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COMPETITION: WINNER - Win a Stanley Master Series Vacuum Bottle and Master Mug

WINNER: Peter Leeming

Stanley are now introducing the toughtest of the tough, the new Master Series! It’s our strongest design yet with thicker than ever steel, designed for the pro’s pro, those who demand the very best.

Stanley Master Series Hero, 155 kb

Stanley Vacuum Bottle and Master Mug, 51 kb
Stanley Vacuum Bottle and Master Mug
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Our new state-of-the-art QuadVac™ Technology locks in heat or cold better than any other technology out there. It will keep your drinks hot for 40 hours, cold for 35 hours or iced for 160 hours. 

  • 1.0mm 18/8 thick stainless steel throughout the body and base cap – the strongest out there by far being 50-100% thicker than our leading competitors, additionally rust-proof and naturally BPA free.
  • Additional wall gap in vacuum bodies being 60% wider than our leading competitors.
  • Steel-lined stopper meaning no plastic contact for contents of the bottle = better taste.
  • Vacuum insulated 18/8 stainless steel cup – not only does the bottle keep your drink hot whilst travelling but now whilst drinking too. The 0.7mm thick steel keeps coffee hot for 20 minutes.
  • Robust steel handle with moulded silicone grip for extra comfort, adds extra robust engineering on all components and joints.

The full range includes two sizes of Vacuum Bottles and a hand-held mug. Find out more here.

To be in with the chance of winning the 1.3l Vacuum Bottle plus the Master Mug which together is worth over £110, simply answer the following question.  
 

 

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