Ceramic and Stainless Steel Tumbler, 16 fl oz
I love the feel of my all-ceramic mug, but it's been broken twice. This is an awesome solution, and I love the look. Perfect. Just use a stainless steel cleaner once in a while (like you would for anything else made out of stainless steel...).
I'm a partner.
December 12, 2012
Nice Ceramic Tumbler
State of the art ceramic and stainless steel tumbler,
Pro: Nice looking, keep cofee or tea hot, clean.
Cons: Heavy, Lid dont have a lock to mantain close.
Im going to try it in the next copule of weeks.
October 29, 2012
Would like a different lid
I feel my coffee does not stay hot and I think it is because the lid is open. I would like to know if there is a replacement lid for this cup.
October 28, 2012
I love this tumbler so much! I use it every morning. I like it so much I just pulled it up to pin to my "Products I Love" pin board on Pinterest so a link would be easily available incase I ever needed to order one as a gift.
I was shocked to see that some people didn't like it. I then reviewed my experience of finding it and using it the first time and understand why their reviews may be so negative...? I will explain the pros and cons because I feel it is important and a great product.
*It has a ceramic lining that feels awesome against my lips!
*The ceramic lining is preferred so that the drink flavor is not altered by a flavor damaging plastic/metal/paper cup
*Its insulation is so strong It lasts for hours.
*The top helps stop any spills if I drive over something in the road.
*Its not a screw top container that is waterproof.
*It is breakable.
*It is not dishwasher safe. I clean mine by pouring boiling water in it. Quick and easy.
Buy this if you want luxuriously smooth ceramic against your lips.
Don't buy this if you want it to be waterproof, it's not.
It's a luxury high end travel tumbler and I USE IT EVERY DAY AND LOVEEEE IT.
October 20, 2012
This is a nice looking mug, though somewhat overly large for carrying around. And it's nice drinking from ceramic.
The problem is that the removable top is far to close to the actual rim of the mug, meaning that once the coffee is below half full, you have to tilt the mug at a precipitous angle in order to actually drink it. As I type this, I have wet coffee down the front of my shirt from my most recent experience with this problem.
Works fine without the top, but not much of a travel mug with no top.
All this exacerbated by the $20 price tag. Outrageously overpriced for the quality of the experience.
It's pretty, but you should avoid it.
September 12, 2012