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This super popular 16oz Hydro Flask cup is perfect for keeping your drinks cold or hot and has a leak-proof lid! Our team thinks Hydro Flask is totally worth full price, but thanks to this offer you don’t have to! This cup is also great for taking to a gathering at a friend’s house, helping to save on plastic cup waste and keeping your drinks ice cold while you mix!
On the fence? Check out these helpful reviews…
I absolutely love my Hydro Flask bottle! At first I was concerned that the handle wouldn’t hold up well over time with constant washing up, as it feels softer and less durable compared to the YETI. However, it still looks brand new, has an incredible seal and is my favorite bottle when I leave the house! I’ve even driven it off on top of my car before (not recommended) and it came away with no dents or scratches! Incredible! – Hip2Save sidekick, Sara
This is my third Hydroflask and I am super happy with it. My other two have lasted almost 10 years so far and are still in use, I just wanted a different size. This is perfect for my daily coffee, love the handle for my walk to work and carrying around the office, and the leak proof lid is pretty good. Occasionally it somehow leaks while I’m drinking it, but when I carry it in my bag, I’ve had no issues with it turned to the “sealed” side. Beverage stays hot/cold almost all day long. I’ve tried Yetis and Stanleys and a few other brands, and Hydroflasks are the superior cup on the market in my opinion.
This is our fifth hydro flask. We used the previous ones daily for several years and would still use them if my kids didn’t lose them ;). That said, I keep coming back because they are great. They keep the water warm or frozen all day, even in the car. If you use it for coffee and pour it hot, you’ll need to open the lid to drink because your coffee will stay piping hot for hours. Even with the lid open, mine is hot for at least an hour. These are made in Oregon, USA 🙂