Win 1 of 5 Stanley Classic 0.75l Vacuum Bottles

Stanley Logo, 19 kb

The Stanley stainless steel, vacuum insulated bottle was invented in 1913 out of necessity. It was built to last. Today, the needs may be different, but the promise is the same. The classic vacuum bottles are built for your next job, your next walk, or hike. They still keep your coffee hot and they're still built to last with a lifetime guarantee.

Vacuum Bottle Lifestyle, 137 kb

Featuring an internal vacuum surrounded by double walled BPA free and rust proof stainless steel, the 0.75L Vacuum bottle can keep drinks hot or cold for 20 hours, giving you 0,75 litres of warmth for your hands and insides when the weather is a bit chilly. Features of the 0.75L Vacuum Bottle include a solid, leakproof lid which doubles up as a cup, an easy-pour stopper to reduce the chance of spillages and a heavy duty handle, allowing for easy handling over all types of terrain.

Stanley Lifestyle 2, 188 kb

The 0.75L bottle is an outdoor icon and is bound to give you a lifetime of hot drinks and shared memories with loved ones.

Vacuum Bottle, 51 kb

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