StanleyMaster Vacuum Bottle - 25oz

A Stanley classic now insulated.

Stanley's green bottle has been a staple in the outdoors community before skis came in different colors, and now the Master Vaccum Bottle is here to elevate your outdoors experience with modern insulation. QuadVac increases this stainless steel bottle's already-impressive insulation to keep hot drinks nice and toasty when you're winter camping. It will actually keep your drinks a little too warm for a little too long, in which case the lid doubles as a smaller cup to chill your beverage a bit for easy sips. 

  • Stanley's classic bottle now insulated to keep hot drinks hot
  • Tough-as-nails stainless steel construction with QuadVac insulation
  • Lid doubles as a cup to sip out of
  • Press top ensures a leakproof experience
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Built Stanley tough

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The Stanley vacuum bottle is fantastic. There was still ice in it after leaving it in my 80+ degree car for 4 hours. When I opened it the next morning, there was STILL ICE!! I was shocked. It’s stainless steel on the inside and the outside is coated in a matte finish, I really like to look and feel of the bottle. Highly recommend!

Podium Vacuum Bottle

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

After a few months of mourning over my lost Stanley thermos after a move, I picked this little guy up and I was instantly reminded why I loved my Stanley products in the first place. With alot to choose from these days, eye-popping colors and all, this Stanley thermos, like other Stanley products, remains king. No messing around--they're one of the most durable, heavy-duty ones out there and with the vacuum technology they've perfected, this ruff-n-tuff container does an AMAZING job fulfilling their promise of keeping hot--hot and cold--cold. Fall in love with THIS color, because you can depend on it coming through. Take a minute to look at the details you won't see on the pretty guys, the seals (not just a flimsy gasket), the deep and numerous threads (keeps the lid a very integral part of the insulating system, and more. Time-tested (not just by me) will be why I invest in a replacement for my larger lost thermos--the last piece of missing gear for my winter setup.