Stanley Classic Vacuum Pint, Hammertone Crimson, 16 oz

July 25, 2017 - Comment
Add to Cart $21.40Amazon.com Price
(as of June 29, 2019 17:23 GMT+0200 - Details)

Every cyclist needs a trusty purveyor of beverages and there’s nothing more classic and well-built than the Stanley classic vacuum pint. No matter if your pre- or post-ride libations are hot or cold, sudsy or frothy, non-alcoholic or verging on Rocket fuel, this is just the sort of nigh indestructible vessel that will stand the test of time. Although we can’t quite guarantee the same for your liver. 18/8 stainless steel won’t rust; naturally BPA-free vacuum insulation keeps drinks iced, cold, or hot for hours double wall vacuum means exterior remains sweat-free press-fit lid keeps dirt out lid features built in bottle opener dishwasher safe 16oz/473Ml capacity

Product Features

  • Vacuum insulation keeps drinks cold 4.5 hours + exterior sweat-free
  • 18/8 stainless steel won’t rust; naturally BPA-free
  • Press-fit lid with built-in bottle opener helps keep dirt out
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Lifetime warranty

Comments

scott strachan says:

Sweet! Length:: 2:24 MinsĀ 

Jeffrey A Stone says:

RRR! This is a cool gift for a guy that drinks beer or coffee. I got mine last night filled with ice water before bed still had ice 10 hours later. It is a beer pint. I like the green classic Stanley color. (kinda a guy thing) It also comes in a nice blue color, which I have a few Stanley product in that color. I have a large collection of Stanley Vacuum bottles of different sizes and colors. They make good products. I buy the Made in the USA bottles off of that well know auction site “E”…

James Standish says:

Manly Pint Your Friends Will Envy The open lid style is great. I’ve tried drinking beer out of coffee cups before, and never liked the small opening in the lids. It keeps my beer cold longer than any coozie could, and has a handy bottle opener for my homebrew. In addition, the classic appearance leaves my canned beer swilling friends feeling inadequate drinking out of their recyclables. It could only be improved by adding a made in the USA stamp to the bottom. Cheers!

Write a comment