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Yes, it can be laid on its side in the trunk or anywhere, and as long as you tightly screw the inside top, it will not leak. :)
By Pat S. on June 8, 2013
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I begin work at 6 a.m. for my first 16 oz. cup and will then drink a 16 oz. cup at 8:30 and a 6 oz. cup at 9:45 a.m. I make my coffee in a french press at 180 degrees at 6:30 p.m the night before and I have to wait a few minutes after opening before pouring into my cup at 6 a.m. the next morning. If you preheat the c… see more I begin work at 6 a.m. for my first 16 oz. cup and will then drink a 16 oz. cup at 8:30 and a 6 oz. cup at 9:45 a.m. I make my coffee in a french press at 180 degrees at 6:30 p.m the night before and I have to wait a few minutes after opening before pouring into my cup at 6 a.m. the next morning. If you preheat the carafe for a few minutes with the hottest tap water (mine is 130) before emptying and filling with coffee, you can easily expect 12 hours of hot beverage. see less
By QuoVadimus on December 10, 2014
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Took a quick look and saw that the 'spout/pour section' narrows down to accommodate the stopper. It might be difficult to access the top of the inside, but I usually will use chemicals to clean my thermos and they would get to everything.
I prefer this style of pour where the stopper is slightly loosened and the liqui… see more
Took a quick look and saw that the 'spout/pour section' narrows down to accommodate the stopper. It might be difficult to access the top of the inside, but I usually will use chemicals to clean my thermos and they would get to everything.
I prefer this style of pour where the stopper is slightly loosened and the liquid pours around it. Only necessary to clean the exterior of the stopper.
Incidentally I found that BREW RITE does a great job cleaning coffee buildup.
I highly recommend this thermos. see less

By Jack on March 13, 2014
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The inside is stainless steel.
By BooksbyBecky on November 15, 2013
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You can put in the cup about 6.5 ~ 7 ounces.
By Rodolfo Souza on October 7, 2014
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Considering the interior of the thermos, I have never put my thermos in the dishwasher. Your label should state if applicable but, In my opinion, just a little lemon juice, some crushed ice and a dash of salt will clean it to a sparkle. No use taking the risk when the all natural way is much more sanitary and safer for… see more Considering the interior of the thermos, I have never put my thermos in the dishwasher. Your label should state if applicable but, In my opinion, just a little lemon juice, some crushed ice and a dash of salt will clean it to a sparkle. No use taking the risk when the all natural way is much more sanitary and safer for your product. Hope this helps, have a great day. see less
By Chuba on October 6, 2014
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1 7/8 inches inside diameter
By James Shaw on November 26, 2013
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I use brush and with dish detergent, but from other readings that i had on amazon. i heard using Hydrogen Peroxide will work too.
By Douguls on November 26, 2013
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No, you need to pour the liquid into the cup. Its not a sippy cup but a thermos flask.
By Peter Wright on December 22, 2013
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Yes- instructions say so. But easy to wash with a bottle brush.
By Dale Crawford on October 4, 2014