Please enter a valid city, state or zip code
Hello. Sign In
20 reviews | 4.6 out of 5
Soup added steaming hot at 7am was still very hot at noon. Boiling water was poured into the food jar and allowed 5-10 min to warm it before the water was emptied and the soup - brought to a near boil - was promptly poured in. The temp was checked and lo and behold, it was 140 degrees...a safe temp to hold hot foods.
I have owned a few food thermos. This the best by far. My food is actually hot 6 hours later.
My husband has been using the big Stanley beverage container ~ yr now and loves it at work, since they only have vending mach. coffee. Now entering the fall/winter mos he and the kids (teens) are using these for my homemade soup for lunch. Big kudos to Stanley for producing a great container that keeps liquid/soup/chili hot. The container is the shape of a bolt, doesn't roll since its hexagon and the handle is esp sturdy. Item holds 3 coups and top turns into a bowl that holds 1 cup. Wonder how long the stainless steel finish will last(?) Wish they put the power coat paint finish on it like their other products.
I work outside and can't stand a cold sandwich on a cold day, so I was looking for a good thermal jar for soups and stews. This 20 oz Stanley Bold food jar is wonderful. It keeps my food warm from 5:45 a.m. until lunch at 12:00p.m. The 20 oz. capacity is a little large for me, but it does the job I needed.
I bought this for my husband for Christmas and he really likes it. It's sturdy, and masculine and he doesn't feel like a sissy carrying it (haha). It keeps things warm/hot even when it is left out in his truck when the temps are in the single-digit temps outside. It does help to fill it with hot water to warm up the thermos before filling it with soup or whatever. He loves being able to have something hot for lunch rather than the sandwiches he was getting tired of. Great product, recommended!
I love it! Since my family no longer uses microwave to heat up food, I've been bringing cold salad and sandwiches to work until I got this jar. It keeps my lunch warm for long hours. I enjoy the hot lunches so much that I cannot go to work without the jar :->
I am extremely satisfied with this product. I put hot soup in it at 7:00 am, but did not get a chance to eat it, but when I emptied it at 7:30 pm that evening, to say the least I was surprised. It was still piping hot.
I have tried several different thermos, glass, plastic, and stainless steel, and the Stanley Bolt outperformed them all. If I had 1 suggestion to make, it would be for a food jar twice the size of the food jar with a wide mouth.
My husband takes homemade soup for lunch all year around. This is a great thermos. Sturdy, easy to clean and keeps the soup HOT!
Good for Truck Driver Husband. Only complaint is that the opening is small and it does not keep food as hot as other Stanley containers.
I had this product for 2 months now using it 5 days a week and it was amazing it would keep my soup hot and i mean 8-9 hours after pouring it into the thermos i still had to let the soup sit till i could eat it, i work in the woods and keep the thermos in my truck that is well below freezing and would still be hot after that amount time. last week i noticed that my food wasent staying as hot as it used to be and 3 days after i noticed the food wasent as hot as it was, it was cold not warm but cold, THIS PRODUCT HAD AN AWEFUL LIFESPAN DO NOT PURCHACE IF U PLAN TO USE MORE THAN 2 MONTHS
I read many reviews before choosing a food jar. Many were cheaper and some were more expensive. I fill my jar with boiling water the night before and after heating my lunch the next morning I empty the water and fill the food jar with the food (so far soups, chili, pasta, beef stew). I usually eat my lunch about 8-10 hours later and it is always to hot to eat:) I usually have to let it cool or blow on it, but I like my food hot so it is fine with me. It is by far the best food jar I have ever used. It seems to be durable and the handle keeps it from rolling around in my jeep.
I used it for the first time today and it is excellent, kept the food in it real hot. Just the ticket for Golfing and packing a hot lunch of soup , chili etc.
This was purchased tp take hot food to work, an it does a great job!
I bought this product for my husband and he complains that the food is to hot to eat.. he has to let it cool down.
Keeps my soups/chili hot for 6-8 hours. Good product and very easy to clean. Product is very durable. I have dropped it a couple of times and it remains scratch/dent free.
After looking on-line for days for a container to store HOT "FOOD" in, I finally decided to check out Walmart.com & came across this food jar. It was the other customers' reviews that sold me. I was needing something for my boyfriend to take warm food in for lunch everyday and actually eat it what he packed. We started a calorie counting diet 6 weeks ago and he was skipping out on lunch because, as a truck driver, he quickly got tired of cold sandwiches. Plus with fall and winter on its way, I knew something had to be done or he would be robbing his health. So far he loves his food jar. Yes, he carries soup in it and such, but he also carries his lean pockets in it! ^_^ Now, that's what I'm talking about. He pours hot water in the jar at 5:30 in the morning, then pours that out and places his heated lunch inside & by noon or even later he states that his food "is still piping hot." I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this product for those who are needing something truely manly to get the job done of storing HOT food for you.
This works exactly how it says it will. I pour my boiling water in it close it up, leave it for 5-10 min, while gettin the food ready. Pour the food in at 6:30 AM and at 4:30 PM when he gets home from work the food that may be left in it is still warm enough to eat. I have to buy 2 more for the kids for school.....can't seem to keep enough on hand. They even wash up in the dishwasher on the TOP rack only great.
I was pleased with this product overall. It does not keep the soup boiling hot but after 5 hours it is still warm enough to eat. I would not recommend keeping food in the container over 6 hours.