Stanley Classic One Hand Vacuum Mug 16oz/473 mL - Hammertone Green
|Item Weight||0.2 Kilograms|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||3.25 x 3.25 x 9.4 inches|
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- Leak Proof
- Dishwasher safe. Lid disassembles for deep cleaning
- 18/8 Stainless Steel
- Double Wall Vacuum Insulation
- One hand push button lid
- Car cup compatible
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From the manufacturer
Since William Stanley invented the all-steel vacuum bottle in 1913, the Stanley brand has been a part of countless adventures and even more shared memories. From camping trips with dad to adventures with friends, our products are prized possessions passed down from generation to generation. All Stanley Vacuum bottles are built with rustproof and naturally BPA-free 18/8 grade stainless steel that takes a beating, a durable hammertone powder coat, a wide mouth for easy cleaning and ice compatibility, as well as our Built for Life lifetime warranty.
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 3.25 x 3.25 x 9.4 inches; 7.05 Ounces
- Item model number : 10-01394-007
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : April 18, 2012
- Manufacturer : Stanley
- ASIN : B007VG761C
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While there are some good things about this mug, the very poor quality of the lid ruins the product. It is also much taller than most mugs so will not fit under a Keurig or many of the coffee dispensers I've come across.
From day 1, it felt like the push button on the lid was sticking and a little too difficult to push in. After just a few weeks, it was very difficult to push and started to leak. The problem is with the seal on the inside of the lid (please see attached picture).
I contacted Stanley support about this and was told the lid was on back order with "no ETA" on when they could send me a replacement. I asked if they could just replace the whole mug instead, but the request was ignored. Two weeks later, I got an email stating I would receive a replacement lid in 7-10 days. When I received the replacement lid, I could tell immediately that I would have the exact same problem with this one as I did with the last. Within 3 weeks, the seal wore out, and I was back to where I started.
This leads me to believe that the problem is actually with the design of the product since the replacement lid had the exact same problem. I've only had this mug for 4 months and have had 2 lids fail on me. Based on my experience, I would not recommend this product to others.
The only two cons to this mug is that it doesn't fit under a Kurig (sp?), which doesn't really bother me as I just tilt the cup under the dispenser as the coffee come out. The second being, if you leave coffee in the mug for a few hours and then switch to water, you still get the taste of coffee, even after rinsing. I only notice the taste for the first few sips so again, not something that I really worry about.
Most days, this mug is the only thing I drink out of all day. I fill it with coffee in the morning and water at night, and because it's leak-proof I just lay it down on my side of the bed so if I wake up thirsty in the middle of the night I dont have to reach over my girlfriend and wake her up to get a drink of water. (Not fair that she gets the side of the bed with the nightstand but thats a different story)
16 oz Pros: Stays cold/hot for hours
Simple one-handed use
Fits in the cupholder
16 oz cons: Won't fit under a Kuerig
Takes a few sips to get through the coffee taste
For the first time in my life, the coffee in my travel mug stays hot to the very last drop. It really does deliver on that promise. And for those of you who crave empirical numbers: on a recent weekend, I brewed coffee and I poured the coffee in my room temperature mug. I did not pre-heat the mug. I capped it, then drank coffee throughout my lazy morning, and into early afternoon. 2.5 hours after pouring, the coffee was still quite hot, so I decided to measure it with my infrared thermometer: 150 degrees F.
The seal on the mug is perfect. I now think of this mug as an insulated water bottle--it goes in a sleeve on my backpack when I'm mobile, and I give it not another thought. The only time a single drip has come out is when I'm drinking from it.
The button to open the mug so that you can take a drink is quite stiff, and is at a slightly awkward position. People with limited hand strength, or other problems exerting pressure with their primary index finger might not be able to make it work comfortably. Adults of normal hand strength should be fine. I'm not going to dock a star for that because it works for me, but it may be a legitimate concern for others.
Summary: I love this mug, and will probably buy another, to be reserved for non-coffee beverages.