I use it daily for ice water. It keeps my water cold and, as another review mentioned, the ice keeps for about 2 days. I've dropped it several times on concrete and, while it has dents and dings all over it now, it still does what I need it to do. Impressed with the size of this thing, several folks have asked me where they can purchase one.
Stanley Go Series 64 Oz. Vacuum-Sealed Growler
In stock at San Leandro, 1919 Davis St
About This Item
Take your favorite beverage with you by using this Stanley Go Series Vacuum 64oz Growler. You'll be able to use it to up your tailgate and beer festival game. The water growler can be used for various drinks. Vacuum-insulated body and foamed-insulated lid keeps your beverage cold for 24 hours. It also has a heavy-duty handle that makes it easier for you to carry from place to place. The item is BPA-free, and can be easily washed in the dishwasher. You can take it with you to the office, school or use it at the gym.Stanley Go Series Vacuum 64oz Growler:
- Steel inner lid
- Heavy-duty handle
- Dishwasher safe
- Insulated growler allows you to stay hydrated while on the go
- Up your tailgate and beer festival game
- Vacuum-insulated body and foamed-insulated lid keeps your beverage cold for 24 hours
Double-wall vacuum insulationSweat-freeDurable, rust-proofBPA-free
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|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
5.50 x 4.30 x 13.00 Inches
Exceptional little cold beverage bottle
I've owned one of these 64 oz Stanley Growlers for about 18 months. It is on my bedside table every night.. filled with water and a few ice cubes. This is NOT a hot beverage thermos. It is for COLD beverages like beer and iced tea or water. If I fill it 1/3 full with ice, then top it off with water.. the ice will easily last 48 hours. If you want hot coffe at work, buy a thermos bottle designed for hot beverages. When I fix coffee at home, I pour the pot in to a 40 yr old 2 qt 'American' brand thermos that keeps the coffee steaming hot over 24 hours. A word of caution, if you pull the rubber gasket off to clean it.. it is a bit difficult to get back on. I recommend just using a toothbrush to scrub the gasket, instead of removing it.
I filled my growler with ice and water, and then forgot it in the car over the weekend. It sat outside through 60ish degree weather for a total of five days - when I finally remembered it and brought it inside, there was still a little ice left, and a lot of very cold water. I only use my double vacuum sealed bottles for drinking water, so i canât attest to its ability to retain heat, but it doesnât disappoint on cold beverages.
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