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Stanley Classic Vacuum Bottle
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- Vacuum insulation keeps drinks hot 24 hours, cold 24 hours or iced 120 hours
- 18/8 stainless steel won't rust; naturally BPA-free
- Insulated lid doubles as 8oz/236mL cup
- Leak proof and fully packable
- Lifetime Warranty
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|Color||Hammertone Green||Midnight Blue||Midnight Blue||Gun Metal|
|Material||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Dimensions||4.1 inches x 3.9 inches x 4.5 inches||12.1 inches x 3.7 inches x 4.4 inches||14.5 inches x 14.5 inches x 5 inches||14.5 inches x 4.3 inches x 4.3 inches|
|Item Package Weight||1.8 pounds||1.45 pounds||2.2 pounds||1.8 pounds|
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From the Manufacturer
Hot all day
Legendary Stanley Vacuum Insulation keeps your coffee piping hot up to 32 hours.
Pack and travel with confidence.
Easy to clean
Wide mouth allows for easy filling and cleaning.
Timeless + durable
Hammertone powder coat can take a beating and provides a classic look.
Stanley Products are warranted to be free from any defect in workmanship or materials and to be thermally efficient - for life.
The Stanley brand has a rich 100+ year history. Born from inventor William Stanley Jr. who invented the all-steel vacuum bottle we know and love today.
Rugged and Durable. 18/8 stainless steel won't rust and is naturally BPA-free.
Top Customer Reviews
Fact: Stanley Thermos does NOT make a quality product anymore.
Here is a review for you. Yesterday I did a side by side comparison of two Stanley Thermoses. One was purchased 20 years ago, and one purchased last year.
The Thermoses were filled with the same coffee batch at the same time (5:00 am). At exactly 12:00 pm we opened the thermoses. The one purchased 20 years ago contained piping hot, steaming coffee. The one purchased last year contained cold, not luke warm but cold, coffee.
If you would like a durable product that will last forever that is one thing. If it needs to keep a beverage hot then spend your money elsewhere. A styrofoam cup can keep a beverage hotter than a Stanley Thermos and it doesn't cost 20 bucks.
There is a REAL review.
My unit started leaking under the cap about one month after I purchased it. I bought a new cap only to find that it was a manufacture defect in the sealing area of the unit. This was nursed along by over tightening the cap until it eventually slipped a thread. After that I got into the habit of turning the unit upside down (allowing the unit to leak into the cap/cup) before opening it.
Soon after this, the spot weld area for the handle gave way. Welded in three spots, two of which clearly have paint on the originally intended upon welding surface.
Tonight the thing leaked all over my wife's lap as she merely intended to open it and that was the last straw. This thing is a TURD!
The only reason I did not give it one star is because it does have good thermal qualities.
To start, for those that don't know, I need to explain how a thermos works. Basically, it's two containers. There's the outer container that you see, then the inner container that holds the liquid. The space in between the two containers is an empty vacuum. The reason for this is that you can't transfer heat in a vacuum, so this is what keeps the liquid cold/hot. If that vacuum seal is broken, then the thermos ceases to work. It's just another big "cup" at that point with no insulating value at all.
This said, I've been bitten by Stanly FIVE TIMES so far:
1.) The first time I purchased one of the large green "vacuum bottles" (the 2 quart size). It worked for almost a week before it lost its vacuum seal and quit working.
2.) Thinking the first must be a fluke, I purchased a second one. This one managed to make it 3 weeks before losing its seal.
3.) I figured maybe there was something wrong with the manufacturing of the green containers, so bought a stainless steel one. It worked for two uses, and the seal broke.
4.) Finally, now out over $100 in merchandise, I contacted the Stanley company. They sent me a replacement 2 quart thermos, but it was the green one again. This one made it two weeks, then lost the seal.
5.) Never one to learn my lesson, I figured perhaps there was a problem with the 2 quart size, so gave up on it, and purchased a smaller 1.1 quart. This one worked for almost two months, but then lost its seal.Read more ›
So I sent an email to PMI-Stanley complaining about the rust and how they outsourced this to China in 2000. Here is what I said.
"To the Management of Stanley:
I spoke with Nancy Domingo earlier today who after my asking told me that you sent this product to China in 2000 for manufacturing. Big mistake! Are they are using inferior SS with too high an amount of iron ore to create them, hence the corrosion? After one use the supposedly stainless steel collar rusted. Unless someone in your company follows up with quality control in China, you might want to pull manufacturing back to the US otherwise you are going to cheapen yourselves right out of a product since no one will want to buy it based on reading the reviews for it. I also understand that they used to be made with a stopper you could pour from and have discontinued that as well, there were complaints about that too. Saving 20 cents is not worth losing business altogether.
It looks like this after ONE use. (I inserted a copy of the picture I posted here.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Item works better than the ones made years ago when they used glass inside for insulation.Published 2 days ago by Elaine
Husband loves. this is our second one in 8 years. The old one is now a back up. Still works great but just beat up from wear and tear of a construction worker. Will buy foreverPublished 5 days ago by Ashley Albin
Great quality products from Stanley which is why I went directly to this listingPublished 6 days ago by Terri Shinrock
Hi, I got this product today. I have to say this is my first time buying an actual thermos or bottle whatsoever. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Oguzhan Ege
I have used a stanley thermos for 20+ years in that time I have only ever owned one. It started leaking a couple months ago so I ordered this one. Read morePublished 10 days ago by scott w.