Thermos Stainless King 40-Ounce Beverage Bottle

I bought this item December 2011 as a gift for my husband. I swear on a stack of bibles, I meant for it to be HIS Thermos. Why would I need a Thermos? I work from home. Then, I caught a really nasty head cold. I came across a ginger tea home remedy recipe that recommended steeping your ginger and lemon in a 5 cup thermos. I quickly Googled the 5 cups to Ounces conversion… err I mean, I quickly did the math in my head. What do you know? 40 ounces exactly! My tea stayed hot till the last drop even when I finished it off the following day. This Thermos didn’t leave my side for a week.I also like to toss my cold beverages into my Ninja and blend in some ice. I loved the slushy goodness but hated having to repeat the process multiple times a day. Now I blend a full pitcher at a time, pour my glass, then funnel the rest into MY Thermos. I have poured drinks as long as two days later and it was still filled with ice. I rarely ever toss out a half finished beverage anymore. I can just pour what I need without having to stop what I’m doing to get a refill.My husband has owned other thermoses in the past and they were okay. However, NONE of them kept liquids hot/cold as long as this one. Their handles broke or their exterior got all banged up or they got pushed to the back of the pantry all dusty and forgotten. This thermos still looks as shiny and new as the day we got it. That is saying something, since I have an extremely hyper 70 lb German Shorthaired Pointer, a rambunctious two-year old daughter and the grace of a deaf bat. This Thermos has taken a beating over the past 15 months and I’d wager it continues to hold its own for at least triple that.I will only ever buy Thermos brand thermoses from now on. Speaking of which, I should probably order a Thermos for my husband. He has been wanting one for a while now. 🙂  More  Click here

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