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What's The Difference Between A Travel Mug And A Tumbler?

WHAT IS A TRAVEL MUG?

A reusable travel mug is an insulated drinks container that's designed for use on the go. Most come with leak-proof lids that screw-on or push-on, and some have with handles. The best travel mugs are made from double-walled stainless steel that keeps drinks hot or cold for hours. Travel mugs help you reduce waste and still enjoy coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and other beverages at the right temperature. Travel mugs are perfect for commuting, hiking, and camping trips. There are several good reasons to buy a reusable painted porcelain coffee cup with lid



WHEN DO YOU USE A TRAVEL MUG?

Insulated coffee mugs are ideal for commuting, zero-waste travel, and outdoor adventure sports because they keep drinks hot or cold for longer than tumbler cups. High-quality metal coffee mugs are also condensation-free and leak-proof, which makes them safe to throw inside your bag while running errands. 


WHAT IS A TUMBLER?

Tumbler cups are traditionally used for cold drinks like lemonade, iced teas, smoothies, and summer cocktails. They are usually made from plastic or metal. A double-walled stainless steel tumbler, like the FLASKE Tumbler, will insulate both hot and cold beverages. Tumblers have a wide opening - perfect for adding ice and easy to clean – and a narrower base. Travel tumblers also feature a leak-proof lid and a space for a straw.  


WHEN DO YOU USE A TUMBLER CUP?

Reusable tumbler cups aren't just more sustainable than disposable tumblers; they're also very trendy and useful for outdoor events. You'll want to take a stainless steel tumbler to your next summer picnic, beach day, or corporate outing. Fill an insulated tumbler cup with ice and homemade iced tea or a refreshing cocktail, and you can leave the cooler bag at home! 


A personalised tumbler can also be a stylish and long-lasting gift for your friends, family, or colleagues. Company owners can even think about giving branded metal bottles and tumblers as corporate gifts.


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