Stanley Classic Vacuum Bottle

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Stanley Classic Vacuum Bottle

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The outdoors has never looked and tasted so good. The Stanley® 1.1 qt. Vacuum Bottle has a leak proof and packable design. Double wall, vacuum insulated, rugged, steel design is the ultimate in durability. Two lids in the cup make it easy to share coffee that will stay hot all day long. Thermos includes lifetime guarantee. Size: L 3.65 in. x W 3.65 in. x H 12.5 in. Weight: 2lb 12oz.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B01JPG7D1I

Customer Reviews


108 people found this helpful.
 on November 30, 2014
By Craig S.
First, I want to acknowledge a lot of the frustrations that have been posted about this product, and yes I am familiar with the old Stanley thermoses, but I honestly believe this does hold up when used properly. In the old Stanley models you never had to warm them up, at least from watching my dad, grandpa, and great-grandpa fill theirs up. On this model however you do have to put your tap water on high heat and fill it then put the cap on and let it sit for 5 minutes. I have noticed when I don’t do the 5 minute warm up my drink does become cold, but when I give it the 5 minute warm up I get that good ol’ 500 degree tongue burning 7 hours later on the fishing boat. I give it 5 stars because the instruction clearly read put hot tap water in there and put the cap on and let it rest for 5 minutes, so by following the instructions it does exactly what it is supposed to do. Now, if you just insist on pouring your drinks and soups in there all willy-nilly style because that’s what you’re used to then I am sorry to say but you’re heading towards disappointment. I hope this helps everybody

I have no idea whats the problem

17 people found this helpful.
 on May 10, 2016
By Bryan Z
So after reading a lot of reviews about this product saying it can’t hold it heat, or it leaks, I must chime in. To test it out I filled it up with boiling water. I didn’t “pre-warm” it like I would normally do with themos/vacuum bottle/travel cups, etc. In fact to measure out the water, I filled the bottle from the tap, maybe around 70 degrees.

Great bottle! Must have for cooks and coffee fiends!

144 people found this helpful.
 on September 11, 2006
By R. Scott Broadway
Over the weekend I bought a Stanley thermal bottle. I’ve been wanting a thermal carafe for a while now, and this one has the capacity for a liter of coffee, tea, soup, etc.
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