Thermos Insulated Travel Mugs

 

$30.00$40.00 price_excluding_tax

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Thermos® brand, “Nissan”™ insulated travel mugs. Completely leak proof! With the lid on, these great mugs can be turned upside down, and you won’t spill a drop. Hook your hot coffee to your belt without the fear of getting scalded. Very durable, the preferred mugs for the Athens’ Own resilience building team. Say no to plastic and styrofoam, and choose to re-use!

Tumbler (JML350) pictured on the left, Coffee mug (JMQ400) on the right. Airpots available for sale soon.

1/2/18 update: In their infinite wisdom, Thermos Nissan has decided to discontinue production of the Model JMQ400 mug with handle. We do so hope they reconsider.

JML350 is now in limited quantities. We can respond with a lead time to all who are interested in purchasing.

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  3 Responses to “Thermos Insulated Travel Mugs”

  1. I’m soooooo disappointed that they discontinued the
    Model JMQ400!!! I have been using mine for years…..10-15? I’ve been searching the internet for about a year now to try to find a replacement kids because dinner I lost mine. If you have any leads please let me know. That was the best travel mug they’ve ever made in my opinion.

    • Erica, I soooooo agree with you. Is there anything left of the soft coating on the underside of your handle? A few handles we have seen, that polymer has deteriorated, gotten gooey, etc.

      • Erica, have you ever used the JML 350? I suspect you may have become accustomed to a handle. Would a handleless mug be intolerable? The temperature retention of the JML 350 is at least 25% higher for heat, and similarly lower for cold beverages. Both boast leak free inverted travel with properly installed lids that are in good working order. Pro for the JMQ400, in 20 years I have yet to see a failure of the drinking edge of the mug; and I have seen both models of mugs put through quite a bit of hard use and abuse. The JML 350 sippy lids will break if dropped hard, but fortunately are replaceable.

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