@heartny Yes, saved from another impulse buy! @ircon96 Hah, outside the Driving Game dupes don’t count. But just for fun I checked and saw that it was you who posted it in the game!
Also I saw that I was led astray with my last game entry by @Yoda_Danaerys - I somehow assumed the suggestion had been checked out so I didn’t, and posted a dupe with Roy Orbison. Oops.
@Kyeh No worries about the Roy Orbison thing, i just fixed it. (Man, my phone does NOT like the Driving Game thread anymore! It takes forever & does all kinds of wonky stuff, even if it’s not that full. Ugh.)
Oh, and i also “discovered” that i had posted that Rolling Stones song, totally forgot!
@Kyeh@Lynnerizer You sound just like me, i suffer from a severe case of completism! I’m hopeless, so I’m rooting for your sense of frugality & willpower to rule the day! Lol (The lack of a choice sure does help, though, huh?)
@ArmchairGamer From experience, that’s because the decorative coatings often can be damaged by the cleaning chemistry and heat in a dishwasher. I regularly put all of mine through, with no problems, but I have the extreme-heat wash and the heat-dry cycles turned off. YMMV. Stainless won’t care, but these aren’t 100% stainless.
Possibly the most important question for me is whether these use proprietary screw-in lids or semi-generic push-fit ones. Not that I am likely to buy a tumbler this small in any event, as I have plenty of 40 oz ones now.
@irenegade The video for the metallic one shows the threads. I suspected that was what would be there, as I got a similar item (much smaller) in an IRK a while back, and it was threaded. Do not want. Replacement lids will be too hard to find.
These seem to be sized for the coffee crowd, not the hydration folks. For the latter, anything under 32 oz is generally regarded as “tiny”.
OTOH, a 40 oz one with a handle, proudly emblazoned with a motivational slogan like “Boring Sports Drink” or “Nasty-tasting Energy Beverage” or “Just ****ing Water, OK?” might be a product I could get behind.
Hmmm. I think I know where to get the blanks, the transfer media, and the heat press to make those…