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5 Best Thermos for Autumn and Winter in 2021

1. Zojirushi Stainless Steel bottle

Why should you use an expensive Japanese import product when there are tons of thermos flasks, coffee mugs, and similar products in every department store. Well: the reason is quite simple: the company Zojirushi from Osaka, offers unbelievable quality based on the company’s expertise in the field of insulation technology.

The first thing that strikes you with Zojirushi jugs and containers: neither the time nor outside temperature seems to have an influence on the temperature of the drink. It has happened to me more than once that I filled my Zojirushi pot with a nice hot green tea in the morning before a business trip with the ICE. Then I forgot the jug in my pocket and only 8 hours later – on the way back – it fell into my hands again. Quickly started and then the amazement: I almost burned my mouth after eight Hours. The reason for this long time in which the temperature of the drink is kept at the same level is due to the technology in the wall of the pot.

The locking technology of the Zojirushi mugs is also fantastic and safe. Spills in your pocket or backpack are a thing of the past. And of course, there are many different colors and sizes. Especially in times when disposable coffee cups and the like are an increasing problem, mugs are a great alternative. Especially those of Zojirushi.

 

 

2. Stanley Classic Legendary Vacuum Insulated bottle

Outdoor and camping fans know the Stanley brand. In this case, the Stanley Classic is a very robust thermos bottle with a special surface coating. It is said to survive bullets, falls from over 1200 m, and super frost of -70 ° C. It is, therefore “indestructible” in the truest sense of the word. The manufacturer Stanley is so aware of the quality of its thermos bottles that you give the thermos bottle a full 25-year guarantee.

In addition to its robustness, the Stanley Classic also impresses with its very high insulation performance and keeps your hot drink hot for up to 45 hours and even cold for 48 hours. Thanks to the double-walled insulation made of stainless steel, your drink filled with ice cubes should stay cold for up to 8 days. This insulating performance for both hot and cold beverages is not even close to being achieved by any of the thermos bottles presented here. This makes it the perfect companion for outdoor enthusiasts.

Furthermore, this thermos has a screw cap and one of the lids, which also serves as a drinking cup and is designed to be insulating. The Stanley Classic is available in 3 different colors (Matte Black, Nightfall Dark Blue, and Hammertone Green) and two different capacities

 

 

3. Thermos Stainless King 40 Ounce Beverage Bottle

THERMOS is the classic thermos bottle and offers countless models. The Stainless King from THERMOS is a very robust thermos bottle and ideal for outdoor activities such as mountain tours or just for picnicking. Thanks to the 1.2 L capacity, a day trip with enough hot drinks is guaranteed.

The double-walled insulation ensures optimum temperature maintenance. Your hot or cold drinks stay at the same temperature for up to 24 hours without any problems. The locking system from Thermos is 100% leak-proof. Here, too, the lid serves as a drinking cup, but it is criticized that the drinking cup is not insulated and could therefore get hot quickly.

The entire thermos bottle is also suitable for convenient cleaning in the dishwasher. THERMOS now offers its Stainless King vacuum flask in 9 different colors and two size models.

 

 

4. TLINNA Stainless Steel Thermo Travel Modern Mug

The smart thermal bottle made of pure black matt, refined and elegant was developed to improve the well-being of people. This bottle has a capacity of 500 ml and, thanks to the double chamber, holds hot drinks for 12 hours and cold drinks for 24 hours. The cap with a touch-sensitive LCD display hermetically seals the hot water bottle and shows the temperature of the liquid it contains with an easily adjustable acoustic signal that reminds you to drink every two hours.

When the display is green, the temperature of the drink is optimal, orange when it is hot, red when the temperature is very high, above 60 degrees. The Puro Smart thermal water bottle is made of stainless steel, the best material for storing drinks.

It does not spoil and can be used over and over again. The steel also contains no bisphenol (BPA-free). does not rust and leaves the organoleptic properties of the liquid inside unchanged.

 

 

5. Emsa”Senator” 33.8 oz Vacuum Flask from Stainless Steel

The Emsa Senator 1.0 L is a large vacuum flask that is suitable for everyday use as well as for hiking tours and camping holidays. It can be used for hot as well as cold drinks and is, therefore, a good companion regardless of the season. The capacity is sufficient to use it for two.

With the Senator, the manufacturer has launched a vacuum flask that is reliable in every respect. As with well-known thermos flasks, the drinking cup is screwed at the top. Underneath is the screw cap of the bottle. However, you do not have to unscrew it to pour it, but use the Safe Loc lock, which simply has to be folded up. This is uncomplicated and reliably seals when the bottle is being transported. Of course, the cap is fully opened for filling and cleaning.

Cleaning the lid is a bit difficult due to the Safe Loc construction and requires a little patience. The bottle itself is easy to clean as it is made of stainless steel. The Senator is convincing when it comes to insulation, one of the most important aspects of a vacuum flask. It reliably keeps drinks at their original temperature. In terms of design, the bottle scores with stainless steel and the silicone sleeve embossed with lettering.

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