Thermos FUNtainer Stainless Steel, Straw Bottle - Purple - 16 oz.

Thermos FUNtainer Stainless Steel, Straw Bottle - Purple - 16 oz.
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FUNtainer™ Stainless Steel, Straw Bottle - Purple - 16 oz.

Constructed with double wall stainless steel, this 16 ounce straw bottle is virtually unbreakable and built to withstand the demands of everyday use. Featuring a hygienic, push-button lid, this straw bottle is easy to open and drink from. Also included on the lid is an integrated, flip-up carrying loop. The FUNtainer Straw Bottle comes equipped with a breakaway lid designed to simply snap off if accidentally dropped while the lid is open. The lid can then be easily snapped back into place, making this a great, worry-free choice for parents and kids alike. In order to maximize the incredible insulation technology, it is recommended to pre-chill the bottle just prior to use. This can be accomplished by filling the bottle with cold tap water, attaching the lid and letting it rest for a few minutes. Before you are ready to use, simply empty the water and fill with your favorite beverage. Attaching the lid will further increase the thermal efficiency.

  • Vacuum insulation technology for maximum temperature retention, not for use with hot liquids
  • Durable stainless steel interior and exterior
  • Hygienic push button lid with pop-up straw and integrated carry handle
  • Keeps cold 12 hours
  • 16 ounce capacity; hand washing recommendedrinks refreshingly cold for up to 12 hours
  • Durable stainless steel interior and exterior withstand the demands of everyday use; Hand wash recommended
  • Hygienic push button lid with pop-up silicone straw is easy to use
  • Flip-up carrying loop

  • 16 ounce capacity
  • Measures 2.6"W x 2.6"D x 8.6"H
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