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Gear: Stanley Ninteen13 One-Hand Vacuum Mug

Multitasking dads will love this easy-sipping cup.

by: Dennis Lewon

Stanley Ninteen13 One-Hand Vacuum Mug (Courtesy Photo)
Stanley Ninteen13 One-Hand Vacuum Mug (Courtesy Photo)

[the perfect cup]
Stanley Ninteen13 One-Hand Vacuum Mug

Must have coffee. Must grab 2-year-old before he toddles into river. If this scenario sounds familiar, you’ll appreciate the convenience of this 16-ounce insulated mug. Its push-button lid prevents spills and helps retain heat for hours, and the one-handed operation lets you use the other hand for important dad functions, like consulting the GPS. The tall, narrow shape fits well in side pockets, and the metal construction is plenty tough, should you need to drop the coffee and use two hands to save junior after all. Downsides: The lid’s “plastic grit guard” pops off easily, and the mug is a bit heavy. $28; 12 oz.; www.shopstanley-pmi.com/product/10081



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Luckyjim
Jun 22, 2012

This is a great cup for what it is.... I bought it to use on my motorcycle and now use it for everything... Icewater to coffee... Kinda tricky with hot coffee, But it will stay hot for many hours... won't spill if you tip it over in the boat or lunch pail... only wish they would make it in plastic? its very heavy....

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