Reddit Reddit reviews Zojirushi SM-KHE48AG Stainless Steel Mug, 16oz, Smoky Blue

We found 90 Reddit comments about Zojirushi SM-KHE48AG Stainless Steel Mug, 16oz, Smoky Blue. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Zojirushi SM-KHE48AG Stainless Steel Mug, 16oz, Smoky Blue
Stainless steel vacuum insulation keeps beverages hot or cold for hoursDurable and sanitary 18/8 stainless steel interiorSlicksteel finish. Made of BPA-free plasticWide mouth accommodates full size ice cubesCompact design takes up minimal space while maximizing capacity
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90 Reddit comments about Zojirushi SM-KHE48AG Stainless Steel Mug, 16oz, Smoky Blue:

u/Guazzabuglio · 63 pointsr/Coffee

I got this one at the Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market.

I also got this Zojirushi travel mug for my birthday. This thing is great. It'll stay piping hot all day, and most times I need to unscrew the lid and let it cool for awhile before I'm actually able to drink from it.

u/dagaetch · 60 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I'm very happy with my Zojirushi. Can't use a straw, but I've never had trouble with ice cubes. And it's insulated like a mofo, ice cubes stay solid overnight.

u/[deleted] · 33 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Be aware that BPA-free plastics often contain other endocrine disrupters, sometimes even worse than BPA. Your best bet is to go with one that is uncoated metal (I believe many of them coat the inside with plastic to prevent the metal from reacting with the contents and producing an odd taste).

That being said, since the "what's the best insulated mug" question comes up on BIFL about every 13.6 minutes in average, I can confidently tell you the answer is Zojirushi.

One reviewer claims it is uncoated.

u/Xan2122 · 28 pointsr/Coffee

Zojirushi has some of the best travel mugs period. Mine will keep my coffee hot all day and if I forget to drink it (rare) it will still be hot the next morning. Disassembles easily for thorough cleaning and comes in a variety of sizes and colors! It also fits perfectly in any cup holder because it's slim design and can easily be operated with one hand while driving.

Be careful about Stanley mugs, some reviews say the quality has dropped.

u/NMO · 10 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Seeing this page, I feel like japanese brand Zojirushi is a really good option. Namely the previous generation Stainless Steel Mug.

u/tstone433 · 10 pointsr/Coffee

Zojirushi thermos. I absolutely love this thing. I typically use it as a carafe and serve my coffee into a small mug. I highly recommend it.

u/reddit_is_filth · 10 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Zojirushi, hands down. I've had this one for two and a half years now, and it's just as good as the day I got it.

What's more, they sell replacement parts - the whole lid, the mouthpiece, all the seals & o-rings... You can get an entire rebuild kit for around ten or twelve bucks.

edit - fixed link. apparently, reddit doesn't know what a link is without http:// out front.

u/Broken_Toys · 9 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Zojirushi is a fantastic brand as far as insulated bottles and jars go. They are pricier than Thermos brand but worth the added cost. That being said Thermos makes a damn good product.

I have this:

That thing is incredible.

u/tseliottt · 9 pointsr/Coffee

Zojirushi for sure.

Those ratings. 1184 5 star, 27 1 star. Hard to go wrong.

u/Connguy · 7 pointsr/makemychoice

Edit: for the record, I posted this before the lasybugs thing took off

You're not going to make any great progress on a PC build for that price. Besides, PC tech is changing so quickly, you shouldn't buy any one piece of it until you can buy all of it.

If you're looking for X1 games, I'm a huge fan of Destiny, but it's not for everyone. If you're looking for more of a sure hit, check out Shadows of Mordor or Dragon Age: Inquisition.

If you want to change things up a little, here are some of my favorite purchases (I'm a minor Amazon addict):

u/Atbat82 · 7 pointsr/Coffee

Zojirushi hands down. Keeps coffee hot for way too long and doesn’t leak at all. I literally fill mine with hot coffee and drop it in my laptop bag (remember to lock the lid) and never a drip.

