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18oz Stanley Master Vacuum Mug w/ QuickSip EXPIRED

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Our research indicates that this 18oz Stanley Master Vacuum Mug is $14.73 lower (54% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting at $27.46 at the time of this posting. -oceanlake

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Was looking for a good water bottle and found this at REI.

Seems to be well reviewed on Amazon.

Considering a bunch of water containers are overpriced fashion items, this is a good deal if it fits your needs.

https://www.rei.com/rei-garage/pr...p-18-fl-oz
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Please add 18 fluid ounces to your post please.
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Not really a mug, even though that's what they call it.
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Please add 18 fluid ounces to your post please.
Do you know if the 18 ounces is with the core inside?
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Do you know if the 18 ounces is with the core inside?
I would say no. According to one reviewer on REI's site. "It takes up usable space."
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And I bought another probably useless bottle! Had some rei dividend to offset the cost. Does it close without the gimmick piece?
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And I bought another probably useless bottle! Had some rei dividend to offset the cost. Does it close without the gimmick piece?
Just use it without the insert for cold drinks or water. It says up to 48 hours for iced drinks.

The insert is just for hot drinks.
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How it works... https://gearjunkie.com/stanley-quick-sip
Still couldn't figure out how it works based on that article. The article provides a good explanation of "what", not "how".

This one filled in a few more details:
https://www.outsideonline.com/210...r-under-50
(Stanley mug review starts at the 3:30 mark on the video.)​

So, the mug itself is simply vacuum insulated container with a screw-on top. You sip directly from the lip of the open vessel. There are no openings in the cap for sipping or for using a straw.

You need to install the insert BEFORE pouring the liquid in (to avoid overflowing).

And while the insert is specifically designed to fit the inside dimensions of the Stanley mug, you could use it in some other mug - provided that the container was sufficiently deep so that the insert doesn't stick up above the top and wide enough for the insert to fit. E.g., if you had a 32 ounce HydroFlask, you might similarly use the insert to moderate the temperature of hot liquids stored in it.

The device piques my curiosity. I think I'll give it a shot!

I stopped using my SS mug precisely because of the problem of steaming hot coffee taking too long to cool down. I went back to using my old ceramic mug. It was a lot easier dealing with cold coffee than scalding my lips with hot coffee. So, I'm very interested in seeing how this product works out.

P.S. I drink about 4 cups of coffee daily. So, relatively speaking, the cost-per-cup for this device is minimal.
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Do you know if the 18 ounces is with the core inside?
The dimensions of this mug is the same as the dimension for the 18 oz. Stanley Master Vacuum Mug: https://www.amazon.com/Stanley-Ma...B07KWGY1RD

Indeed, the two mugs appear to be identical. The only difference between that one and the OP is the inclusion of the insert.

With the insert installed, the mug will have substantially less than 18 ounces left for whatever hot liquid you're planning to use.

My speculation is that the residual capacity is somewhere between 10 to 12 ounces. That's based on eye-balling the pictures of the insert and the mug. The one review on the REI website implies that the user gets at least 10 ounces.
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I wonder if it could fit this?: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Stanle.../172929963
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Do you know if the 18 ounces is with the core inside?
Core takes up about 5oz of space so effectively about 13oz of coffee.
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They call it a mug, but you have to completely unscrew the top to drink, and there's no handle. So it's more of a thermos.
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This is basically an 18oz Stanley Master vacuum mug with an additional Quicksip core, right? For $12, I might buy it just for the mug & store the Quicksip.
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