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Stanley Food Jar

Item # 414907
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Key Features

  • Leakproof

  • Vacuum-sealed insulation


Our Price  $29.99
Sale Price  $24.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
The outdoors have never looked or tasted so good. These containers from Stanley Outdoor will help you enjoy your time in the wilderness. All Stanley products are backed by a lifetime guarantee. This rugged steel jar is leakproof with vacuum-sealed insulation. Includes a steel fork/spoon, so you always have the right utensil.

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Stanley Food Jar
 
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1.0

Disappointing at best

By Jen

from Madison, WI

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    Cons

    • Does not maintain heat
    • Leaky Valve

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      Comments about Stanley Food Jar:

      We took this thermos out the day that we bought it and it leaked soup all over the back of the car (as an aside, what was left in the thermos was barely luke warm in 4 hours). Giving it the benefit of the doubt, I took it home, filled it with water, put the cap on as tightly as I could and put it on its side. It leaked all over the counter in only a few minutes. Assuming faulty construction I exchanged it...for one that leaked just as badly. Another example of a great American company outsourcing to China and returning with a shoddy product that shames their reputation.

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