Reddit Reddit reviews Zojirushi SM-SA48BA Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Mug, 16-Ounce, Black

We found 18 Reddit comments about Zojirushi SM-SA48BA Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Mug, 16-Ounce, Black. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Zojirushi SM-SA48BA Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Mug, 16-Ounce, Black
Stopper disassembles for thorough cleaning, Stainless steel with non stick coating16oz. capacity with 1-1/2-Inch openingCompact design takes minimal space while maximizing capacityNew pictograph lock,5 year warranty on heat retentionMade of BPA-free plastic and stainless steel. Easy-to-clean nonstick interior
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18 Reddit comments about Zojirushi SM-SA48BA Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Mug, 16-Ounce, Black:

u/cromonolith · 6 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I was just about to get one of these from Amazon. How do you know there are counterfeits diluting the stock?

All the first results are "by Zojirushi", sold by Amazon, with hundreds of positive reviews. This one, for example. Are you saying you think these might be fake, or that people are ignoring all the top results and digging out the fake ones to buy?

u/TheLonelyLumen · 6 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I would recommend Zojirushi but one time I put creamer and sugar in it then shook it up with the lid closed and coffee went everywhere..

Just kidding..I still recommend the Zojirushi but I also recommend you put the gray seal and lip piece back in before shaking it!

Honestly this the best travel mug I have ever used and sometimes it keeps my coffee too hot for too long so I have been setting my timer earlier on my coffee maker so that it os perfect temp when I put it in the travel mug and it stays like that all day!

Zojirushi SM-SA48-BA Stainless Steel Mug, Black, 16-Ounce

u/itsbretlol · 4 pointsr/Coffee

I'm a fan of the Zojirushi Thermos. Maybe try switching up your beans too, seeing if there's a different kind that handle being in a thermos all day.

u/1sight1 · 3 pointsr/Coffee

Don't bash it till you try it. Zojirushi will keep coffee at a drinkable temperature for a full 8 hour day without much trouble. I have the 16oz version and love it. It locks shut so you don't spill, it has 16 oz which is a good size (and larger sizes), keeps things hot. It is pretty simple but I would think some one who is artistic could get some paint pens and make it look awesome.

u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/minimalism

This looks almost like this Zojirushi 16 oz. mug:

I have the 12 oz and really like it, as it doesn't leak. Ah alternative would be one of the insulated Kleen Kanteens, but the one I previously had leaked when hot liquids cooled down. (Not all Kleen Kanteens are insulated, so watch for that when purchasing.)

u/fluffman86 · 3 pointsr/flashlight

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Water is in a CamelBak Eddy water bottle - for some reason it's easier to drink plenty of water through a straw, and it's spill proof for a klutz like me.

I also usually have a Zojirushi SM-SA48 mug with me. It keeps my /r/coffee from Forte Legato hot all day - I like to make it at home around 8 and drink it during the afternoon slump. Disclaimer: I started out buying Forte Legato, but now I sometimes work for them in exchange for free coffee beans. The owner calls me the director of sales, but I dunno how much weight that carries since I'm not really an employee. :P

u/Turelle · 3 pointsr/Ultralight

This is what my search turned up a while back. I have heard good things about it, but I have not bought one myself, though I likely will for hikes later in the year as my travel partner loves her tea and coffee, and also gets cold in the morning very easily (boil water with dinner, still hot in the morning while we pack up)

u/syntax1993 · 2 pointsr/Audi

I have a Zojirushi SM-SA48-BA which is apparently 8.6 x 2.8 x 8.6 inches.

This is what it looks like. Seems like a tight fit to me considering it's a bit less than half a liter. It could be a bit wider but if it gets any higher than mine, you'll have issues with the climate controls I think.

Other than that, the cup holders look nice. I'm sure a starbucks-like cup would fit in there just fine.

u/remludar · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

It's more of a thermos, but I have been through SOOOO many different products. My zojirushi thermos keeps my hot coffee hot and my iced coffee cold and it's awesome.
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u/blueflowers · 2 pointsr/Coffee

I love my Zojirushi Stainless Steel Mug!

It is well designed and keeps my coffee piping hot for several hours. It has a lock function to prevent leaks or spills. And the cap can be completely disassembled for thorough cleaning.

u/MrFerrius · 2 pointsr/onebag
  • I'm using a Rains's Backpack Mini.
  • I'm carrying 4 shirts and undies. One pant.
  • A dopp kit.
  • Some First Aid stuff in a Ziplock bag.
  • And a Zojirushi 16oz bottle.

    My EDC goes on my pockets.

    >P.S: I'm a hardcore minimalist
u/Bumblescrew · 1 pointr/waterniggas

Is there an ice ball mold that will fit my Zojirushi bottle?

I'd love to do this.

u/theboneofgood · 1 pointr/tea

These thermoses are amazing! I personally have this one (though I just ordered the 20 ounce for work and will bring the 16 home). I just go ahead and fill mine with steeped tea, but should work well for your (OP) needs too. It can definitely keep liquids piping hot for hours at a time, even with regular opening.

u/aideya · 1 pointr/tea

> Now what you're doing is similar to what's called grandpa style brewing, which is basically filling up a mug with leaves and just constantly adding water until you've had enough

Oh nono that's not what I'm doing. I'm using an infuser and steeping the amount of time they say and then discarding the leaves after. The tea I've made then gets put in a long term thermos so I can drink it throughout my day without having to reheat or drink fast (I like really hot liquids but slow sips throughout the day and that mug will keep it hot the entire day).

It does taste good to me, but I don't want to waste!

u/parker4s · 0 pointsr/Coffee

The Zojirushi travel mug is very popular

One thing I would consider is how long you want your coffee to stay hot, some of the better mugs almost hold coffee too hot for hours. I usually have to drop an ice cube in my coffee, or leave it open for 30 minutes.