There’s a bunch of different models, but something like this:

u/ccdes · 7 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I love the Zojirushi - I am totally comfortable with putting one in my laptop bag as long as it's "locked" and if I forget about it the coffee is still hot 10 hours later...

u/AmNotLost · 7 pointsr/Coffee

Zoji every day. All day. Accept nothing less.

u/wholesomefolsom96 · 6 pointsr/ADHD

I support this idea. If you are not drinking from a tumbler straw, this is my favorite water bottle of all time:

Zojirushi SM-KHE48AG Stainless Steel Mug, 16-Ounce, Smoky Blue

I got so used to drinking ice water (no longer room temp like a plebeian) and the ergonomics are unparalleled in this bottle. The ease of the pour spout makes it effortless to sip and work on something else, or tilt it in bed without spilling, not to mentions makes sharing easier since the pour is so good you don’t have to touch it to your mouth! Also if you forget to drink enough water one day, don’t worry, water will still be cold. It holds ice cubes for over 24 hours (meaning ice in water holds solid form for HOURS).

Too hyped on this but it seriously got me into a good habit of drinking water.


The other trick I did at my last job was to get up and refill my bottle once every hour. It would make me race the clock to do a certain task or amount of work before getting up to pee and refill it again.

Because if I was drinking a bottle an hour and getting up every time, I had to pee every hour... which meant phone games and reddit every hour from 5-10 minutes an hour depending...

It made me a happier, faster worker, more hydrated, and I got paid an hour to pee EVERY day... (7 minutes to pee/refill every hour give or take extra pooping time X 7 work hours a day = 49 minutes).

It also helps you poop more if you drink more water and relax on the toilet. And I’d always say, save money on the toilet paper while also getting paid to shit!

r/hydrohomies for life

u/eyeoutthere · 6 pointsr/Coffee

SM-KA48 model is out of production. Look for SM-KHE48 or SM-KB48 (should be around $27 and $31 respectively). Those are the more recent models.

SM-KB48 is the newest with the only difference being it has a different (don't know if "better") type of non-stick coating on the inside of the mug.

u/callmeRichard · 6 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Stainless steel and vacuum insulation should make for a good product. But it is kind of hard to see how the mouth piece works... I would probably go with a tried and true Zojirushi unless you really need the extra capacity.

u/je-june · 6 pointsr/Coffee

Zojirushi SM-KHE48AG Stainless Steel Mug, 16-Ounce, Smoky Blue

I have one of these and it will probably be the last mug I ever buy. Its very well designed! Doesn't leak, easy to clean, keeps coffee hot for a long time.

There is a "slicksteel" version that has a polished stainless interior and a nonstick version (sm-kb).

u/vonofthedead · 6 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Your savior has arrived.

check this out

It keeps coffee hot for a few hours, is easy to drink from and clean. Also it fits in most cup holders in cars. Best "mug" I have ever had.

u/GoosieLoosie · 5 pointsr/BuyItForLife I'm on my phone and can't remember how to post a link, sorry. This will keep your coffee HOT and your ice cubes from melting, won't leak, has a plastic mouth piece and is BIFL

u/lazyAgnostic · 5 pointsr/santashelpers

For the sweet tooth (like my dad, these are all things he likes):

  • A candy jar or bowl filled with her favorite candy.

  • An artisan ice cream scoop.

  • An ice cream maker. You could get an ice cream recipe book as well.

  • One of my dad's favorite gifts was a sugar dispenser... I think that shows his level of sugar commitment.

  • Some artisan marshmallows.

  • A milk frother that doubles as a hot chocolate maker.

    For the executive (like my mom, these are all things she likes):

  • A high quality thermos for coffee on the way to work.

  • A smart home setup, maybe an echo and some smart outlets or the google home. Really good for turning lights on/off, asking for the weather and news, listening to music, etc.

  • A FitBit to help her keep healthy even working long hours.

  • A popcorn maker that allows you to make non-microwaved popcorn in the microwave.

  • A white noise machine. If she has any trouble sleeping this thing is AMAZING.

  • A Roku or Chromecast that makes it easier to watch Netflix on the TV.

