Thermos Stainless Steel, Vacuum Insulated Drink Bottle w/Tea Infuser - 16 oz.

Thermos Stainless Steel, Vacuum Insulated Drink Bottle w/Tea Infuser - 16 oz.
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Stainless Steel, Vacuum Insulated Drink Bottle with Tea Infuser - 16 oz.

An ideal choice for people on the go, the Vacuum Insulated Drink Bottle with Tea Infuser 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 with tea infuser keeps beverages hot for 12 hours or cold for 24, making it a great choice for long days out and about or in the office.

  • Thermos vacuum insulation technology for maximum temperature retention, hot or cold
  • Smooth flow design helps control the flow of warm liquids
  • Locking lid with one-handed push button operation, is made with BPA-free
  • Eastman Tritan™ copolyester to resist stains and provide durability
  • Durable stainless steel interior and exterior
  • Dishwasher safe

  • Capacity: 16oz.
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