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Stanley Adventure 18-Ounce Vacuum Food Jar

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$23.99
Regular $29.99

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Keep your soup warm for lunch with this Stanley Adventure thermos.


PRODUCT FEATURES

  • Vacuum insulation keeps food hot or cold for 6 hours
  • Wide mouth design
  • Dry storage in stopper for fixings
  • Insulated lid doubles as 12-ounce bowl
  • Won't rust and leakproof
  • BPA free

WHAT'S INCLUDED

  • Full-size spork

PRODUCT DETAILS

  • 8.75''H x 8.75''W x 8''D
  • 18-ounce capacity
  • Stainless steel
  • Hand wash
  • Model no. 10-01287-025

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Durable and works! I have had one of these for about a year and love it. I put my hot soup/chilli in it at 7 am and it is still piping hot until 1pm. The spork is a good touch too because I have a tendency to lose utensiles. My wife likes it so much that I'm going to be getting one for her as well. I couldn't be happier with this product!
Date published: 2015-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best product for hot lunches! I've had my 18oz food jar since 2012, and it performs just as well today as when I first bought it. I pack my lunch at 0600, and even if I don't have a chance to eat until 12-1300hrs, my food is so hot that I burn my mouth if I'm not careful! I'm so glad I can enjoy a hot meal for lunch, even on my busiest days. I highly recommend this to EVERYONE who wants to pack a hot lunch early.
Date published: 2016-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Yes! I'm in school and only have a half hour between lecture and lab. I found this product and bought it so I could have hot food and safe money not buying food at the cafeteria. I put hot food in it in the morning. Throw it in a backpack and jump on a motorcycle and head off to school. At noon the food is very hot still. Out of curiosity, I decided to measure the heat loss using a Thermapen. Thermapen claims an accuracy of 0.7 degrees Fahrenheit. At 1:12 PM the food I put in registered 186 degrees. I sealed it up and it sat on the counter. Over eight hours later, at 8:50 PM the temperature was 140 degrees. Steam was still rising from the food. Then one day I put hot food in it that had just come off the stove at around 11:30 in the morning. I had forgotten the food and didn't rediscover it until 8:30 the next morning. When I opened the lid I saw a little steam coming from it. So I measured the temperature with the Thermapen. It was 100 degrees. I was impressed to think that this sat on the counter for over 21 hours and was still hot. Well done. I was so impressed, I went out and bought a coffee mug and have had excellent results as well.
Date published: 2016-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Holds a Lot - Keeps it Hot I remember these hot food keepers from back in the 1970's & 80s. Even with pre-heating the vessel, the best they ever did was deliver a lukewarm lunch. I've been debating taking another shot with one as I like to snowshoe & Nordic ski in areas where there isn't a lodge waiting to serve me hot soup. And lo, whilst browsing at a local retailer, I saw this thing. I decided to give it shot. Today was its test run, and it passed with flying colors. I pre-heated it with boiling water and I set the lid on top of it (didn't seal it, though); the instructions call for warm water & leaving the vessel open, but I wanted to get as much heat transference as possible. (Yay thermodynamics!) I heated my soup to a heavily bubbly simmer. I ate my still-hot soup about four hours later. We'll see how well it does with longer periods of time or casserole-type meals. But after hours of playing in the snow, even lukewarm food can hit the spot. The included spork seemed a little gimmicky to me, but I'm happy to see that its held very securely. I figured it would slide out and disappear at the first opportunity; from the looks of things, it won't. The dry storage in the lid is large enough to hold a couple of packages of saltines. I wouldn't use this for multi-day hikes as it's too heavy, but I can envision using it for day hike. (There's a hefty D-ring on the side by which one could hang this thing.) I would gladly recommend this, and I'd buy it again.
Date published: 2018-03-08
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