DUTCH THERMOS
DUTCH THERMOS
DUTCH THERMOS

This 1L Dutch thermos is so well engineered, you’d swear it was designed by the Germans. Consisting of an olive drab polymer shell and a stainless steel inner layer, this vacuum-insulated miracle outclasses any commercial competitors in its price range. The rubber belt around the main body and the ergonomic design of the gasket-sealed lid allow you to open the thermos without having to take off heavy gloves. Your fingertips will thank you, we promise. All of this is literally capped off with a high-density polymer cup, which does double duty as a cap.

*1 in 100 thermoses will ship with a special “dutch thermos” from Warehouse Ivan inside ;)

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Condition

These thermoses have seen some use! We've removed any that have cracked or broken components, but yours may have scuffs, scratches and/or writing on the casing.

DUTCH THERMOS

Rated 4.9 out of 5
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This 1L Dutch thermos is so well engineered, you’d swear it was designed by the Germans. Consisting of an olive drab polymer shell and a stainless steel inner layer, this vacuum-insulated miracle outclasses any commercial competitors in its price range. The rubber belt around the main body and the ergonomic design of the gasket-sealed lid allow you to open the thermos without having to take off heavy gloves. Your fingertips will thank you, we promise. All of this is literally capped off with a high-density polymer cup, which does double duty as a cap.

*1 in 100 thermoses will ship with a special “dutch thermos” from Warehouse Ivan inside ;)

https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=dutch%20thermos

Condition

These thermoses have seen some use! We've removed any that have cracked or broken components, but yours may have scuffs, scratches and/or writing on the casing.

average rating 4.9 out of 5
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Excellent

Only used this a handful of times so far, but so far this thermos has been the best I've ever owned. Keeps my coffee hot all day so I can stay awake during anything. Even my nightmares. In fact, since owning this thermos I don't think I've slept for at least a week thanks to the incredible amount of hot caffeine I can drink now that I own this masterfully designed and built liquid holding device.

Thanks!

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Rated 5 out of 5
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Amazing thermos

I tested it after giving it a thorough wash by putting nearly boiling water in it and leaving it for 24 hours.

24 hours later the water was still hot enough to burn me. I resealed it and waited 48 hours, tested it again, the water had cooled a bit but still hot enough to make a very drinkable cup of coffee or tea, after 36 hours, it was warm/warmish so by my account, it will keep beverages hot for way longer than most people would take to consume it. I have not tested to see how long it can keep things cold, but I would assume its figures are similar to the Stanley 1.1L thermos you can buy today.

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Rated 5 out of 5
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nice and h o t

mm this is some warm coffee when did i put it in here yesterday? fug i cant remember o well *sssip*

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Rated 5 out of 5
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Hotter than a dutch oven

God tier thermos for dat morning coffee. Also, as others have mentioned, it's OG xbox huge. I actually left my it at home filled one morning and the coffee was still warm 12 hours later.

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Rated 5 out of 5
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Large, but very effective

This is a very large, but very affordable and effective thermos. I tested mine out as soon as I got it. The water was still hot enough to make a cup of tea 24 hours after I had put it in there. Not piping hot, but hot enough to make do with. I need to test it again to see how long the water stays piping hot for - I am guessing 16 hours or so. Got to test that theory!

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