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Thermos Stainless King Stainless Steel, Vacuum Insulated Drink Bottle - Midnight Blue - 24 oz.

Thermos Stainless King Stainless Steel, Vacuum Insulated Drink Bottle - Midnight Blue - 24 oz.
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Stainless King™ Stainless Steel, Vacuum Insulated Drink Bottle - Midnight Blue - 24 oz.

The Thermos brand is well known as the quality and performance leader in insulated food and beverage products. The Stainless King™ series creates a chapter in Thermos' storied history with a modern line that blends out technology with a dash of the past.

An ideal choice for people on the go, the Stainless King Vacuum Insulated Leak-Proof Drink Bottle is built to last and loaded with features to make for a more enjoyable drinking experience. Thermos vacuum insulation technology virtually eliminates temperature change within the beverage container by creating an airless space between two stainless steel walls. The result is an insulation layer that performs better than any other. A superior insulated container you can depend on to keep your beverages hotter, colder, fresher, longer.This drink bottle is perfect for all day beverage enjoyment as it keeps beverages hot for 12 hours or cold for 24, making it a great choice for wherever life's adventures may take you.

Features:
  • Vacuum insulation technology for maximum temperature retention, hot or cold
  • Durable stainless steel interior and exterior
  • Locking lid with one hand push button operation
  • Cool to the touch with hot foods, sweat-proof with cold


Specifications:
  • Capacity: 24 oz
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Thermos Stainless King Stainless Steel, Vacuum Insulated Drink Bottle - Midnight Blue - 24 oz. SK4000MBTRI4 THERMOS 24OZ SS INSULATED BEVERAGE BOTTLE MIDNIGHT BLUE
$27.99
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