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16oz Zojirushi Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Mug (Smoky Blue)

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Amazon.com has 16oz Zojirushi Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Mug (Smoky Blue) (Smoky Blue, SM-KHE48AG) on sale for $20.71 -> Now $22.66. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more. Thanks devianttofu

Note, in stock on September 20, 2019
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These go on sale from time to time. Best thermos mug I've used (holds both cold and hot water for a very long time).

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I open the lid on mine hours before I actually drink it, it else I can't. And we're talking coffee brewed at 5 am, poured at 530 and I've attempted to drink this at 1 pm.
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HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! Got a black one 20 ounce. It holds hot coffee hot for easily 6 hours+. If you don't open it at all I've had hot water stay scalding hot ten hours. The lid locks open whIch is nice too so it doesn't hit your face when drinking.


Tip: do not put in dishwasher. Get a long handled brush from the dollar tree to clean the inside easily. Don't stir with anything abrasive or hard like a knife. The inside has a coating that you don't want to chip. I personally mix cream and sugar in my coffee in another container and then pour the finished product into the mug. That way I don't risk chipping the inner coating.
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I'm not one to write long/detailed reviews, but felt this one deserved it.
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I've had one of these for a few years. F-ng love it!
My only ever-so-slight gripe is that it can rattle around fairly easy in the car cup holder because it's tall and thin.
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+ Tax totals to 22.75, will pass to wait for an under 20 deal. Got my Contigo and Camelback insulated to use till then
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I have 2 of these. Excellent product. Both have the coating inside. If I forget to dump and clean my thermos at the end of the day I occasionally get coffee rings on the inside. While I have tried denture cleaners to get them clean with little success, I have found great results in slipping a Mr. Clean magic eraser inside and GENTLY spinning it against the inside of the thermos full of warm sudsy water using the handle of a wooden spoon. I have not noticed any wear or peeling of the non-stick coating. YMMV.
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I prefer the 20oz personally. Whatever you're drinking will be hot (or cold) long enough to finish it. Even if that's at the end of your shift. Saves a trip to the coffee pot or whatnot.

FWIW these work quite well with carbonated beverages too even though I'm pretty sure the manual says not to. There's a newer version of this with a better lid but not worth paying more for.
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I use these to send milk in my kids' lunch. They are great! Keeps it cold and I don't have to deal with washing a straw like most kids thermos bottles have. They don't leak, are easy to clean with a bottle brush and fit nicely in a lunch box.
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