Stanley’s 40oz Quencher H2.0 FlowState Tumbler. New colors.
(Updated Spring 2023) You’ve seen them everywhere. Instagram. TikTok. The gym. The office. The school pickup line. The Stanley 40oz Quencher H2.0 Flowstate Tumbler is the drink vessel that went viral. Maybe you first noticed your favorite influencer sipping on one, but they’ve definitely become part of the mainstream. From Target to sporting goods stores, the Stanley Tumbler is sold all over. It’s sold out all over, too. These tumblers can be a little tricky to get your hands on, so with these three new Stanley Tumbler colors launching on 2/8, you’ll want to run, don’t walk.
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Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Stanley released three super pretty new hues in their iconic tumbler: Rose Quartz Glow, Stainless Steel Shale, and Black Glow. And now, this Spring, they’ve launched Citron and Jade—two yummy colors that are just right for the new season! But it’s not just the colors that make us drool. The 40oz Quencher is made of recycled stainless steel so you can feel good about sticking to sustainability. Stanley’s vacuum insulation makes sure that your beverage of choice stays ice-cold for hours, or hot, if you prefer.
No, really. We’re talking 11 hours cold, 7 hours hot, and 24 hours iced. And, with the FlowState lid, you have the option of three drinking positions: a straw opening that resists splashes and holds the reusable straw in place, a drink opening, and a full cover. A comfy handle and cup-holder-ready base makes things easy. And if your tumbler doesn’t do everything they say it will, Stanley will replace it.
Although the other hues are pretty great, too, so we just really recommend snagging any of them! It’ll be your new BFF. Or new Spring Break buddy!
Stainless Steel Shale
Stainless Steel Shale Stanley Quencher H2.0 FlowState Tumbler 40oz ($45.00)—Buy Now
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