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Stainless Steel Thermos Coffee Mug Review

“I dare you to try and wrestle his coffee mug away”

I was working on a schedule for upcoming product reviews when my brother-in-law walked into our warehouse with his beloved Thermos mug.  Thinking back, I realized that I hadn’t seen him without it lately!   Well, that made my choice of which review to do next an easy one.

Jason and I both agree that no one does it like Thermos when it comes to insulated coffee mugs.  He’s one of those people that likes to have a cup of coffee available all day.  He described feeling amazed the first time he used one.

I leave the house in the morning with a full cup in my Thermos and sip on it until I get to work, leaving the rest for my drive home in the afternoon.  When I return to my truck, the coffee is still warm.  This is so amazing because we live in the Midwest and it gets very cold here in the winter – but the temperatures are no challenge for this cup.

The other features I like about the Thermos Grande Tumbler is its large 18oz size and heavy-duty construction.  It has a flip top drink cover that secures nicely and it also fits in my truck’s cup holder, so I don’t have to worry about it spilling.

I don’t think I’ll be looking for a new insulated coffee cup anytime soon.

“Give it up and go get your own”

The stainless steel Thermos Grande Coffee Tumbler is made from BPA, PVC and phthalate-free materials.  Double-walled insulation keeps coffee and tea warm for up to six hours and the lid screws on for spill-proof traveling.

Features:

  • TherMax® double wall vacuum insulation locks in temperature to preserve flavor and freshness
  • Unbreakable 18/8 stainless steel interior and exterior withstand the demands of everyday use
  • Spill-resistant flip-top drink lid makes it easy to enjoy your beverage anywhere
  • Slim body with silicone rubber grip is comfortable to hold and fits most automobile drink holders
  • Tumbler stays cool to the touch with hot liquids and is condensation-free with cold
  • Dimensions: 3.6″ L x 8.9″ H x 3.6″ W
  • Holds 18 oz

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Alicia Voorhies is a Registered Nurse who decided to take a break to relax and enjoy her young kids after 13 years of working with disabled adults. She began to explore the world of alternative health ideas and was immediately attracted to the mysteries of endocrine disruptors and their effect on children. In 2007 she founded The Soft Landing along with her mom and sisters to help parents provide a safe, natural home for their children without drowning in an overwhelming sea of information.

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  • Sommer Poquette

    Okay, you have sold me. My home office is in my basement and when the nanny comes I fill a cup of coffee and head downstairs but it is cold before long. I need this cup! Great review.

  • Sommer Poquette

    Okay, you have sold me. My home office is in my basement and when the nanny comes I fill a cup of coffee and head downstairs but it is cold before long. I need this cup! Great review.

  • http://www.itsa-belly.com Itsabelly Baby Planners

    I purchased this coffee mug as well. I use it for tea mainly and I swear I had my tea in it for 3 hours and it was still really hot, amazing! Love this mug and wouldn’t use anything else.Thanks TSL!

  • http://www.itsa-belly.com Itsabelly Baby Planners

    I purchased this coffee mug as well. I use it for tea mainly and I swear I had my tea in it for 3 hours and it was still really hot, amazing! Love this mug and wouldn’t use anything else.Thanks TSL!

  • Lacey Wood

    We have three similar stainless steel “mugs” by Thermos (which we purchased at WalMart for about $10 each), and I actually use them daily for my ice water. A GREAT alternative to plastic bottles (environmentally and health-wise), and my water literally stays ICE COLD all day long! I am a nursing mama, so I carry tons of water with me all the time, and in addition I leave a full one in my baby girl’s room each night for those night-time wakings and her first-thing-in-the-morning feed. Ten hours after I fill it with cold filtered water and an ice cube it is still ice cold! LOVE THIS PRODUCT!!!!

  • Lacey Wood

    We have three similar stainless steel “mugs” by Thermos (which we purchased at WalMart for about $10 each), and I actually use them daily for my ice water. A GREAT alternative to plastic bottles (environmentally and health-wise), and my water literally stays ICE COLD all day long! I am a nursing mama, so I carry tons of water with me all the time, and in addition I leave a full one in my baby girl’s room each night for those night-time wakings and her first-thing-in-the-morning feed. Ten hours after I fill it with cold filtered water and an ice cube it is still ice cold! LOVE THIS PRODUCT!!!!

  • claire

    are you aware that 18/8 stainless steel can still leach, esp if acidic and hot things are stored in it? I’ve read that it can leach nickel……
    still looking for a glass lined thermos that is not coated with plastic….
    thanks for all this great research!

  • claire

    are you aware that 18/8 stainless steel can still leach, esp if acidic and hot things are stored in it? I’ve read that it can leach nickel……
    still looking for a glass lined thermos that is not coated with plastic….
    thanks for all this great research!

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  • http://bestcoffeeclubs.com/blog/ Coffee of the Month Clubs

    Very great review. I'm convinced that I should have this kind of thermos.

  • http://www.hevlacoffeeco.com/ Low Acid Coffee

    This is a good thermos coffee mug. It's been almost an all in one coffee tool.

  • Plastic Mug

    This mug is great! Really keep my coffee hot.

  • Stainless Steel Mug

    Stainless steel mugs are great because they generally keep drinks at the desired temperature for much longer than other standard mugs.

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