  • Wine tasting or cooking class that you can do together. Really my mom loves doing stuff with her family.
u/techniforus · 5 pointsr/LifeProTips

This is the best container. It won't even spill too much if the lid's left open, it locks and maintains a seal really well in a bag, and if anything it's too good at keeping your drink hot. Also it's solid construction, I've really been hard on mine over the past 3 years or so and it's still marvelous.

u/thyfearfulsymmetry · 5 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

A mug by this company is ideal for soups, coffee, even stews if you bring a bowl to pour it in. I have had coffee scalding my mouth 14 hours later. I often have to open it, let the contents cool and then consume because it retains heat so well.

Sorry for the Amazon link, I'm on mobile. This is the one I have. They fit perfectly in backpacks and can be strapped to a bike. Mine survives concrete floors and being dropped all the time. It's not pretty but still works as good as I got it in Jan of 2014.

Zojirushi SM-KHE48AG Stainless Steel Mug, 16-Ounce, Smoky Blue

[Edit] I see they have a 32 oz version now which is double what I have! I'll be buying it so I can bring coffee and a meal now!

u/Mephiska · 5 pointsr/OSHA

I just got a new one, I don't find the lid to be fussy or hard to clean at all. I use it and the one I had before it every single day.

Not sure if they make different ones for the US market but the Japanese model is the only ones I know. This is the one I'm referring to.

u/SheemGlav · 4 pointsr/Coffee

The one I use personally is the Zojirushi 16oz insulated mug. This thing keeps your coffee hot for hours (I normally drink it when I get to the office after 45 mins and it's still hot)

The other one I'd recommend is the Klean Kanteen 20oz insulated which is almost as good. I used to have one but lost it a while back.

Either option would work well though...

u/teadeamon · 4 pointsr/tea

All the people I know who've owned glass tumblers have had them break. I'm usually very careful with my stuff, so I bought one too, but it broke within 6 months. It looked nice while it lasted, but what a waste of $25.

This one from Zojirushi is the best one on the market and a great example of Japanese engineering. They ripped off the design from Nissan, which at the time had the most well-designed tumbler on the market, but they made several modifications that made it even better. The older model maxes out at 16 oz, but the newer model comes in 20 oz. The newer model also has a high quality non-stick lining that should prevent any odors. Also, it's small enough to fit in a BMW cup holder.

They're a little expensive (around $32), but they last forever. My parents have used the older model daily for 3 years, and the mugs still look brand new.

u/life-form_42 · 4 pointsr/funny
u/filthyscrotum · 4 pointsr/EDC

1 (carried) Keychain

2 (on keychain) House key, Car key, Mailbox key, Office key

3 (on keychain) Leatherman Style PS

4 (on keychain) Streamlight Keymate

5 (on keychain) Data Traveler 16gb

6 (front right pocket) Kershaw Scallion

7 (front left pocket) Ronson Jetlite

8 (back right pocket) Chums Bifold

9 (in wallet) Tool Logic Survival Card

10 (in wallet) True Utility Pen

11 (in wallet) Forever Stamps

12 (left wrist) Timex Expedition Watch

13 (back left pocket) iPhone 4 with Mirrored cover

14 (face or neck) Gucci Glasses

15 (carried) Zojirushi insulated water bottle

u/aa_rn · 4 pointsr/nursing

I'm sure she already has basic nursing necessities...the three things I absolutely must have at work are:

u/rogue780 · 4 pointsr/BuyItForLife

And, for non mobile users, here's the full size amazon page for that mug

u/GladysCravesRitz · 4 pointsr/WayOfTheBern

Get in the car. BURN your mouth on the groovy Japanese coffee mug. Burn it again a half hour later. Repeat x 2 . Drive an hour and a half. Eat a fruit cup. Come home and make turkey. This cup is not fucking around.

I made this tea at 2 p.m. And its STILL hot 26 hours later

u/PiggypPiggyyYaya · 4 pointsr/vancouver

[Zojirushi definately one of the best vacuum flask coffee mugs out there](ZOJI SM-KHE48-AG Stainless Steel Mug, 16-Ounce, Smoky Blue

u/claxpamn · 3 pointsr/Coffee

I tried a few different mugs before finally getting the Zojirushi Stainless Steel Mug when it was on sale. My biggest problem with Contigo and other leak proof mugs was the cleaning as well and the Zojirushi comes apart pretty easily for cleanup.

