Thermos Stainless Steel, Vacuum Insulated Compact Beverage Bottle - 32 oz.

Thermos Stainless Steel, Vacuum Insulated Compact Beverage Bottle - 32 oz.
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Stainless Steel, Vacuum Insulated Compact Beverage Bottle - 32 oz.

Timeless. Natural. Enduring. These principles guide the development of every Thermos brand product. Products that help you savor every moment with a hot cup of coffee or tea. Products designed to endure and enhance your life's many experiences. Thermos brand is built to exacting standards. In terms of quality and performance, you will not find a better made insulated beverage product. For wherever life's adventures may take you, Thermos brand products are an ideal choice to keep your favorite beverage close at hand.

  • Thermos vacuum insulation technology locks in temperature to preserve flavor and freshness
  • Durable 18/8 stainless steel interior and exterior withstand the demands of everyday use
  • Convenient twist and pour stopper makes serving simple
  • Built-in stainless steel cup lets you enjoy your beverage anywhere
  • Light and compact design for effortless transport and storage
  • Bottle stays cool to the touch with hot liquids and is condensation-free with cold

  • Capacity: 32 oz
  • Dimensions: 3.6"W x 3.6"D x 12.3"H
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