TS4504CH4

Thermos Element5 Stainless Steel, Insulated Double Wall Backpack Bottle - Charcoal w/Lime - 16 oz.

Thermos Element5 Stainless Steel, Insulated Double Wall Backpack Bottle - Charcoal w/Lime - 16 oz.
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Element5® Stainless Steel, Insulated Double Wall Backpack Bottle - Charcoal with Lime - 16 oz.

The Thermos 16 ounce element vacuum insulated backpack bottle is an ideal choice for all day beverage enjoyment, hot or cold. Thermos vacuum insulation technology will keep your hot drinks hot for up to 12 hours and your cold drinks cold for up to 24 hours. Features include a specially-designed smooth flow lid that helps control the flow of liquids and an easy to use one-handed push button lid with a locking ring for secure transport.

Features:
  • Thermos double wall vacuum insulation for maximum temperature retention
  • Durable stainless steel interior and exterior
  • Easy to use, one-handed push button operation
  • Sweat-proof design won't leave water rings
  • Locking ring for security
  • Fits most automotive cup holders


Specifications:
  • Capacity: 16 oz.
  • Dimensions: 2.9"W x 3.2"D x 9.7"H
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Thermos Element5 Stainless Steel, Insulated Double Wall Backpack Bottle - Charcoal w/Lime - 16 oz. TS4504CH4 THERMOS 16OZ SS INS DOUBLE WALL BACKPACK BOTTLE CHARCOAL
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