The only problem, if you consider this a problem, is that it keeps things very hot inside. Drinking hot coffee from the wide spout while moving can potentially cause you to spill on yourself which is why I've seen people recommend pouring the contents into a separate cup. I haven't had any issues with it but still just wanted to give a heads up.

u/chackoc · 3 pointsr/BuyItForLife

How good of a deal is this? I'm going to stick the link to this thermos in here to hopefully get that PriceZombie bot to respond. Does anyone know if there is a way to poll that information directly?

u/Sulaiman_kh · 3 pointsr/Coffee

Ceramic is like the worst choice for travel mugs, heavy, breakable and somehow it dose affect the liquid taste over time.
I'm using Zojirushi, this one:
it's a 16-ounce made of stainless steel, the best mug I ever bough.
It does come also in 20-ounce size.
Check this thread:

u/meisterdon · 3 pointsr/Coffee

I highly recommend a Zojirushi bottle. It will keep your expresso too hot to drink for most of the day.

Zojirushi SM-KHE48AG Stainless Steel Mug, 16-Ounce, Smoky Blue

u/pr1zm · 3 pointsr/ZeroWaste

I've been using my Zojirushi for the last few years. It keeps my coffee hot pretty much all day and can take a beating. It's fallen onto the road while biking a few times and only has a few scuffs and a small dent to show for it. Not only that, but Zojirushi sells replacement parts for their thermoses, including seals and mouthpieces in case you ever need them.

Also, you can get it in a 12oz size if you're sure that's all you'll need.

u/TheEighthGrader · 3 pointsr/Coffee
u/eggzachtly · 3 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Random recommendations from a sophomore in college:

Adidas Shower Shoes - These things have been great. They dry nearly instantly and are adjustable.

Zojirushi Travel Mug - If you drink coffee and would like to have access to it throughout the day, this is by far the best travel mug (and has many recommendations here on BIFL).

Water pitcher - Assuming you will have a fridge (you might not), having access to cold water can be surprisingly convenient. Even if you don't have a fridge, if you don't have a sink, this will be a lot more convenient.

Towels - This is more of a personal preference. For me, department store-bought towels are too soft and absorbent. I found that mine never got totally dry, and replaced them with Turkish peshtemal towels (like these ones from Amazon)

Computer monitor - You will use this all four years, I guarantee it. If you get a big enough one, you can also use it as a TV when friends are over.

Laser printer - do NOT buy an inkjet. You will go crazy when it conveniently runs out of ink before your lab report is due. Brother makes good laser printers. Wireless is nice, but probably not a necessity.

Some kind of noise cancelling headphones - doesn't have to be active noise canceling. College dorms can be noisy. Having a good pair of over-the-ear headphones can be nice, even if you just listen to white noise to drown out your roommate.

Things I didn't need:

A TV - nice, but not necessary

iPad - I don't know why anyone thinks this is necessary or why I have one other than watching Netflix in bed when I'm too lazy to unplug my computer.

u/Atlas26 · 3 pointsr/Coffee

Get this one!

Save you the trouble of going through three or four to find a good one...probably spent 80-100 dollars on them before I found this one, don't even bother with the Contigo. Impossible to clean.

