- Item details
φ70 x H170 mm / 350 ml
18-8 Stainless steel, Polypropylene, Silicone
Keep drinks hot and cold for 6 hours. (Hot above 65°C / 149°F, cold below 8°C / 46°F)
Designed by Kinto
Manufactured by Kinto
Designed in Japan, the Travel Tumbler is a practical and functional way to stay hydrated on the go, reducing use of plastic bottles and disposable coffee cups at the same time. Made of durable 18-8 grade stainless steel with a double-walled vacuum construction, this travel flask for hot and cold drinks works efficiently to preserve the temperature of its contents and ensure your refreshment. Maintains hot contents at above 65℃ for six hours and cold contents at below 8℃ for six hours. The high-quality stainless steel interior is highly durable and rust-resistant while a smooth, electro-polished interior prevents staining and makes it easy to clean. The simple cap system allows you to drink with ease from any angle, and an internal structure holds ice cubes within the body of the flask.3-5 working days. Delivery Mainland UK £5.00. Accessories orders over £150 free for Mainland UK. Non-Mainland UK and International options available. Please enquire for further details.
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