Review: Stanley Classic Vacuum Bottle

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Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post for which I received a Stanley product to review.

Despite my love for coffee and the occasional cup of tea, I’ve never been a huge fan of taking a thermos, or anything similar, with me whilst hiking or camping.

However, I think my thinking has changed somewhat after being sent a 473ml Classic Vacuum Bottle by the good people from Stanley.

A company steeped in history since 1913, Stanley was created by William Stanley who invented the all-steel vacuum bottle.

Whilst the vacuum bottle has been the cornerstone of their product range since then, they have branched out into hip flasks, mugs, and food containers.

Classic Vacuum Bottle

This has positioned Stanley as one of the go-to outdoor company’s when it comes to food and beverageware.

I took the Classic Vacuum Bottle with me on my most recent trips to Marysville, Olinda, and Gembrook and tested it out with water first.

One of the great features of the Classic Vacuum Bottle is that it keeps hot for 15 hours, cold for 15 hours, and ice-cold for 60 hours.

Furthermore, the insulated lid doubles as a cup which is a handy feature for someone such as myself who enjoys gear that has multiple uses.

Made completely out of stainless steel, it is also BPA-free and comes with a lifetime warranty.

The Classic Vacuum Bottle is incredibly lightweight which makes it easy to store in your day pack or rucksack on a multi-day hike.

In short, I genuinely couldn’t fault this product whatsoever.

If you are someone who enjoys car camping, enjoys hiking, and are partial to coffee and tea whilst doing either, I would highly recommend investing in one of these.

At $64.95, I think you are getting great value for money with the Classic Vacuum Bottle and it allows you to enjoy yourself that little bit more whilst in the outdoors.

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