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Zojirushi SM-SD60NM Stainless Steel Flask 600ml Matte Gold $37.26 + Delivery (Free with Prime & $49 Spend) @ Amazon US via AU

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A price drop on this Zojirushi 600ml (20Oz) flask. $37.48 + $11.16 delivery for non-Prime member, + $10 delivery for Prime member, or free delivery for Prime member with $49 spend.

Features

  • Heat retention: 88˚C at 1 hr./ 73˚C at 6 hrs.
  • Cold retention: 8˚C at 6 hrs.
  • Made of BPA-free plastic and stainless steel
  • 5 year warranty on heat retention

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    what's the old price?
    Zojirushi/tiger/Thermos, based on my experience, tiger is the best, Thermos is the worst

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      what's the old price?
      ~$44 + delivery

    • +21 votes

      Zojirushi in my experience tops this. I have this bottle sitting on my table right now. Could fill it up with freshly boiled water early in the morning and late at night it can still burn your tongue.

      Thermos isnt even in the picture, its cheap overpriced crap when compared to tiger or zojirushi.

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      Where can you get the Tiger ones?

    • +2 votes

      Zojirushi/tiger/Thermos, based on my experience, tiger is the best

      They're the same. I've bought a few from each brand in Japan over the years. Heat retention is the same, or near enough that it doesn't matter. Both will hold heat so well that you need to add liquid at the temperature you want to drink (don't count on that coffee cooling).

      Difference comes down to the design of the latch. Tiger's is single action, which is a little easier to unlock. Zojirushi typically has a latch perpendicular to the mouthpiece, and a second button to pop the lid. You need to shift your thumb, but it's a little more secure. It's personal preference.

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        Tiger's is single action, which is a little easier to unlock.

        Can it easily accidentally open while it's in your bag if it's moving around and spill inside? I run, so I'm worried that the flip switch might accidentally snag on something and pop the bottle open.

        All the flasks I have a screw open so they won't accidentally open.

        • +1 vote

          Not easily, though I guess it's possible. You'll see what I mean in this video. It's a little switch you flick down then press. Compare it to the Zojirushi image on Amazon, which has a latch separate and perpendicular to the button to pop lid, which is impossible to open accidentally.

    • +1 vote

      Zojirushi is the best, tiger a not too distant second. Both streets ahead of thermos.

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    Excellent.
    Bought 2.
    Same experience.
    Tiger and Zojirushi both really good but Thermos on the other hand had a leak internally.

    • +1 vote

      I've both Zojirushi and Thermos flasks with similar volume, Zojirushi is lighter and can hold the heat longer, while Thermos is heavier and cooling off quicker.

  • +17 votes

    Filthy American units…

    Heat retention: 88˚C at 1 hr/ 73˚C at 6 hrs.

    Cold retention: 8˚C at 6 hrs.

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    How is this compared to the $14.99in Miniso??

    • +8 votes

      Miniso is a faux-Japanese-actually-Chinese knockoff brand. I'd trust the free flask Uniqlo tossed in my last order before a Miniso product.

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        miniso is faux korean. Korea and Japan are totally different countries

        I've actually seen korean dramas that have parts in miniso (e.g. While you are sleeping)

        • +1 vote

          Korea and Japan are totally different countries

          Korea and Japan are different countries? No kidding!

          miniso is faux korean.

          Miniso is a rip-off of Daiso and Muji. It wears its Japanese branding and aesthetic on its sleeve, despite being based in, and largely operating in China. Even some of the in-store products have Japanese packaging.

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        Actually I have the miniso bottle that you are talking about, for it's price it's actually pretty damn good it holds the temperature just long enough. Say fill it up in the morning by night it's still hot. Definitely can't compare to tiger but for its price it's not bad, it's mainly just used as gym bottle for cold water

  • +1 vote

    I have the 400ml version (16 ounce) and I freaking LOVE mine. Ice cubes in the morning will still be ice cubes at night. Boiling water in the morning, will still be too hot to drink at night. Lock system works great. I have this matte rose bronzey colour and it looks SO nice. Matte gold might be a bit in your face though ;)
    It was about $25 in Japan a year ago.

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      Where abouts in japan did you get one? I’m in Tokyo now, and tempted.

      • +3 votes

        Literally any department store. Don Quixote, Bic and Yodobashi have them in small appliances, and they're common tourist purchases, so they'll arrange duty free for you.

      • +1 vote

        Zojirushi has release a new model, SM-TA60, similar to this one, with double layer nonstick coating. See if you can find one in Tokyo.

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        Check the large selection at either Bic Camera or Yodobashi Camera - I can spend hours in these stores! Try to get one made in Japan - most are not but the more expensive models are and will make it even more special to you.

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    Edit: must control self!

  • -1 vote

    Most of these kinds of flasks I found in Japan, if selling for AUD$50 or less, most likely they are manufacture in either Thailand or China, those really made in Japan sell for close to AUD$70 to AUD$100 depends on volume and design, at least that's my experience when I was at Tokyo last year so it's good that reviews of this one from ozbargain community are great but if "made in Japan" is your thing then make sure you check manufacture country first before purchase.

