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Thermos Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Hydration Bottle, 770ml $10 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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Very cheappppp, 770ml bottle!

Thermos Insulated water bottle 770ml!

Keep cold for 18 hours
Thermos vacuum insulation technology for maximum temperature retention
Sweat proof design won't leave water rings
Screw top lid
Durable stainless steel interior and exterior

Looks like a price match to another store

https://www.kitchenwarehouse.com.au/Thermos-Vacuum-Insulated...

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  • +3

    Should probably note that this is for Cold only

  • if it holds cold it should also keep warmth?

    • I don't think so, this is on the Thermos website for a cold only product

      CAUTION
      NOT FOR USE WITH HOT LIQUIDS.
      For cold liquids only. Hot liquids may cause burns.

      • oooh ok I think it's just saying not to put hot water in it because you could burn yourself if you drank straight from it. Warm water should be ok I reckon. Or just pour the hot water out and let it cool for a bit before drinking?

        • I would be more worried about wrecking the actual Thermos if it's not made for hot temps. Warm might be ok but I don't think it would keep at that temp for long

          Edit : just realised this is stainless steel so nfi why they dont advertise for hot. Maybe it sucks at keeping things hot lol

          • +1

            @MeesusEff: I'm assuming the plastic lid isn't made for hot liquids.

            • +3

              @RichardL: Add hot water, shake around in backpack, open and watch the jet of hot water/steam shoot out faster than a ping pong ball at a Thai show.

      • +1

        I believe it is due to the design of the spout, which makes it difficult to sip it like a cup and more like a straw, so risk of burning is higher since hot liquid doesn't pass the lips.

        • Thermos does this with all their kids' insulated bottles too. If it was a danger of burning, why not tell us that's why? There's still value in keeping something lukewarm for a kid. If it is because somehow the plastic spout can't handle high temps, just tell us the max temp we can put in.

  • Thanks OP. Ordered.

  • Thanks OP got one. Cheers

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  • Cheers OP, got one

  • OOS

    • Still some stock for C&C at Kitchenwarehouse: Vic, Qld, NSW. Might want to call ahead.

  • restocked but a few months wait…potentially

  • It says $10, but at checkout it's $29.93

  • This deal is pretty much oos… not even kitchen warehouse…

    Another model 530ml is available

  • +1

    back in stock again now 2-4weeks

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