Cyclists and breastfeeding mothers have praised the Stanley Trigger Action Travel Mug for being a ‘game-changer’ as it slots into bikes and can be used with one hand
Pastel shades are popping up everywhere, from the viral Always Pan reimagined in a pretty coral hue, to calming baby blue being hailed the most fashionable colour of the season – and now even the beloved Stanley cups are getting a spring update.
While the bestselling Stanley Quencher has just been released in two alternative patterns, one of which is still in stock here, another popular Stanley product the Trigger Action Travel Mug is also available in four new colourways. There’s Lilac Gloss, Rose Quartz, and if you prefer something a little brighter, Azure and Tigerlily Plum.
The £31.99 travel mug is perfect for sipping on the go as it has a leakproof push button on the top, and a double vacuum wall insulation that claims to keep your drink hot for five hours, cold for six hours and keep ice frozen for 26 hours. It also comes in twelve other colours, including matte and hammered finishes.
Able to hold 0.35L of liquid, the Stanley Trigger Action Travel Mug differs from the Quencher in that it’s very easy to transport and suitable for hot beverages as it won’t leak when tipped up or in a bag. One person said it was the “best mug ever,” and their drink still stayed hot after an eight hour trip from the Midlands to Aberdeen.
Another happy customer explained that the “great little flask” easily fit into a bike which “saves buying extortionate coffees whilst cycling,” and another cyclist said, “this actually fits into my holder on a push bike so it’s very versatile.”
It’s also an excellent buy for new parents, with one breastfeeding mother saying, “in those early days/nights especially, when all you want is a hot cuppa to keep your spirits up while breastfeeding a new baby this was an absolute game changer! I could sip away one handed and put it down quickly without spilling! I highly recommend gifting a new mumma this fantastic cup!”
If you work outside during the cold weather, or often take your dog out for a walk, the Stanley Trigger Action Mug is a “very nice size” for walking with and users have said “it’s a worthy investment.” Cleaning it is said to be “a little bit fiddly” but it can go in the dishwasher and the lid dissembles for deep cleaning.
For a cheaper alternative, the YETI Rambler Tumbler is £19.99 on Amazon and has been praised for being a “handy size”. The SUNTQ Reusable Coffee Cup is £10.18 on Amazon and has 812 five-star reviews with one person saying you can even “shake it upside down and it won’t spill a drop.”
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