@RedOak Too bad Bubba closed shop. Our lids kept breaking & they couldn’t just sell or give replacement lids, they thought they needed to send you a whole cup/lid set. Can’t keep a business going that way. Loved that they were dishwasher safe though. Are these?
@RedOak I received an email saying that they were sorry but they were not going to be able to honor their warranties for the travel mugs because they had discontinued them and were not making any lids to fit them. I just reread the email and I must’ve been having a hard day, I don’t read anything that says they’re going out of business, just discontinued my product. Thanks for bringing that to my attention! I love my Bubba’s, nothing beats them (well, maybe a Yeti, but who wants something to stay hot/cold that long?)
Lid looks impossible to clean if you ask me. The lid is the most important feature of these cups - assuming they are all relatively good at keeping temps and don’t leak, the ability to keep a clean drinking hole is pretty much the deciding factor for me. I’ll never buy a cup without checking out the underside of the lid and the mechanism. Hate that dried coffee stuff hidden under the hole-hider slider, or up in some spring contraption, or in some tiny crevice in the underside.
You finally sucked me back into your Great Deals- I would like to reserve a set of this Tuesday Brewster, Aye? Or Tues Brews! Whatever! Just Don’t Sell Them All & That Command Comes Straight From The Commander In Chief, The Donald, Yor Fan,
@lbrooks15 Yeah, was wondering that-- to many of these cheap travel mugs have that rubber/plastic thing on the bottom break free then fill with water. I’ll stick with my Copco mug for daily use and Bubba mugs for trips
@chienfou I didn’t mention those things because RedCard users better know they get the 5%. Even using the card, you still have to hit the $25 minimum to have it shipped to you but Ship to Store is free regardless of the size of the order.
I once had a cellmate named Bubba. He was a tall drink of water. A real rough-and-tumble dude. “Quiero tomar café contigo,” I said. Didn’t end well, and I ended up in a vacuum-insulated, leak-proof, unheated hospital cell nicknamed “The Igloo.”
@dino2269 I want to make sure we get accurate numbers for you. Please answer the following.
What is the starting temperature for both the liquid and the ambient room temperature?
At what min/max temperature threshold do you still consider the beverage cold/hot?
What type of liquid is in there?
Does the cold liquid have ice? If so, how much?
Will the cup remain full and unopened during the duration of the test?
Edit: if you don’t care about it being accurate, this link
says 24 hours cold and 8 hot.