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Thermos Vacuum Insulated 24 Ounce Stainless Steel Hydration Bottle, Stainless Steel
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- Unbreakable stainless steel construction
- Thermos vacuum insulation technology for maximum temperature retention
- Keeps beverages cold for up to 18 hours
- Sweat proof design eliminates water rings
- Hygienic push button sip through lid with locking mechanism
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This item: Thermos Vacuum Insulated 24 Ounce Stainless Steel Hydration Bottle, Stainless Steel
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|Color||Stainless Steel||black||Midnight Blue||Stainless Steel|
|Material||Ceramic||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Dimensions||10.25 inches x 10.25 inches x 3 inches||10 inches x 2.5 inches x 2.5 inches||10 inches x 10 inches x 2.5 inches||9.75 inches x 3.26 inches x 3 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.9 pounds||0.35 pounds||0.5 pounds||1.4 pounds|
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So far this bottle has exceeded my expectations. I wasn't sure about first, but I'm glad I bought it. I tested it on a hot day, I put 4 ice cubes with some Gatorade and I was surprised to see that the cubes were still in there even after 6 hours, a couple of those in my car. The cubes of course were not their regular size, but were big enough to keep my drink cold. I then tested the bottle without ice cubes, I put some cold water, which was also cold after hours of being in various locations (office, car, house). The bottle is made of stainless steel inside and out. It is insulated. The manufacturer claims that the bottle is sweat-proof and won't leave water rings; they're actually right, after having soft drinks and water, it remains clear with no stains, etc.
The cap is all plastic, a push-to-open button reveals the spout, it has a lock, so you won't accidentally press the button popping the bottle open. Once the spout section of the cap is open, a rubber band under the hinge keeps the spout cap open and in place, keeping it from hitting you in the nose while you tip the bottle to drink. The rubber band is thick and looks to be made to last. The one feature I miss from the bottle I mentioned above (thermos Nissan) is the carrying loop, but besides that small complaint, I'm very happy with this bottle.Read more ›
So the listings' info is incorrect, for some reason this bottle cannot be used with hot liquids. I am now going to give a try to "Thermos Stainless King Beverage Bottle" even though I really wanted this bottle for my coffee since it less resembles a traditional thermos & more a sports bottle.
Impressed by "Thermos Stainless King Beverage Bottle" I decided to give a try to this bottle for my cold water. And I have to say that its elegant design, especially it's intricate cap mechanism, makes my previous Klean Kanteen bottle look crude. And it's much better than Klean Kanteen in keeping the water cold.
So with the apparent removing of the misleading wording on the page, there is nothing to keep me from giving this product 5 stars.
Both advertise to keep liquids cold up to 12+ hours with Thermos's TherMax double wall vacuum insulation technology. While I didn't test it with this bottle, I can say that Thermos does live up to that. I've left work at 5:00 p.m. and still had some ice left in my bottle at 8:30 a.m. the next day.
Both are stainless steel and sweat proof.
But here's where I like the other one better - the lid.
1) This lid you have to flip down the locking mechanism before you can push the button to open the lid. The other one you just push the button and the lid opens, viola. Much easier, especially if you're in the middle of something, like spin class, and only have one hand available because the other one is trying to keep you on the bike.
2) The opening on this one is quite large. It's not a straw, so you have to tip the bottle up like a cup. The other one has a straw. No tipping, and therefore, no spilling.
Other than that, all things are pretty equal. Thermos makes a great water bottle, so you really can't go wrong with either modle. But because of the lid difference, I really preferred the Thermos Intak Steel Water Bottle over this one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These can take banging. This has fallen out of my careless little son's hands many times, only slight dents, considering it was full. Read morePublished 21 hours ago by Kevin Harripersad
I really like this thermos, I use to bring filtered water to work instead of buy water. It seals well and locks, the flip top lid is easy to drink out of. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Traveled all through China with this bottle because of its large but easy to handle size. It was good but did not keep water cold for as long as advertized which was disappointing. Read morePublished 3 days ago by robin janis
Best water bottle ever....other Thermos products leak. This is their best product...I own several of them!!Published 4 days ago by DaveAa
Brought this with me on vacation to AZ and it keeps drinks cold forever!! Well worth it.Published 9 days ago by D Carter
I use this for my daughter's bottle water. Keeps it nice and warm when we travel somewhere during the day. Love this product.Published 10 days ago by Michael Inglish