Contigo AUTOSEAL West Loop Vacuum-Insulated Stainless Steel Travel Mug with Easy-Clean Lid, 20 oz., Stainless Steel

414 reviews - By: Contigo

Contigo AUTOSEAL West Loop Vacuum-Insulated Stainless Steel Travel Mug with Easy-Clean Lid, 20 oz., Stainless Steel
MSRP : $22.96

Sale : $14.99
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The best just got better! The Contigo West Loop AutoSeal 20oz Vacuum-Insulated Travel Mug features an easy-clean lid and has a thoughtfully designed lid that pivots open, making it easy to clean. This mug features the one-touch AutoSeal lid that automatically seals between sips to prevent spills and the new lid-lock button prevents the AutoSeal button from accidently being pushed while on the go. The travel mug provides convenient one-handed drinking for both left- and right-handed users and fits most car cup holders. This Thermalock double-wall vacuum-insulated mug is engineered to keep drinks hot for up to five hours or cold for up to 12 hours, without a sweat. We mean that literally, because this vacuum-insulated mug keeps your drink at the optimal sipping temperature and eliminates condensation for dry hands.
  • AUTOSEAL technology is leak- and spill-proof
  • Drinks stay hot up to 7 hours or cold up to 18 with THERMALOCK vacuum insulation
  • One-handed drinking with the push of a button
  • Easy-Clean Lid opens completely for thorough cleaning and locks for added peace of mind
  • Top-rack dishwasher-safe lid, hand-wash-only stainless steel body; 100% BPA-free

Shawna18

Love my new coffee mugs

Very happy with this cups my coffee hot and love the leak proof!

deplorable

3 years hard labor

I've been through a few West Loop mugs in the last 3 to 4 years and every time I run over, or step on or lose one I buy another. Why? Because They Work!

delyro

best hot cup I've ever had

I drop it and it doesn't spill, keeps hot and keeps cold.

gigyblu

does not leak

It keeps my water cold with ice cubes, but not as long as I'd like it to.

Parkie

The Contigo stainless mug

This is hands-down the best mug I have ever owned. I have ruined many mugs by leaving the contents in too long so I rinse often and bleach every time to avoid that. I also fill mine with ice and top it off with water throughout the day. After work one day I left the lid off with ice in it and went home, when I came back the following morning there was still ice in it. It was about a 75° day and probably a 60° evening. I also find that hot beverages stay hot all day long. We're talking eight hours. It better be drinking temperature when you put it in because it's not going to cool off later.