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Great cup for beer (for me) and for tang (for the kids). Not such a great cup for hot coffee unless you're trying to burn your finger prints off to avoid capture by the government. I guess if you're trying to avoid capture by the government you probably wouldn't be shopping online.To that end, go to Starbucks and get some of those little cardboard coffee cup jacket things and keep in your camper for mornings when you want both hot coffee and your fingerprints.
These cups are made with very good quality stainless steel that is both fingerprint resistant and non-slip. They are easy to hold and lightweight.I’m going to address some of the hilarious complaints I’ve read on here...“The sticker on the bottom of the cup is hard to remove”. I bought 8 of these cups in various sizes and simply sprayed a little Goof Off and the stickers came off within seconds.“Tips over easily”. Unless you have a medical condition in which your hands involuntarily tremble these cups do NOT tip over easily...LOL.“The rolled lip is unhygienic”. This is another one that had me LOL. Klean Kanteen spends thousands of dollars in research and development before they sell any product. There is absolutely nothing unhygienic/dangerous about these cups. I’m a Starbucks Barista and it’s funny how all of the people whining about this have no problem placing their lips directly onto the lid of our cups including the new straw-less lids. Do you not know that the only way to lock ALL of the lids in place is to press down on the lids with our dirty hands? Well, now you know.“It’s made in China”. Oh my gosh how can this be possible? But wait! The iPhone and/or Android phone you use is also made in China. Can you say hypocrite? All Klean Kanteen products are made in China. If you were too lazy to do the research who’s fault is that? Products made in China are just as good if not better than the ones made in USA. Buying American made products does not make you a better person.“They got rusted”. Of course they did because all you cared about was reading the part that states made in China but not the part the states for cold liquids only. These people used the cups with hot liquids or left the cups in the dishwasher for hours splashed by extremely hot water. Although you can use the dishwasher use a little common sense and go for a short cycle and immediately remove the cups. Don’t let them sit in the dishwater for hours letting all that hot steamy air and condensation rust them!Point being, ignore the 1 star whiners :)
Great option of you want to give baby a cup not made of plastic or glass. It is nice and light and my 10 month old picks it up easily full of milk or water. I combined it with the O-Sip! Lids to make it a sippy. It's now my favorite cup for the baby, he can throw it and I don't have to worry about breakage.
Ok my husband and I have both tried to recreate the "dribble phenomenon" blamed on the rolled lip. We can't do it. No dribbles, no muss no fuss. We wash them in the dishwasher, no rusting, no metal flavor imparted to our beverages. This is my favorite cup in the house. On hot days not much beats holding a frosty stainless cup in your hand. It's a pleasure similar to but opposite of holding a hot cup of coffee or tea on a cold winter day.I use the pint size for iced tea at home. The 10 oz however are most excellent for drinking wine at park concerts. (Our city allows wine at some concert events. At other concert events imbibing adults must be more discreet so it is nice the stainless cup is not clear). Have you ever tried to put stemware on an uneven grass surface in the park? The lower center of gravity makes the 10 oz more stable at picnics.