Rated 3 out of 5 by OutdoorGuyVA Works Well
Keeps beer cold and coffee hot and washes out well what more could you want? That it's fallen off the car, and the dock and hasn't cracked only speaks to it's durability, try doing that "little red solo cup"!
August 13, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Mumps4 Disappointed
This says it is a Vaccum Pint! I though I would be able to use this foe my car travels( coffee); not so thos lid is designed for beer or soda to keep it cold! It also contains a bottle opener on the lid? Not at all what I wanted? Do not this the description was specific as to use!
May 18, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by CBontheEVO Fun Beer Mug
This isn't a spillproof mug. It does have an opening for drinking from so it might not be the best as a commuting mug. But look, this thing is a pint "glass." So if you like the Stanley name (and if you're shopping at L.L.Bean, you probably appreciate the quality behind these two names) then this is a neat addition for backyard bbq's or around the campfire. Like I said, it's a bit of a novelty with the built in bottle opener, but it does keep your beer cold for quite a while and the lid will definitely keep your from spilling most of it if you happen to have a few too many around the campfire with friends.
February 22, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by LLBeanCustomer4Ever Amazing, much better than expected!!
I love this pint mug!!! I am here to buy my third one today. I decided to leave a review because it seems the lack of reviews is driving the score down on an excellent product. this product consists of four pieces: the pint "glass" itself, a vented lid, silicone gasket, and a detachable bottle opener. The entire body is stainless steel with the exterior being painted with the trademark Stanly Hammertone Green as you can see in the picture. The metallic Stanley logo is a sticker stuck to the body. I tried to pick the sticker off and it will not come off; it's really stuck on good! After 100+ washes it still is completely stuck and not even faded or worn. the lip of the pint body is thin, similar to drinking from a real glass. The lid has a thick steel bottle opener that slides into its own slot and is very secure and does not slide out, very good design and quality. The lid has a silicone gasket that hold the lid in place without being completely closed. the silicone gasket is easily removable for thorough cleaning. As one reviewer mentioned the mouth "orifice" is large and does not "seal" closed. This might be seen as a design flaw, but it's not, let me assure you. It facilitates the quick drinking of ice cold beverages and helps when drinking morning coffee on my long commute... I don't have to open anything, or take my eyes off the road to see where the drinking hole is, it's big enough to not have to concentrate effort on aiming for a small hole to suck coffee out. That being said, it's not spill proof. However, there is a stretch of highway I drive on that is so bumpy I affectionately call it "No Coffee Road;" all the bouncing and jarring and I can count on one hand how many times a drop or two have escaped from the drinking hole. As far as performance goes... It keeps my coffee hot for two hours. The performance for cold is unreal. Cold beer inside, six hours in direct southern heat and sunlight, so much that the outside of the pint was almost too hot to touch and icy cold still inside... I love this thing!!!! I have also used a Yeti brand pint glass, and a hydroflask brand, this is just as good as either, plus it has a bottle opener, BONUS! I put a picture of my oldest one in the review to show the lid opening. also the broken edges on the left of my lid are from falling off a roof onto a concrete pad below. I was impressed that the steel didn't bend or dent and the lid did not crack into pieces... just a rough edge but still completely useable. TOUGH, like you expect Stanley to be.
December 2, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Claves Perfect Beer Glass
Works incredibly well at keeping your cold drinks cold! Could work for hot coffee, but it's not really a spill-proof travel mug. I prefer to drink my beer from a glass rather than a bottle or can and this now keeps it perfectly cold to the last drop. Some of the other vacuum glasses out there are so large (20-32 oz.) that I feel like I've only got half a beer from the beginning. This is essentially a 16-oz. pint pub glass that happens to be stainless steel and vacuum insulated. What could be better?
September 9, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by YourName Not bad, not great
Love the color, look, ruggedness. Volume is ok, no complaints. Don't think it holds cold items cold long. Don't like the lid. Comes off much too easily. Bottle opener is goofy and just distracting.
July 27, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Plantworker Mouth orifice not shown
The mug seems heavy duty and the construction good. However the website image does not show the mouth hole or talk about it. it is not a spillproof leak proof Mug and it is curious because as a vacuum mug you think that it would retain its heat better with a possible closure option. Even walking around if you fill it too high it will spill. I read the one review that actually talked about this and should have taken The other reviewers criticism more seriously.
January 2, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by dawb vacuum?
This is a travel mug. It's a fine travel mug, but does not seal like a thermos. Bought on a whim. There are better travel mugs at half the price.
December 17, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by WoodchuckEngineer Nice mug; better for cold beverages than hot
The mug is well constructed, however, what isn't shown from the picture is how large the opening for drinking is; it is very easy to spill a full mug while driving on bumpy roads. The mug does keep beverages hot/cold for a reasonable amount of time, even though I haven't tried it to the advertised times. I would definately recommend this mug for drinking cold beverages (probably the intention given the bottle opener on top of the lid), but can't say there aren't better mugs out there for hot beverages. My wife got the LLBean 16oz travel mug and loves it; if I were to choose one exclusively for commuting, that is the one I would choose. As an awesome alternative to the Solo cup, I'd pick this one.
September 17, 2014