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Thermos Stainless King 24 Ounce Drink Bottle, Midnight Blue
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- Thermos vacuum insulation technology for maximum temperature retention, hot or cold, keeps liquids hot for 12 hours and cold for 24 hours
- Unbreakable stainless steel interior and exterior
- Cool to the touch with hot liquids, sweat proof with cold
- Locking, leak proof lid with one hand push button operation
- 24-ounce capacity
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This item Thermos Stainless King 24 Ounce Drink Bottle, Midnight Blue
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|Color||Midnight Blue||Stainless Steel||Midnight Blue||Charcoal|
|Item Dimensions||3.4 x 10.3 x 10.3 in||3.7 x 4.3 x 12.3 in||3 x 3 x 9.6 in||3 x 10.25 x 10.25 in|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||stainless steel|
The Thermos brand is well known as the quality and performance leader in insulated food and beverage products. The Stainless King series creates a new chapter in Thermos' storied history with a modern line that blends out newest technology with a dash of the past.
An ideal choice for people on the go, the Stainless King Vacuum Insulated Leak-Proof Drink Bottle is built to last and loaded with features to make for a more enjoyable drinking experience. Thermos vacuum insulation technology virtually eliminates temperature change within the beverage container by creating an airless space between two stainless steel walls. The result is an insulation layer that performs better than any other. A superior insulated container you can depend on to keep your beverages hotter, colder, fresher, longer.This drink bottle is perfect for all day beverage enjoyment as it keeps beverages hot for 12 hours or cold for 24, making it a great choice for wherever life's adventures may take you.
Features and Benefits
Constructed with double wall stainless steel, this 24 ounce drink bottle is virtually unbreakable, yet its sleek design is both eye-catching and functional. The specially designed lid features a smooth flow design that helps control the flow of warm liquids.
Leak-Proof and Worry-Free
The Stainless King Leak-Proof Drink Bottle comes equipped with a locking lid which operates simply with the push of a button. And because of the double wall insulation, the stainless steel body stays cool to the touch with hot beverages and condensation-free with cold beverages.
Recommended Tip for Maximum Beverage Enjoyment
In order to maximize the incredible insulation technology, it is recommended to either pre-chill or pre-heat the drink bottle just prior to use. This can be accomplished by filling the drink bottle with cold or hot tap water, attaching the lid and letting it rest for a few minutes. Before you are ready to use, simply empty the water and fill with your favorite beverage. Attaching the lid will further increase the thermal efficiency.
The Stainless King Vacuum Insulated Leak-Proof Drink Bottle is made of BPA-free materials.
Insulated: Keeps hot for 12 hours or cold for 24 hours with Thermos vacuum insulation technology
Durable: Unbreakable stainless steel interior and exterior
High Quality Materials: 100% BPA-free
Capacity: 24 ounce
Top Customer Reviews
While the rubber knobs built into the flipping lid hold liquid in the main chamber well, invariably, after you've taken a sip, there is still some liquid left in spout. That liquid then can leak out of the top if the thermos is tilted at an angle, but more frequently it gets deposited onto the rubber gasket on the flipping lid. When you then go to drink again, a drop of whatever you're drinking gets deposited on to the lid's hinge, and ends up running down the side, eventually pooling around the bottom of the thermos and creating liquid rings. I've included pictures to show the problem.
I have never used it for cold drinks. Only hot. I make coffee blended with butter, MCT oil, and an assortment of powders. This is primarily the drink I keep in it. Other than that, hot coffee.
I wash by hand with a dish soap and vinegar mix, no problem with paint. However, for about six months I used a dishwashing machine with a cheap packet detergent that caused the paint on the bottle to peel. It would come off on my hand as I used it, in little flecks. The product use instructions say not to use cleaner with bleach in it. I think this was my problem. I used a clorox or bleach type dishwasher soap, and when I did the paint was peeling.
The bottle still keeps drinks hot and insulates just as well as the first day I bought it. I sometimes make coffee, pour into bottle and seal, and find it piping hot four hours later.
Damages: The metal part of the body has two deformations. First on the rim. You can see from the photo that it is flattened a bit where I dropped it once while cleaning. The lid still screws on fine and does not leak since the rubber gasket fits lower in the mouth. Second on the outer, upper edge near the front. Not sure when that happened, see below.
The rubber parts are still in tact and functional. The top sealant piece has absolutely no problems. The small, spring-action hinge comes out from its hook every once in a while. I would estimate about once every two months. It's a simple fix. I place a fingertip on either side of the loose part of the ring, and press into the edge of the cap where the rectilinear hook is located. The ring fits back into place and stays. The cap, with it's one-hand flip function, still works perfectly. Maybe a fraction of a second slower than brand new. The simple, occasional fix is well worth the longevity of this bottle. Even without the rubber ring secured, I can still open and close fine if it happens in the car and I can't use both hands to fix it in the moment.
The brand logo has completely worn off. This happened within the last year, and I'm not sure why. Looks kinda cool.
General usage: For two and a half years, I took this to work daily on my commutes. Fits into my Civic cup holder, it's quite tall but great for easy grabbing. After I quit, I took it with me on a backpacking trip through southeast Asia for three months. I kept it in the top or side of my 48L Osprey pack, both on ground and in flights. I checked my bag in every time, using an airport transporter bag also by Osprey. The damage to the body may have come from these episodes, but I doubt it.
Specific usage: I first used the Thermos in the car while driving. I would pop the lid with one hand and drink while steering with the other. It is pretty heavy, maybe three pounds when full, so I didn't drink on turns or in complicated traffic. Drink responsibly, right? About two years later, I used it primarily in the office and at home with a mug on the side. So I unscrewed the cap, poured into a mug, and drank from the mug. Meaning I haven't used the cap for the full three years, just so you know.
Size: It's a great size for the amount it holds. Fully three cups of coffee. Magnificent.
Handling: It can be quite thick and heavy for a one-handed grip. More like holding a football than a cup. Again, I would guess it weighs about three pounds when full. Get used to the balance, though, and even the daintiest user can be ready to rock and roll.
Style: It's a sleek, black cylinder. Batman could be carrying this around Gotham without missing a beat. I can't complain. The only thing I would caution about is in airports and high tension places, like Los Angeles freeways, and especially when you travel overseas. It can look like a weapon, no joke. Be careful when you bust it out to suddenly take a swig, that you aren't doing it in front of an officer or in a threatening way. I can see how this could lead to alarm. However, I have not had any real issues. Just one funny look from a driver in Los Angeles one time when I lifted it up for a drink.
If you are looking for a lighter alternative, I would suggest the Zojirushi 12 oz. bottle. I also traveled with that, for my wife. Lighter, much easier to hold, just as functional and durable. Keep an eye out for that review.
This review is also on my blog: thebrilliantbeastblog.com
Thanks for reading and leave a comment if you want to add or refute. I'll respond if I need to.
Maintains the temperature of both hot and cold liquids well.
The exterior she is a bit faded by small strokes. Care should be taken to put it together with other elements of his painting metal but scratch easy.
The only problem I have is a small rubber band at the top that acts as a spring so that it remains open. Eventually it was softening and is now released, so the lid does not open properly.