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Thermos recommendation

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  1. Backpeddler

    Backpeddler Elite Refuge Member

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    Coffee is getting cold in a few hours. Anyone have a thermos worthy o0f the blind?
     
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    Duane Read Senior Refuge Member

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    I got one of the Ozark trail bottles like the yeti with the screw cap and it kept my coffee warm all morning long
     
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    SkeeterMD Elite Refuge Member

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    I have a small 16oz thermos I have used for years. But I also have a morning thermos ritual. I preheat the thermos with hot or boiling water then dump it out. I also super heat my coffee in the microwave in a pyrex cup to almost boiling then add to thermos. I also never completely remove the lid when pouring. Stays hot for about 8 hours.
     
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    markd Elite Refuge Member

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    Regular old Stanley.
     
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    Grey Goose Senior Refuge Member

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    I second the Stanley. I have one that's over 35 years old that still keeps my coffee hot all morning.
     
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    SAXIS ISLANDER Elite Refuge Member

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    I got one of those yeti jug things for Christmas...I love it...but I didn't have to buy it!
     
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    Marshbum Elite Refuge Member

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    Can you say.... "Yeti Hot"??? Worth it.
     
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    Montauker Elite Refuge Member

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    I agree with old Skeeter, pre heat em. I have a variety of Stanleys.
     
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    fowlwhacker Elite Refuge Member

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    both of my daughters had to have the yeti's when they came out and swore how good they kept things cool or hot. I went for years with my old beat up 7-eleven plastic mug that I used for sweet tea. they finally bought me a yeti with one of those new lids that you can slide close to avoid spillage. Not a coffee drinker but it sure keeps my drinks cold and hold ice for a long time and folks I know swear by them to keep things hot as well.
     
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    markd Elite Refuge Member

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    Does Yeti even make a product with a cup? I don't see how drinking straight from the container would be conducive to a) not burning the **** out of your mouth and b) losing heat every time you open the lid.

    I pre-heat the Stanely, fill it and then toss it in the bottom of the boat. A couple hours later I start drinking nice hot coffee. Not sure a travel cup with a "watertight" lid would work for what I need it for. YMMV.
     
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