Vino2Go Double Wall Insulated Acrylic Wine Tumbler with Merlot Slide Top Drink Lid 10 oz. Set of 2
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- Durable BPA-free acrylic with a merlot lid
- Double walled insulation keeps your wine cooler longer
- Keeps bugs and dirt out of your wine
- Hand wash
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Even when they did work the first tims, everytime you clicked the sip hole closed after taking a drink it would send wine droplets to go flying in all directions. We originally bought these to be able to drink wine on a glass-free beach but used them in the house on occasion as a joke because sometimes we would drink too much wine and inevitably spill some on ourselves. Wine droplet splatter from pour cup design getting on our clothes made this cup utterly useless all around
When I got done washing them in warm soapy water very gently by hand, guess what? There was a little water and soap bubbles in between the layers between the wine glass and the outside layer. This only mildly ticked me off because I thought oh well, if liquid can get in I guess it can get out. Whatever.
I poured a glass of wine, snapped the lid on, and took my puppy for a walk. That's right, this is for on-the-go use and I don't care if my neighbors think I'm a wine-o.
My puppy has a bad habit of jerking me around when she's on her leash. My wine did slosh out of the open top part, the part where you drink from, but only a little and it stayed on the top of the lid because of the lip that comes up to contain the spill. However, I did get a few drips on my hand due to the wine being able to get between the lid and the top of the cup. It's not a good seal.
By the time I finished my glass of wine I had a little puddle of cabernet sauvignon inside the two layers where it shouldn't be. This was upsetting because it was considerably more than the liquid that had entered before when I was washing them.
Also, it is impossible to get the last sip of wine out of this cup when the lid is on. I had to take the lid off to get to it.
After my leaky, red wine on my hand experience I refilled the tumbler with a white wine so I wouldn't ruin my clothes or carpet if it continued to dribble. By the time I finished glass number two I had a considerable puddle of cabernet sauvignon and pinot grigio between the layers where they should not be able to go. I turned the damn thing upside down, left it in the sink, and went to bed filled with crushing disappointment.
I was really looking forward to using these this summer at the pool and while boating, and I may still try to use them a little but I have a feeling they will be garbage soon. :(
He refuses to switch to white wine. (says it's for health reasons...yeah) So instead of giving it up, he has been drinking out of the kids' sippy cup. So when I saw this (a combo of sippy cup and an adult cup), I thought it would solve all of our problems! (We would keep our house wine spot-less...and he can drink in public without shame again.)
The idea was good...but the closure is not very wine-proof: you spill it, you're still going to get some spillage...although not as much.
If the makers are reading suggestions, I would love a cup that is always closed/secure and you press a button to open. And when you release, it's spill-proof again.
And making it dishwasher safe would be a bonus!
Re-ordered and they had changed the lid to a cheaper material. The close button essentially is now useless. The lid is easier to get off but functionality of this is also compromised.
If good product made a bag product to make more money. Oh well....