. If the thermos or your hands are wet it can be pretty slippery. The body feels solid and it seems like it should be fairly durable even under hard use. I like the simple pour through stopper design, it doens't leak and is easy to clean. So many thermos these days have complicated hard to clean caps/stoppers that just end up full of gunk and smell after awhile no matter how hard you try to clean them.
One thing I was concerned about but turned out not to be an issue was I was a bit nervous that with the cup being metal on the inside that it could get too hot when you poured hot liquid into it and possibly burn your lips etc. However in testing even with boiling liquid poured within a 1/2" of the top the lip of the cup never got so hot I thought I'd burn myself.
Overall it seems like a great, uncomplicated thermos that keeps liquids hot for a long time and is easy to clean.