Contigo SnapSeal Byron Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel Travel Mug, 24oz, Matte Black
- Seal It In: Leak proof lid (when closed) for on the go activities
- For the Long Haul: Drinks stay hot up to 9 hours and cold up to 21 with Thermalock vacuum insulation
- Lend a Hand: Easy one handed drinking
- Perfect Fit: Fits most car cup holders
- Get a Grip: Easy grip to grab and go
- Lean Up: Top rack dishwasher safe lid, hand wash only body
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Snap to it with Snapseal! This larger-capacity travel coffee mug works hard so you don't have to — just snap the tumbler lid open and closed so it's sealed shut (and leak-proof!) when you're done sipping. Enjoy a hot cup of joe up to 5 hours after you poured it, thanks to THERMALOCK vacuum insulation
For the past 12 years, we (the passionate and meticulous employees at Ignite USA) have put creating innovative solutions at the forefront of everything that we do. It all began with an idea to eliminate spills with a coffee mug that sealed between sips. From there, we engineered a patented technology called Autoseal to deliver on that groundbreaking idea. We received such great feedback that we decided to jump in and start to revolutionize the whole beverageware category (travel mugs, water bottles, tumblers, kid’s bottle, etc.) In 2014, we were acquired by Newell Brands and we continue to develop innovative solutions for everyday needs.
The SnapSeal Byron Stainless Steel Travel Mug
Your everyday companion — Snap to it with Snapseal! This larger-capacity travel coffee mug works hard so you don't have to — just snap the tumbler lid open and closed so it's sealed shut (and leak-proof!) when you're done sipping. Enjoy a hot cup of joe up to 7 hours after you poured it with select models, thanks to THERMALOCK vacuum insulation.
- Leak-proof lid (when closed)
- Drinks stay hot up to 7 hours and cold up to 20
- Easy one-handed drinking
- Fits most car cup holders
- Easy grip to grab and go
- Top rack dishwasher safe lid, hand wash body
- 100% BPA-free
Get through your day stain-free with SnapSeal. When you’re done sipping (or gulping, we don’t judge), simply snap the lid closed for leak-proof protection anywhere you go.
Using Your New Travel Mug
-Careful! Your freshly brewed coffee might be very hot. Let it cool down with the lid off for a few minutes before attaching the lid and heading out the door, and keep the hot coffee out of the reach of children (kids shouldn't drink coffee anyway).
Do's and don'ts.
- We don't recommend carrying filled travel mugs in your bag while on-the-go (it's safer for your cell phone this way). Also, keep your travel mug out of the microwave and the freezer.
- Contigo travel mug lids and any unpainted stainless steel bodies are top-rack dishwasher safe for a quick, easy clean. Painted stainless steel bodies are hand wash only. Visit our official website for more care and use information.
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Only shame is the rubber sleeve doesnt stay in place. It always runs upwards and will shift out of the groove even after u adjusted it back
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THIS IS NO WAY TO LIVE.
UPDATE: NEW LID! (See Pic: Old Lid (left) vs. New Lid (right)).
I was contacted by Contigo regarding my concerns about the lid. Fortunately, they offered to replace my mug free of charge with a NEW lid (hooray lifetime warranty!). The newer lid has a different design on the interior and is EASIER to screw on than the old lid. Also, the spout opens wider so that more liquid pours out whereas the old spout only opened a little bit.
After reading a subsequent review, it appears that the cap on this thermos may have been redesigned, therefore this original review might not be relevant anymore. And if the lid has been improved, well I would still give if 5 stars (unless 6 is a possibility).
As others have said, this is a great mug and I love it. But the problem I have is that it is too hard to push the lever upward, which opens the drinking hole, especially when the lever and your hands are wet! The mechanics of the problem are that the open/close lever is held closed by a rise/bump.tongue thing that the locking lever down, but not with a smooth and rounded bump. Instead, the bump has a level side with a 90 degree angle. This means that the recess on the lever must overcome that level lock side that holds the lever with too much grip (I hope this makes some sense).
So the solution for me was to use a knife/tip/edge to change the shape of the locking bump/tongue to make it more like a smooth mound instead. Do this by scraping off the right angle edge on that bump, on the bottom part of that tongue/holding bump. (See picture of the knife edge, which is pointing upward and ready to scrap down the right angle edge on the bump to make is a smooth more rounded edge on that locking bump.)
With this minor modification, the close lever is held down the same bump, but with a somewhat rounded edge. This allows the lever to be released (and to open the drinking hole) with much less upward force. Works great for me!