Stanley Classic Ultra 1.4-Quart Vacuum Bottle
Survived Big Crash
When I was in HS, I worked at a construction company in the summer and one of the guys got his Stanley thermos run over by a front-end loader. It dented it up pretty good, but it still worked perfectly. I always thought that was pretty cool. A couple of years ago, I got my own. Recently, I had a bad wreck on the highway returning home from a HS football game with my daughter. We ended up upside down on the interstate with stuff scattered for a half mile. Among the things thrown out of the car was my Stanley thermos. They found it on the pavement down the road from our car. It was returned to me a couple of days later with a few scratches (didn't leak a drop). It still works perfectly. I wouldn't trade it for anything, especially now after it survived our big wreck. Now I am buying one for my son-in-law
December 6, 2014
I have had my Stanley for about 3 years now. It keeps my coffee warm enough for me when I'm hunting or fishing, but I hate the fact that the stopper leaks like crazy. I have tried about everything I can think of and nothing works. Nothing like pouring hot coffee all over your leg in your blind because the stopper leaks! I also have the 100 year model and that one is great, I have had it for a little over a year now and it doesn't leak at all. Not sure I would buy another Stanley.
October 13, 2014
I bought this Thermos because it said it would stay hot up to 24 hours. I made coffee to take on my boat. After 12 hours (in 75-85 degree air temps) the coffee was not even warm and too cold to drink. What exactly does "up to 24 hours" mean? I expected to have at least warm coffee after 12 hours.
July 6, 2014
Stays at peak temperature for 8-10 hours
I will keep whatever you put in it piping hot for at least 8-10 hours. When I was sick I filled it with hot tea and kept in on the couch with me so I would not even have to move off the couch! It saved the day!
May 18, 2011