Stanley Classic Vacuum Food Jar 17oz.

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Description Of Stanley Classic Vacuum Food Jar 17oz.This stout container is compact enough for a toolbox, brown bag or lunch cooler. Stainless-steel construction stands up to rough work, play or travel. And the insulated lid doubles as a bowl. Wide-mouth opening makes it simple to fill in the morning and clean at night.FeaturesWide-mouth opening. Fills and cleans easily.Protective double-wall construction. Takes a beating still performs.Insulated lid. Doubles as a 12-oz. bowl.Leak-proof stopper. Locks it in. Turns pours from frontback.Stainless steel. Built tough. No linerscoatings.Rustproof finish. Withstands weather and wear.

- US Outdoor Store

Stanley Camp & Hike Classic Vacuum Food Jar - 17 oz-Hammertone Green 1000131019.


There's nothing like eating piping hot soup for lunch on your winter snowshoeing or hiking adventure, which is why Stanley made the 17-ounce Classic Food Jar. The double-wall, stainless steel construction provides long-lasting insulation, the lid doubles as a cup, and the wide mouth makes it easy to clean this Stanley food thermos. If you're looking to keep that chilly extra hot, fill the Classic Jar with hot water before pouring your lunch in.


Pack a hot lunch in the Stanley Classic Vacuum food jar the next time you hit the road or head out on a day hike.


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The Stanley Classic Vacuum Food Jar 17oz. is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 19, 2019 at SunnySports.

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