As for aeropress and the one liter thermos, I use it everyday at uni! Electric kettle, two AP scoops of coffee and it comes out great, just fill the aeropress up to the top, press and pour into the thermos, then dilute to the top!

u/saltyteabag · 2 pointsr/tea

These ones by Zojirushi seem to be pretty popular around here.

u/pollymanic · 2 pointsr/Gifts

My favorite zojirushi vacuum flask I have is amazing and has not chipped yet despite many drops on pavement (linked below, I got cinnamon gold color). I have also had good luck with my hydroflask (bright red) and clean kanteen bottles keeping their color. I prefer all three bottles over the yeti, but that may just be my personal preference.

u/Froggie_JJ · 2 pointsr/Coffee
u/MissBee123 · 2 pointsr/ECEProfessionals

I had a student teacher who bought me this thermos. On my life it is the single best teaching gift I've ever received. This thermos is otherworldly. It keeps all beverages piping hot for the full day and I now never have to drink room temperature coffee or tea. I once filled it and put it in the fridge overnight so I could take iced coffee to work the next day. The next morning I took a swig...and burnt my tongue. If you put chilled beverages in with ice...the ice is still in the thermos at the end of the day. It also comes with a locking cap so I never spill. It's. Just. Amazing. I didn't know a good thermos could change my life but it absolutely has!

u/RruinerR · 2 pointsr/camping

Modern MRE bags will have a bag that you add water to and a chemical pouch it has and it heats the food pouch. You dont want to drink that water but you could possibly have a water pouch that gets heated instead of the food pouch.

A bit convoluted to get hot water but...its possible.

As for a thermos
I have had good luck with these. My dad uses them more then I do and he swears by them. Makes coffee at 4am and it's still HOT at 3pm that day.

u/bebop0812 · 2 pointsr/tea

So there was already a comment about a Zojirushi water boiler and warmer. But I'm here to advocate for the Zojirushi thermos! When at work I go down to the cafeteria and fill it with hot water (and no, I have not needed to preheat it). Keeps my water hot for 4 hours. And it is super easy to clean too.

u/beardedroman · 2 pointsr/yerbamate

I have been drinking yerba mate for decades, and had many different kinds. The one that I have found not only keeps water at the same temperature consistently; but, is the best made and easiest to use is this:

u/UncleTouchUBad · 2 pointsr/Coffee

That's a tough one. There are a lot of brewing devices under $25.
This site has a wide variety of coffee goods. I've linked the "Under $50 gift ideas" section. Try that.

Looking in there, I saw an Aeropress (My favorite way to make a single cup of black coffee), I saw a super cheap v60 pourover device for like $5 which would leave you money to buy some gourmet coffee to go with it.

If he really loves good coffee you could order some stuff from stumptown coffee or blue bottle or one of those fancy places online.

a bag of coffee is never a bad gift for someone who likes coffee. a brewing device is a bit riskier as they may already have one and some of them require other gear and you don't know what he has and doesn't have.

Also worth mentioning are these Zojirushi thermoses. The Zojirushi ones are made with some kind of black magic that keeps heat trapped inside for amounts of time that defies physics. There's the one I linked which pours into a cup or there's the other style that you drink straight from. I prefer the cup style because the coffee stays burning hot for so long that I need to pour it into the cup to let it cool while I sip. I always burn my tongue on the other style though it's better when driving. I have both. Only bad thing is it is a few dollars over your mark. But all the good Secret Santa gifts go a little over. ;)

Anyhow, hope that helps.

u/toastytreat · 2 pointsr/tea

I brew my tea at home in my pot, then pour it into my travel mug before I leave for work in the morning. This is the travel mug I use. Keeps my tea hot even if I can't get to it right away. It's so hot straight from the mug that I usually pour it into my work teacup and drink it that way.

u/10maxpower01 · 2 pointsr/Coffee

I use a french press and sediment is totally fine by me. What I didn't like is that it basically took away all the convenience of using the Keurig. I used it a couple times and switched to just brewing it at home and bringing it to work in a thermos. Well... Technically it's a Zojirushi.

If you're okay spending ~10 minutes getting it in the machine and whatnot then cleaning it out then it's a pretty good investment. It does make good coffee. It's just a bit more work than I expected.

u/orange_teapots · 2 pointsr/Coffee

This is the one I have

u/cassinonorth · 2 pointsr/bikecommuting

Regards with Q2: normal breakfast of eggs and toast every morning and I always go with my Zojirushi Mug which keeps my coffee too hot. If I don't get to it by 2 or 3 pm it's still too hot to drink so I have to let it cool down.

u/47u2caryj · 2 pointsr/AeroPress

Yes I did and my travel mug is still too small. The mug I have is this one, which I really enjoy, except for this situation.

u/PRbox · 2 pointsr/Coffee

Mind providing a link of which one you like?

edit: Is it this one?

