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Discussion in 'Other Every Day Carry Items' started by rnchtrnr, Jan 17, 2014.

  1. rnchtrnr

    rnchtrnr Empty Pockets

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    Let's see some pics of your coffee containers, mugs, vacuum flasks, Thermos' and Dewars!

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    This is my EDC container… it's a Zojirushi 12 ounce stainless steel vacuum insulated mug. This thing keeps my liquids piping hot all day! It has taken a beating and withstood the test of time. They make bigger sizes for the EDCers who consume larger quantities of coffee.
     
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  2. Cobra 6 Actual

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    Had one of these Nissan Travel Mugs for years:

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    For about $25 they last forever. Plus, since I removed the little flip down tab, I now have room for my big nose to fit over the top when I'm drinking coffee. Awesome!
     
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    ll bean spillproof in OD. check them out, cant beat ll bean with quality.
     
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  4. rsitter

    rsitter EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    i use a mason jar.... im stuck in the past :/
     
  5. Kripto

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    I'm a classic mug / mason jar kind of guy as well. I don't get thermoses for coffee mainly because I suck the stuff down so fast, there isn't a point..

    For the record, I just finished roasting 2 lbs in my new Behmor 1600 roaster. :)
     
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  6. thatotherguy

    thatotherguy EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    What I use depends on the circumstances- how much coffee I want, when I'll want it, how fast I'll drink it and how long I'll have to keep it hot. I have a bunch of ceramic mugs in various shapes, sizes and thicknesses for home (my favorite is a lightweight bistro type mug), two Tervis tumblers with lids and a cheapy advertising to go tumbler for when I want one cup and plan on drinking it on the go fairly soon, a 16 ounce Thermos for a little coffee to be kept hot for a few hours, a 1 liter Thermos for hot all day and possibly more than me drinking it, and a new 1L Stanley vacuum bottle I haven't used yet for the same purpose.
     
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    During the week I use a thermos 16oz and a thermos leakproof travel mug.

    On the weekends the coffee press is in effect. Again thermos 16 in conjunction with a handmade ceramic mug that I found in my garage.

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    Last two on the right. Have to take a picture of the ceramic.
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  8. figuy

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    I posted this before. Stainless, BPA Free, vacuum insulated, machine washable, leak proof, easy to use, and easy to clean. Also only $10.

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  9. Papa Lima

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    I use the same one, Bubba Keg 20oz for tea and coffee. Advertised to keep beverages hot for 12 hours and cold for 24. My use, is around 6-8 hot. But that's with me opening and drinking. And its not boiling hot to begin with.

    If you were to pour boiling water and leave it for 12 hours, it'd probably still be hot. Easy to clean, relatively leak proof. Stainless steel. Goes on sale for $10-15 frequently at Canadian Tire.

    Made in China if that's a concern.

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    SAKplumber EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    Local shop's 15oz fliptop. It holds just enough...almost;) But the funnel for the AeroPress fits it perfectly.

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  11. Norm66

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    I'm looking for something in between. A large mug or a small thermos. I'm looking for something I can clip to my bag too. I like that bubble keg, does it seal well?
     
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    Knightrock EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    Lol, that was good.
     
  13. figuy

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    I own 9 in various sizes and configurations. None of them have ever leaked.
     
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    I have a few of them too, its actually Bubba Keg, it auto corrected to Bubble:rolleyes:

    The "Bubba Hero" mugs are solid. I have some of the Bubba Keg that are plastic lined and look like a keg. They don't have threads at the top, but are just held by friction. Those do leak if flipped upside down. They're prevalent on all inclusive resorts.

    All in all the Bubba Hero line are great.

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  16. graham hodgson

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    Just picked up a Steelworks coffee mug from SIGG.Quarter liter,stays drinkable hot for about 6 hours. Fits my cup holders in the car.

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    This one. Fits in all the cup holders and holds 4 cups of cofee:). I'm on my second one(after 3 years) . $10 on Amazon
    Sorry about the pics. Still dark outside (on my way home from work)

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  18. Westerdutch

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    Mine
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    Not spill proof, will not stay hot for half a day (but who wants half a day old coffee anyways), just a nice simple coffee cup.

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    Me too:

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    Mine's a 20oz Mason jar w/ a Cuppow lid for drinking -- I use the metal original lid in order to toss it into my backpack to take to work, then I swap out for The Cuppow or just drink it out of the jar itself. Hugged nicely w/ a Holdster riveted Mason jar holster.

    Ceramic burr grinder, French press brew, high end fresh coffee beans, and a tricked out Mason jar? O no, I think I might be a hipster!!
     
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    SAKplumber EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    Coffee time...

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    Funnel fits it..

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