I recently had the pleasure of receiving a ProNomad thermos, and I must say that I am very impressed! As you can see on their site, the bottle keeps drinks cold for up to 24 hours and keeps your drinks hot for up to 16 hours.
This is pretty impressive, especially considering you can get one of these thermos’ for around $20.
I have tried my thermos out a few separate times, most recently on a walk on one of my city’s Greenways. Knoxville has a great Greenway system, so even if I can’t get away for long, I can still enjoy some nice scenery. This thermos was comfortable to carry during a walk, and appears to be extremely durable. The lid is attached and closes very tightly, making spills something you no longer have to worry about!
Not only does this bottle keep your drink the temperature you like, but it also holds a good bit of liquid. If I am going on a long walk or hike, some of the smaller bottles don’t seem to hold quite enough. These hold 32 oz, which has been perfect for me! If you have an ice machine at home, it fits pretty much perfectly underneath. It’s nice not to have ice falling everywhere!
Here is some more useful information regarding this particular thermos:
- Vacuum Insulated
- Base Weight: 0.89 lb (405 gr)
- Height: 9.7 in (24.70 cm)
- Width: 3.5 in (9 cm)
- Material Type: 18/8 Stainless Steel
- Lid Material: pp5
- BPA free!
I would also like to mention that this particular thermos surpasses the quality of some of the more expensive ones that I have bought in the past. It not only seems more durable, but also does a better job at keeping your drinks the temperature that you want. If you are looking for a quality thermos for yourself or someone else, I have no doubt that the ProNomad 32Oz Thermos is one that anyone would be pleased with!
ProNomad also has a variety of camping, hiking, and travel shirts that would make great gifts (even for yourself!)
You can find these items and many more here: ProNomad
I use reusable bottles and thermos’ like this one constantly. I hate the idea of using multiple plastic water bottles that may or may not be recycled. Do you use reusable bottles? If not, do you think you’d like to give it a try? Let me know!
*This post is sponsored to help support Voyages of Mine. As always, all opinions are my own.