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      So is this made in Japan?

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        Their description has no mention of manufacture country, my bet is they are made in Thailand as most of this brand's flask do but if our community found them good in general, it is still a good deal.

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          I bought a different Zojirushi model from Amazon before, it's made in Thailand. I'm not sure for this model.

  • +2 votes

    There is some serious Japanese witchcraft going on with these Zojirushi flasks. I got one few years ago (random purchase at Changi airport) and burnt my mouth the next day after leaving in hot coffee for 8 hours. The same flask is still going strong. Thanks for sharing OP, ordered another one!

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    Whats the difference between all the models? I want a black one, the SM-SHE60BZ is cheaper than the SM-SA60-BA but looks the same to me

    • +1 vote

      SM-SHE608Z is an older model, and is reported have quality issues by Wirecutter

      We were reluctant to test this mug due to persistent stock issues and the fact that it comes in only 16- and 20-ounce sizes and two colors (orange and black). Zojirushi sent us one to try out anyway, but it broke during our drop test. After having many Zojirushi mugs survive multiple years of drops, we think this was an anomaly, but decided to dismiss the SM-SHE for all the aforementioned reasons.

  • +1 vote

    https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B01JFZLEJ6/ref=ppx_yo_d...

    if anyone want the tiger brand, similar price for same size

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    Correct me if I am wrong, this thing sells only $27 in target (ta:’dgit)

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    I have a jojirushi ice bucket. It is amazing

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    Hmmm. Interesting.

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    Oh you are freaking kidding me. I looked around EVERYWHERE for a discount or a sale for this last week but couldn't find anything. Ended up buying the 16oz navy blue one instead for $36.21 and $10.43 for delivery. It's being delivered today. God damn it.

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    Damnit I bought one of these off Amazon about a month ago that was "delivered" but never arrived ( i think the courier dumped it because it was supposedly sent to my office which was staffed at the time). Got a refund then bit the bullet off ebay for another at about $55!

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    Can I drink tea with this? EVERY OTHER FLASK I have has a plastic inner lid, which makes the tea taste like plastic water. Thanks for your help.

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      I have never gotten a plastic taste from my bottle, with tea or anything else. If you're particularly sensitive to plastic, you might want to look into glass bottles? Their heat retention isn't great, though.

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    I'm very curious why you Bargain people don't want a 750ml Kmark flask for $9 (or even cheaper for the 600ml ones maybe $7).
    I put Hot tea put in at 10am and still hot at afternoon tea at 3pm.(Maybe i better do a heat test with the Kmart item).
    Are these flasks worth the price when you can get 4 x 750ml ones for the same price.
    Please enlighten me. Cheers

    https://www.kmart.com.au/product/double-wall-insulated-bottl...

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    got 3, parental units, in laws, … a bit extra for red for wife.

  • +3 votes

    These are expensive, but if you care about keeping your drinks hot/cold, it's absolutely worth the money. I already have a bottle and a food jar, but I would've hopped on this if I didn't just buy one for $30 the other day. I was sceptical of the reviews, but these things really do the job. I don't keep hot drinks in mine because they stay boiling hot, even after a few hours. Ice cubes will keep clinking for a good amount of time. I have dropped my bottle and food jar a few times, still going strong. My bottle doesn't lend the drinks any weird taste. It hasn't spilled a drop yet, especially with the lock. They also look great.

    The downside with these intricate bottles is that cleaning all of the parts is a pain. Make sure you take apart everything, including the seals. Disassembly is pretty easy. I do this once a week with my bottle, but I only keep ice water in mine.

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    These are a really great unit. I had one for a few years, lost it recently on travel. Immediately and simply jumped online to purchase the exact same product again. Can't think of too many products or brands where that happens

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    What the difference between the SM-SD48 and SM-KC48? Thanks.

    • +2 votes

      SM-SD48 is better performance and lighter.

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        Thanks. Is SM-SD48 just a smaller size of this one SM-SD60NM?

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          The last 2 digit refer to the volume. SM-SD48 is 460ml, while SM-SD60 is 600ml.

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            @O O: The link takes me to this model SM-SC60HM is it different from the SD?

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              @Jhonka: It's a typo on the title of Amazon webpage. Scroll down a bit to *Production Information**, you'll see

              Colour: Matte Gold | Size: 20-Ounce

              Technical Details

              Brand Zojirushi
              Model Number SM-SD60-NM
              Colour Matte Gold
              Item Weight 254 g
              Product Dimensions 7 x 7.3 x 25.1 cm
              Material Stainless Steel

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    Amazon canceled my order for no apparent reason. They did not say why. This has never happened to me in my history of shopping at Amazon.

    It's very unprofessional to just cancel an order without explanation.

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      Not even a courtesy voucher?

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        Nope. And the item appears to still be in stock so I don't know what is going on. Nothing wrong with my CC either.

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          Chat with them. In my experience, if it's their fault, they'll offer a courtesy voucher as a gesture.

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    This doesn't seem to be eligible for free delivery after the cart is over $49

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    can this fit into the middle holder slot of the car?

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