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I bought my 20 oz Gunmeta for $9 in september.


If you want a cheap coffee mug, get a Contigo.

If you want a nice coffee mug, get a zojirushi.


You get what you pay for...
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I love my Contigo travel mug! I highly recommend these I have never had one leak and the keep my coffee hot for a sold few hours!
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I put my note 8 box under the Keurig to lift it high enough for me to put my travel mug under. The box finally found its purpose
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Man. I just want a good travel mug I can use my AeroPress directly into.
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Man. I just want a good travel mug I can use my AeroPress directly into.
The new Contigos you get at Costco don't fit underneath either of our Keurigs (both from Costco - an "old" one and a newer one with the screen) anymore either. They made them skinnier and taller, and yet they don't appear to hold more and still don't fit into our cup holders in the van.

*Edited to point out our mugs are from Costco and may not be the same as these
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I love my Contigo travel mug! I highly recommend these I have never had one leak and the keep my coffee hot for a sold few hours!
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I had a really nice Contigo for a couple of years, then the paint just started peeling off for no apparent reason. Customer service was great--they just sent me a brand new unit. BUT, as someone mentioned, it's taller than the old one and doesn't fit under my Keurig anymore. But still, it's a great coffee mug and keeps the coffee hot for about 2 hours.
TU on this deal, I paid about $15 for mine a couple years ago.
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Good mugs.. I've used mine (20oz) just about every day for >2 years now and it's still in great shape. These can take being fully inverted without losing a drop (make sure the top is screwed on tight enough though).

Typically if you want to drink directly from it, you'll have to wait about 2 hours for your coffee to get to a reasonable drinking temperature.
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These have a terrible design on the spout. They changed the lid , reversed the curvature and turned into a well. I am a big fan of the original design but these are garbage
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Man. I just want a good travel mug I can use my AeroPress directly into.
I feel your pain. I usually just press into a mug, pour it into the travel mug, and then throw that mug in the dishwasher, but I still spill a bit from time to time since mugs aren't great for pouring.

I've got one of those 32 oz Ozark Trail mugs which I can press into but for 8 oz of coffee that is kind of overkill. Wife stole the 24oz for work Frown
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Man. I just want a good travel mug I can use my AeroPress directly into.
Aeropress funnel could be used for that purpose. I have not tried it though.
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These newer Contigos don't fit underneath either of our Keurigs anymore either. They made them skinnier and taller, and yet they don't appear to hold more and still don't fit into our cup holders in the van.
I put my note 8 box under the Keurig to lift it high enough for me to put my travel mug under. The box finally found its purpose
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I feel your pain. I usually just press into a mug, pour it into the travel mug, and then throw that mug in the dishwasher, but I still spill a bit from time to time since mugs aren't great for pouring.

I've got one of those 32 oz Ozark Trail mugs which I can press into but for 8 oz of coffee that is kind of overkill. Wife stole the 24oz for work Frown
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I bought my 20 oz Gunmeta for $9 in september.


If you want a cheap coffee mug, get a Contigo.

If you want a nice coffee mug, get a zojirushi.


You get what you pay for...
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I put my note 8 box under the Keurig to lift it high enough for me to put my travel mug under. The box finally found its purpose
Hey that's a pretty good idea
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Thanks.. Great deal. I just lost my old one that I paid over $10 for. A comment about the lid. Make sure you put it on properly... You can't really tell except by shaking it and seeing if it leaks otherwise you might have a mess on your hands! Maybe some audible click would be helpful.
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