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    Stanley Stainless Steel h2o bottle (pics)


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    was in the big-box-store today and saw this, for about same price as 3 gallons of gas I had to give it a try. I've always liked/trusted Stanley gear.


    Holds 32 ounces with lid/cup on, ~26 ounces in just the SS part, cup hold ~7 ounces (32 is what the sticker says, the other #s are from my measuring)





    Has some measurement marks


    built in cup/mug



    Looks like a handy all-in-one piece of gear, I am currently testing the ''Leak-Proof'' claim.

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    Thanks for sharing. Would've been cooler if the lid/cup thing was stainless steel too. Kinda defeats the purpose if you ask me. I use a 64 ounce stainless steel Klean Kanteen. Prob go through a little over 1 1/4 of those bottles a day.

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    Actually I like it. Looks like you could cook with the as part and pour the contents into the top part, lid closed of course. That way you have a cooker and a drinker. I'll be looking for these.
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    They also had a Stanley plastic ''nalgene'' and an all SS water bottle (24 ounce size). looks like Stanley is unleashing a whole slew of outdoor gear. Still on look out for their new Cook Pot.





    Quote Originally Posted by Murphnuge View Post
    Actually I like it. Looks like you could cook with the as part and pour the contents into the top part, lid closed of course. That way you have a cooker and a drinker. I'll be looking for these.
    thats what I was thinking, warm up some water, pop a Folger's ''tea''bag into the cup, add the water, voila...cup'a'joe

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    Hell yeah, good buy!
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    Oh very nice. I like the plastic mugs-they don't burn your lips. I'll pick up one of these.
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    been lettin it sit upside down and on its side for a few hours now, no leaks yet. Good heavy SS...cant bend or dimple it in my hands, mug is sturdy, but just flexible enough to not shatter. I'm ready to test it out further.

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    I saw these, and knew the top came off, but didn't realize it was a cup. Very cool, thanks for posting.

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    Hey TB, these in the camping section?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JTC View Post
    Hey TB, these in the camping section?
    yeah, the camping aisle, near all the stoves and outdoor cooking, same section as Thermoses

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