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Klean Kanteen Single Wall Stainless Steel Cups, Pint Glasses in 10oz/16oz/20oz
|Price:||$7.20 - $64.91|
- Durable and won't break like glass
- Easily stackable and transportable
- Electropolished interior
- Laser-etched exterior
- Dishwasher safe
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Whether it's water, iced coffee, juice, smoothies, milk or any other beverage, Kleen Kanteen's Stanless Steel Cup is a multi-use cup for any occasion. Take it to your next concert, barbeque, beach trip, or just your own backyard. Throw a stack in your picnic basket, clip one on a backpack, or keep a few in your kitchen. The Stainless Steel Cup also loves to go camping, boating, or hiking deep into the backcountry. Ditch the plastic. This Cup won't break like glass pints or fill the garbage can or landfill like the ubiquitous red cup. Dish washer safe and won't retain past flavors.Doesn't retain or impart flavors.Material: Stainless Steel.Size:.Weight:.Capacity: 10 oz..
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To that end, go to Starbucks and get some of those little cardboard coffee cup jacket things and keep in your camper for mornings when you want both hot coffee and your fingerprints.
After receiving and opening my order, I used my glass Pyrex measuring cup and verified that the Klean Kanteen stainless steel pint cup did indeed hold 16-fluid ounces, right up to the rim. The size is good for adult hands to hold, but a smaller size for children might be warranted, depending on age and ability of the child. I definitely like the overall shape of the container and the quality of stainless steel. The surface finish on the inside and outside is nicely done. The etched logo, product number, and the noted capacity (in both English and metric units) on the outside bottom is a nice addition that probably won't wear away, and it's good to know the official capacity... information that is usually nonexistent on other drinkware. The gauge of the metal and heft is alright I guess, but I wouldn't mind if it were a tad bit thicker metal with a little heavier feel. However, that's just my personal preference and some people might actually prefer a lighter gauge metal.
My primary complaint with this product is that the top edge is a rim, or lip, which is curled outward and downward, not rolled tightly, and therefore not sealed underneath. This outward and downward flare tends to channel liquid unexpectedly along the outside of the container, or around your mouth possibly dribbling down your chin while drinking. So, using a bar napkin or coaster is advisable. Also, when placed inverted in the dish washer for cleaning, since that rim is not completely sealed, the curled lip catches dishwater and does not dry completely. However, if your dishwasher gets really hot in the drying mode, it might solve that problem by thoroughly evaporating the rinse water. Air drying the dishes definitely leaves water trapped inside the lip when the container is upside down, so after cleaning, you should shake any excess water out from inside the rolled rim before returning the pint cup to your storage cabinet or cupboard.
Perhaps Klean Kanteen will rectify this design flaw in the future. If they were to make that change, I would bump my appraisal to a full 5-star rating for this particular product.
I use the pint size for iced tea at home. The 10 oz however are most excellent for drinking wine at park concerts. (Our city allows wine at some concert events. At other concert events imbibing adults must be more discreet so it is nice the stainless cup is not clear). Have you ever tried to put stemware on an uneven grass surface in the park? The lower center of gravity makes the 10 oz more stable at picnics.
The cups are stainless and even after 6+ weeks of daily use and twice-weekly dishwasher runs they show no signs of rust or wear at all. They hold up very well and feel great in the hand.
I've found two flaws worth mentioning - but keep in mind they aren't big:
1) The curled rim holds water after a run in the dishwasher. It gets trapped where the steel curls over and you have to shake it a little and run a paper towel around/under the lip after each wash to make sure they're nice and dry before going in the cabinet. Otherwise the water will find it's way out and this is a problem because...
2) Being made of stainless means they do attract surface smears quickly. Even plain water will leave shadow of a trail if not wiped dry before evaporating. After a full day's use of 5 or so fill ups they do look well used and ready for a good cleaning. This isn't a big deal in any way, but for thoroughness I thought I'd include it.
Even with both of these 'drawbacks', I still consider these cups 5-star material and am very glad we added them to our home.