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18oz Stanley Master Vacuum Mug w/ QuickSip EXPIRED

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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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Why even highlight "shipping is free" and not the additional "on orders 50 and above"?
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If you need a device to help you cool coffee down you're an idiot.
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I would suggest you look at the TempPerfect mug, from whose technology this appears to be a knock-off (Stanley added a removable rod instead of building it into the cup).

https://joeveo.com/

It is more money, but I think it is a better solution for someone who wants a temperature controlled travel mug to drink hot tea or coffee. It is a proper travel mug, no lid to screw off. Only negative in my view is that it isn't quite leak resistant.

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[snipped] 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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Came here to say: Stanley... Cup?


You don't have to TD me, I'll show myself out.
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Do you know if the 18 ounces is with the core inside?
No, the Quick Sip core accounts for 5 ounces, so you'll want to fill the mug up with 12-13 ounces of liquid if you plan on using the Quick Sip core. If not, then you can fill it up with 18 ounces of liquid.
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I would suggest you look at the TempPerfect mug, from whose technology this appears to be a knock-off (Stanley added a removable rod instead of building it into the cup).

https://joeveo.com/

It is more money, but I think it is a better solution for someone who wants a temperature controlled travel mug to drink hot tea or coffee. It is a proper travel mug, no lid to screw off. Only negative in my view is that it isn't quite leak resistant.

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Too little information about that Temperfect Javabliss product. In particular, I don't care for lids with sharp square edges like that one seems to have. It's unclear whether the mug itself (sans lid) has a rounded edge or a square edge to it. Again, I don't like square edges.

The Stanley product is different. If I don't like the Stanley mug, I can use the insert in another insulated container that I have (and like!) that has a nice rounded lip to it.

For me, one of the disadvantages that I find in most SS mugs is the general lack of aesthetics. Ceramic mugs have a nicer tactile response and are far more visually appealing.

P.S. BTW, I'm not using it for travel, I'm using it at home. I'm retired. If I was still working and drinking coffee on the go, I might consider the Temperfect mug. Convenience trumps aesthetics!
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If you need a device to help you cool coffee down you're an idiot.
So, I'm an idiot. I stand in good company [google.com].
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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.
obviously the best review on that Amazon page...
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shows up as $17.43 for me when I click the link
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shows up as $17.43 for me when I click the link
same. Still thinkin about buying it tho
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If I don't need the gimmicks, what's the best mug to keep coffee hot? How about like spaghetti ?
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If I don't need the gimmicks, what's the best mug to keep coffee hot? How about like spaghetti ?
Zojirushi, hands down. Will keep your coffee piping hot all day. My only complaint is that they tend to come in odd sizes.
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If I don't need the gimmicks, what's the best mug to keep coffee hot? How about like spaghetti ?
I like the $17 Aladdin stainless steel design best because they are leakproof. Hard to find in stock on amazon right now--limited colors. May have better luck B&M.

No experience with the recycled plastic ones but the lid appears to be the same design.
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I got one of these (without the core) as a gift and I never use it. The lack of a travel lid makes it basically worthless. Can't drink out of it in the car, doesn't keep you safe from spills. You have to screw the lid ALL THE WAY OFF to drink out of it, which makes the situations you can use it in pretty limited compared to a traditional travel mug.

Yes, the stainless steel is heavy duty and yeah it seems like it will last a long time, but I'm just not sure why they went with such a lousy lid design.
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Got mine. Great for exercising your arm. So heavy!!!
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