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    Default Re: Stanley - my new addiction

    Quote Originally Posted by ian adams View Post
    I have 2 Stanley flasks and 2 of the trigger mugs. All well used and no problems, the trigger mugs are an item that if one were lost/stolen i would replace it immediately. I was in Belgium recently and saw this lunchbox which i don't really need but something about it appeals to me.
    I have on of those lunch boxes, good product.

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    Default Re: Stanley - my new addiction

    I now have hot coffee while driving to work.
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    Default Re: Stanley - my new addiction

    Quote Originally Posted by 4x4 wannabie View Post
    I now have hot coffee while driving to work.
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    that is where I started, and it delivers time after time
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    Default Re: Stanley - my new addiction

    I took my trigger flask with when I went to test drive the bakkie. If the flask didn't fit I would not have bought the bakkie.

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    Default Re: Stanley - my new addiction

    Quote Originally Posted by waldo_g View Post
    I took my trigger flask with when I went to test drive the bakkie. If the flask didn't fit I would not have bought the bakkie.
    That was my question - does it fit into the cup holder in the average vehicle. It looks quite wide.
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    Default Re: Stanley - my new addiction

    I think most vehicles will be OK as long as it has a receptacle cup type holder. The slide out tray type does not work imo. Well they don't work for anything mind you. These things are tall and heavy.

    On a side note, we lost one of the little mouthpiece seals down the sink I presume. Couldn't buy one so I cast a new one from silicone and it works and fits like OEM.

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    Default Re: Stanley - my new addiction

    Quote Originally Posted by 4x4 wannabie View Post
    I now have hot coffee while driving to work.
    They are lekker for a cold type beverage mixed with a cooldrink of your choice as well...if you know what I mean...

    You can have multiple drinks without having to replenish the ice everytime...

    If you have only one though it's essential to rinse out before you go to bed, otherwise your coffee doesn't taste so lekker the next morning...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swarley81 View Post
    They are lekker for a cold type beverage mixed with a cooldrink of your choice as well...if you know what I mean...

    You can have multiple drinks without having to replenish the ice everytime...

    If you have only one though it's essential to rinse out before you go to bed, otherwise your coffee doesn't taste so lekker the next morning...
    Ja they work well for cold drinks as well.

    Where I work, day time temps get up to 48-52C and at braai time its around 44C

    I pour my beer into the trigger flask, but remove the inner part of the screw on lid.

    Keeps the beer cold much longer at those extremes.

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    Default Re: Stanley - my new addiction

    Great idea. I use the stanley beer mug or tumbler for that, kept in the freezer since the previous use.
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    Default Re: Stanley - my new addiction

    Quote Originally Posted by 4x4 wannabie View Post
    I now have hot coffee while driving to work.
    They are best by a mile

    Its my Dans kerk en werk mug

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    Default Re: Stanley - my new addiction

    Have flask and two coffee mugs...also my travel companions....added a Stanley Coolbox recently.Click image for larger version. 

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    Default Re: Stanley - my new addiction

    Quote Originally Posted by Hedgehog View Post
    Quality, well thought out stuff.
    I love it!

    What have you got from them that is interesting and useful?

    This is my newest favorite:







    I used to collect braaiers/outdoor cooking machines.

    My wife made me promise to stop

    So now I find reasons to get the Stanley products.
    Super products. A while ago I ordered from Amazon both large and medium flasks at less than I could get just the large locally. Now I see Outdoor Wharehose keeps all the different mugs, water bottles etc. Costly, but still excellent kit.

    I have the FatMax battery and electric drills, both good but not necessarily better than the market leaders and other contractor favourites.

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    Default Re: Stanley - my new addiction

    Yep, we don't go anywhere without our Stanley kit

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    Default Re: Stanley - my new addiction

    See, they even travel flat...


    Quote Originally Posted by leons View Post
    Yep, we don't go anywhere without our Stanley kit

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    Default Re: Stanley - my new addiction

    Quote Originally Posted by Vijaygza View Post
    Super products. A while ago I ordered from Amazon both large and medium flasks at less than I could get just the large locally. Now I see Outdoor Wharehose keeps all the different mugs, water bottles etc. Costly, but still excellent kit.

    I have the FatMax battery and electric drills, both good but not necessarily better than the market leaders and other contractor favourites.
    Yes, they are good products but expensive here, must look into the Amazon option, Cape Union Mart also sell wide variety

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    Default Re: Stanley - my new addiction

    Good quality stuff.
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    Default Re: Stanley - my new addiction

    Nice Stanley stuff here!!

    So we've tried other cups before and experienced the trigger mugs don't work for us, especially with hot coffee that you can't slurp... (kidding)

    We bought two Stanley Neverleak mugs, they are awesome! It works with a twist-seal cap which we enjoy much more.

    And they fit in the centre console cup holders...

    I'll send a photo.
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    Brown cap is turned closed.Click image for larger version. 

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    Default Re: Stanley - my new addiction

    Over R1000 seems excessive for an insulated coffee cup.
    Until you have used one that is....
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