Zojirushi SM-KHE48AG Stainless Steel Mug, 16-Ounce, $23.99, 4.5 stars based on 3k+ reviews

u/ineverpayretail · 2 pointsr/Coffee

I initially used this, but it was TOO HOT to drink . go figure.

I use this daily now.

Thinking about switching, as I get a weird taste imparted when using the press and sip top, I normally just screw off the cap and drink it from there.

EDIT: You're in luck, both are on sale right now. The Zojirushi isn't but a competitor "Tiger", they are both asian brands with reputable thermal insulation, is on sale.

The amazon link should show a lower price of 11.77. Pretty good price, normally around 15-20

u/kakanczu · 2 pointsr/dataisbeautiful

I'm assuming you're talking about this one.. Yes, it's basically magic. If you don't pour it into another mug or leave the lid off, it'll be too hot to drink 8+ hours later. I accidentally left in the fridge all day at work. It was still well above room temperature at the end of the day.

u/Jeebz88 · 2 pointsr/Coffee

I've used this Zojirushi mug for about 5 years. It's amazing. It's coated and doesn't change the flavor of coffee. It insulates so well that I drop an ice cube into my pourover when I pour it in so that I can drink my coffee right away. It's classy looking. Most importantly, you can throw it in a bag, turn it upside-down, shake it, or drop it on the ground, and it won't spill. I'm a bike commuter and this mug hasn't let me down yet.

Edit - the only downside is that it isn't dishwasher safe. I rinse it daily, soap every now and then, and wash it with cafiza once every few months to get built up coffee oils out - that's been enough for me.

u/capslockfury · 2 pointsr/Coffee

I use zojirushi for my iced coffee and my cold brew. The ice melts in my iced coffee because the coffee isn't really cold because it's not refrigerated(I do a pour over on ice, which melts all the ice). So I add 2-3 cubes of ice and it melts and doesn't really dilute it much.

As for cold brew, I'll dilute it with some water, add a few cubes of ice, and I'm good with delicious cold coffee. It's pretty tough, you only need one hand to handle it as the top pops open and stays open, and it doesn't sweat at all. Pretty easy to clean, too.

I know you want cold coffee, but if you ever use hot in this thing, it'll keep hot for 6+ hours. I don't know how long it will actually stay hot, as I'm usually done before 3 hours. But I forgot about my coffee once and it was hot after 6 hours of just sitting there.

u/imilla · 2 pointsr/loseit

Not a clothing item, but I would recommend getting a vacuum thermos bottle. I have this one ( and it keeps hot drinks hot for 12 hours. It was amazing for when I had to spend time waiting for trains/buses in the winter.

u/thatstickerguy · 2 pointsr/motorcycles

I use a Zojirushi travel mug but the problem is it keeps it too damn hot.

u/2capp · 2 pointsr/rawdenim

I got a 12oz version a while ago and I love it. Never spills, easy to drink from, keeps things hot for hours. It's worth pointing out that the newer ones have some kind of coating on the inside that may or may not give you cancer. Here's a link to the old model that doesn't have the new coating.

u/darkjedidave · 2 pointsr/Coffee

Zojirushi is a Japanese brand of kitchen appliances and storage items, but I was referring to their insulated mug that everyone says is amazing. So far I agree.

u/JP2214 · 2 pointsr/gadgets

On the other hand, I highly recommend an old style vacuum bottle. They retain heat ridiculously well and use no power since it is an inherent property of the bottle's construction.

u/Jammintk · 1 pointr/tea

This is the one I have and like I said, the white plastic mouthpiece pops out for cleaning and the sillicon stopper can be pulled off to clean as well. Cleaning is very easy with this and I really like it.

u/Behemoth5522 · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

Get one of these

They literally keep hot Liquid hot for 7+ hours. And not just warm but still piping hot. Downside you still have the problem of buring your mouth after an hour of pouring coffee in it. It works too damn good.
I have to leave the lid open for a bit in order for it to be drinkable.

