Thanks to their vacuum-seal technology, Stanley mugs and bottles can keep liquids hot or cold for an extraordinary amount of time – up to 160 hours with some models! Styles range from a convenient stainless-steel travel mug that can fit in your car’s cup holder to a 2-gallon polypropylene jug, perfect for the sidelines. These powerhouses keep your favorite drinks fresh from morning to night.
Types of Stanley Mugs and Bottles
The Stanley vacuum-seal bottle is a container within a container, with a vacuum seal between the two. The vacuum provides a barrier that slows the transfer of outside air to the liquid inside. Consider these styles:
● Stanley Travel Mugs and Stanley Water Bottles. With a push-button top and leak-proof lid, these travel mugs make it easy to enjoy your favorite beverage on the road, one-handed and without spills. They fit in standard car cup holders and can keep drinks hot for up to 7 hours and iced drinks cold for up to 36 hours. Some vacuum bottles have a reusable straw.
● Stanley Thermoses. A leak-proof thermos can hold hot drinks like tea or coffee, cold drinks like lemonade or iced tea, and hot soups. It comes with an insulated lid that doubles as a cup. With a capacity of 2 quarts, it can hold an entire pot of coffee. Use it for camping and hiking to keep liquids at their ideal temperatures for up to 20 hours.
● Stanley Growlers. Growlers are an old-fashioned yet on-trend way to store beer. These vacuum-sealed growlers keep beer fresh, cold and carbonated for up to 24 hours. The flip-top and wide-mouthed lid makes for easy pouring, and the steel construction means your cold one never comes in contact with plastic. Take it along for tailgating. For another brew-friendly mug, choose the Stanley stein.
● Stanley Water Jugs. For the sports field or construction site, this 2-gallon jug can keep iced drinks cold for up to 160 hours.
Tips for Using Your Stanley Mug or Water Bottle
Before filling the Stanley insulated mug with hot coffee or soup, fill it with steaming hot water at least 170 degrees or higher and let it sit for five minutes. For cold drinks, prime the bottle with ice water close to 32 degrees. This will increase your safe-storage time.