Stanley Classic Vacuum Bottle 1.1QT Hammertone Green
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- 18/8 stainless steel won't rust; naturally BPA-free
- Insulated lid doubles as 8oz/236mL cup
- Leak proof and fully packable. Dimensions- 3.80 L x 4.50 W x 14.25 H inches
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Stanley Classic Vacuum Insulated Wide Mouth Bottle
They call it a quart because it's a quarter gallon. The question is what to do with all that space. Hot mulled cider? Sure. Classic, steaming cup of joe? Of course. Dandelion and sunflower milk latte with shaved chicory root?
- 18/8 stainless steel, BPA-free
- Double-wall vacuum insulation
- Leakproof + packable
- Insulated lid doubles as cup
- Dishwasher safe
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You want the double walled steel bottle? You want an everyday carry for self defence and serve them hot coffee after you beat them with your bottle?
This is it.
Es un clásico de clásicos, las bebidas se mantienen las 24 horas calientes y digo calientes, siempre y cuando prepares anteriormente el termo antes de cada uso, yo lo lleno con agua caliente de la llave, espero 10 minutos y luego vierto lo que vaya a llevar el termo, casi siempre es agua para las mamilas de mi bebé.
Dura caliente las 24 horas, incluso las últimas horas está lista para que el bebé la tome sin necesidad de enfriar con agua fría o con el ambiente. Todas las partes se sienten meramente sólidas y se nos ha caido desde varios lugares y no hemos tenido ni un solo problema, estoy seguro que me voy a morir yo antes que este termo.
I've been using a Stanley Classic 1.1qt thermos since 2004 to keep my coffee hot as I take it with me to work. I decided to purchase a second one even though my original one still works and looks very close to brand new. Soon as I received the new thermos I noticed that it felt too light. I am already accustomed to the weight of my current Stanley thermos (2003 built date) and decided to put them on my scale. Sure enough, the original that I've been using for 14 years weighed 2.70 pounds and the new one only weighed 1.80 pounds. The new one also has a more hollow sound when I knock on it, the green Hammertone paint has a smoother/ more fine finish which I don't like as much, and when I place a magnet on the exterior of the original Stanley thermos, it holds in place. When I place the same magnet on the new one, it kind of catches but it slides down. No holding power.
I never even considered when placing the order that something as simple as a Stanley Classic Thermos, that's been around for ages, would get changes that seemed to cheapen or even ruin it.
Thinking that the lighter weight, smoother finish, hollow sound, and the fact that my small test magnet doesn't hold well and slides down, I decided to see how much worse it performs.
At 7:30am I filled both the original thermos and the new thermos with boiling water and placed them in my truck, side by side. Then, at 1:30pm, I brought them both into my office and placed them on the same desk. The office is only 75 degrees fahrenheit and by 4:00pm, the exterior of the original thermos felt slightly warm while the new thermos' exterior felt slightly chilled. I didn't measure the temperatures of the exteriors but the new unit felt clearly colder to the touch.
By 4:30pm, I decided to open them both up, for the first time in day, and get a reading of how much worse the new unit kept the temperate of the boiling water placed into it compared to the original unit.
The results were as follows:
-Original Stanley Classic 1.1qt thermos: 183 degrees F.
-New Stanley Classic 1.1qt thermos: 188 degrees F.
No, that is NOT a typo. I was so shocked that I kept measuring both units over and over for 5 minutes straight. All day, I was expecting the new design to perform worse than the original. I would have been very surprised had it even held the temperature as well as the original but I never even considered that it would actually keep the temperature better than the original. No joke, that never even crossed my mind for a second.
I'm very surprised that the new unit performs so well despite all the changes mentioned above and it will now become my main go to thermos and I'll keep the original, that I'm kinda attached to after all these years, as a back up.
Note: I know that this review is silly in the big scheme of things and that the testing process wasn't even challenging but I was expecting a quick and clear proof that the new design is terrible and would only use it as the back up thermos. I was so surprised, and pleased, by the results that I decided to share them with you all.