u/Hirsute_Kong · 1 pointr/EatCheapAndHealthy

To improve upon this habit, get a bottle that you like and is easy to carry. I carry a Zojirushi because I personally like the "metallic" taste you tend to get with metal bottles and this bottle is slim so it tends to fit easily in my back pocket when I'm walking around. For those that wear form fitting clothing, that may not be an option for you.

u/val319 · 1 pointr/christmas

Hiking gps if you don’t have one? It’s a functional safety thing. If you don’t have a fave thermal hot/cold mug these are the best. Zojirushi SM-SD60NM Stainless Steel Mug, 20-Ounce, Matte Gold you want the SA60 not the new design. That’s the stainless steel one. I’ve had one a couple years now. My only advice on it is put hot beverages in at the temp you drink them. It doesn’t start cooling for like 6-8 hours. It stays cool for 8 hours or more so you don’t have to pack with ice. It snaps apart for cleaning. Bpa free plastic. Stainless steel inside. While it’s not cheap it works great and lasts with no condensation. The lid locks and it doesn’t leak. Avoid this one. Zojirushi SM-KHE48AG Stainless Steel Mug, 16oz, Smoky Blue the redesigned is crappy.

u/crazygama · 1 pointr/premed

Would this change your mind? :] It works too well

u/jiyounglife · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

I used these for ~5-6 years each. I ended up breaking them/dropping them one too many times so I threw them out to try the new "style" the bottle itself wasn't as durable and the style was too clunky. I prefer minimalist looks.


If you're looking for something to keep hot water in I recommend either the elephant (zojirushi) or tiger brand. Both are top brands in asia cough Japan cough and I've once left water in the elephant brand for ~30 hours. Still warm. :)

u/gummy_bear_time · 1 pointr/GiftIdeas

All startups have coffee makers - you could get him a coffee mug that represents something meaningful to you both.

If he drives a lot to/from work or for work, there are some great water bottles and thermos travelers. I personally like the stainless steel insulated MiiR bottle. Zojirushi also makes some beautiful ones.

u/joelanator0492 · 1 pointr/Coffee

Yeah, I wouldn't do it. I'd rather not have plastic melting into my coffee. Even if you were to do it safely, luke warm coffee isn't very good.

I'm gonna link you to this thing. It is by far the best tumbler I've ever used for hot coffee (or even cold coffee). It doesn't leak, it keeps everything super hot for a really long time, and is really easy to drink from.

u/c3rbutt · 1 pointr/Coffee

Yeah, anything glass, ceramic, or stainless steel is what you want. Make sure the stainless steel isn't coated on the inside.

Some suggestions:

u/coffee_SS · 1 pointr/SubredditSimulator

So if you missed it in the mail soon, but it's a frustrating solution. They have a few pieces of barware that I have to disagree on the quality and value. (and that is on the very low end of quality, locally roasted bag of coffee, and a Zojirushi 500 ml mug.

u/TheOneOutlander · 1 pointr/Coffee

I use a double walled metal travel mug fromZojirushi and love it. The outside doesn't get hot/cold from contents, no noticeable flavor change, stays hot/cold forever (iced drinks still have whole cubes when I get home after work and have dinner).

u/narakusdemon88 · 1 pointr/tea

I've had one of these for a while now and it's absolutely fantastic. Couldn't recommend it more!

u/WingnutPLD · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

Any of these strike your fancy?

I have the cargo, only the flap is leather but the liner is nice. I believe the rough rider is all leather.

As for the adult sippy cup needs I've had one of these Zojirushi travel mugs for several years with no issue. As a plus they're slim, and feature a lock on the lid. (The only issue I have is that my coffee stays too hot )

u/wakawakamoose · 1 pointr/xxketo

I personally do not, as I don't find that this process cools down my coffee much (and I have a super sweet thermos I bring my BPC to work in so it stays hot for hours). But I don't see why you couldn't.

Also, unlike normal coffee, I think BPC is super gross once its cooled down.