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Stanley Classic Legendary Bottle 0.75L

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Looking for a reliable and tough bottle for your outdoor adventures? The Stanley Classic Legendary Bottle 0.75L is the perfect choice. With its durable stainless steel construction, double-wall vacuum insulation, leakproof design, and insulated lid that doubles as a cup, this bottle keeps your drink at the perfect temperature while withstanding drops and dings. It’s also dishwasher safe for easy cleaning. Grab one now and hit the road!

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Stanley Classic Legendary Bottle 0.75L: Tough Enough to Handle Anything

When it comes to outdoor adventure, you need a bottle that can keep up with you. That’s where the Stanley Classic Legendary Bottle 0.75L comes in. Made with 18/8 stainless steel and BPA-free materials, this bottle is designed to withstand anything – from drops and dings to rough handling on the go.

The double-wall vacuum insulation keeps your drink at the perfect temperature, while the leakproof and packable design makes it easy to take with you anywhere. And when it’s time to pour, the twist-and-pour stopper gives you better control over your drink.

The slim design allows you to grip it with one hand, and the insulated lid doubles as a cup for easy drinking. Plus, every piece of this stainless steel flask is dishwasher safe, making it easy to clean after your adventures.

Whether you’re hitting the trails, the job site, or the open road, the Stanley Classic Legendary Bottle 0.75L is tough enough to handle anything. Get yours today and start exploring!

Tech Specs

  • Dimensions: 89 H x 89 W x 298 L mm
  • Weight: 598 g




The Stanley Bottle Company was founded in 1913 and its head office is located in Seattle, USA. It has since been sold to the Chinese company HAVI.

The story of Stanley thermos bottles began in 1913, when inventor William Stanley Jr. invented combining the strength of steel with vacuum insulation and developed an all-steel travel bottle for hot drinks. The invention was the thermos bottle. The invention in question is still well used around the world both at work and outdoors. High-quality thermos bottles are very durable and the best last even from generation to generation. The Stanley product family has expanded since the development of the thermos bottle, so that today it also covers thermos mugs, drinking bottles and travel catering equipment such as coolers and food preparation equipment. Stanley thermos bottles have a 25-year warranty, which indicates the high quality of the product.

Stanley’s products are reusable and in that sense support sustainable development. The most durable products never need to be thrown away or replaced, and Stanley’s products have been developed with this principle in mind. Stanley has been creating Built For Life products for over 100 years. It reduces the demand for disposable products that end up in waste and water streams.

More durable products are those that never need to be thrown away or replaced. Stanley has been creating reusable Built For Life™ products for over 100 years, reducing the demand for single-use products that end up in waste and water streams.

Frequently Asked Questions

What type of stainless steel was used in my Stanley Classic Legendary Bottle?

Stanley's products are designed to meet the rigorous safety standards set by the FDA and Prop 65. Stanley's stainless-steel items are made with 18/8 or grade 304, which is considered food-grade stainless steel and is free of BPA. Before being made available to the public, all of the stainless-steel items undergo rigorous health and safety testing to ensure that they are safe to use.

How do I get the best performance (hot/cold retention) from my Stanley vacuum bottle?

To get the best performance from your Stanley vacuum bottle, mug, or food jar, preheat or precool it by filling it with warm or cold tap water, let it stand for five minutes, then empty the bottle and immediately fill it with your favorite hot or cold beverage. Lastly, secure the stopper and lid as quickly as possible to avoid heat loss.

Can milk or dairy products be put inside Stanley vacuum products?

It is not recommended to store milk or dairy products in Stanley vacuum bottles or food jars for extended periods of time as certain temperatures can cause bacterial growth. Additionally, fermenting food and beverages can create pressure buildup over time. For more information on storing milk and dairy products, please consult the U.S. FDA website at www.fda.gov.

Is it safe to put dry ice inside my vacuum product?

Using dry ice in a sealed container is not recommended since the rapid evaporation of CO2 from a solid to a gas can create excess pressure within the product. Please proceed with caution at your own risk.

What type of brush should be used to clean my stainless steel Stanley product?

Any soft brush may be used to clean Stanley's vacuum bottle or food jar, but not a metal brush that could scratch the surfaces.

How should I clean my Stanley Classic Legendary Bottle?

Before cleaning your product, please check the bottom to determine if it is dishwasher safe. For items that are not dishwasher safe, we recommend hand washing using the following steps:

  1. Fill your product with warm water and a mild detergent.

  2. Let it sit for five minutes.

  3. Wash the inside of your product using a soft, damp cloth or sponge.

  4. Rinse thoroughly and dry with a clean towel.

Occasionally, your product may require a deep clean. In such cases, we recommend soaking the item in a mixture of one-part baking soda and one-part warm water for up to an hour before rinsing it out and cleaning it with mild detergent.

How do I clean the gaskets in my Stanley vacuum product?

Soak the top of the cup in white vinegar, lemon juice, or a mixture of warm water and baking soda. Some products allow the gasket or seal to be carefully removed with a small tool or instrument and soaked separately.

What is the best way to remove stains or odors from my product?

We recommend washing your product with warm water and a non-abrasive household cleaner. You can use bristle brushes, sponges, or clean cloths to apply the cleaner. You can also try soaking your product in a mixture of warm water and baking soda or white vinegar to remove any stains or smells. After using cleaners, make sure to wash your product thoroughly as per the care and use instructions. Repeat the cleaning process until the stains or smells disappear. If you have stainless steel products, you can also use a stainless-steel cleaner or polish to clean them.

Is my Stanley Classic Legendary Bottle dishwasher safe?

Check the bottom of your product for dishwasher safety indications. For dishwasher-safe products, we recommend putting them on the top rack. Please hand-wash any items that are not dishwasher safe.

Is my Stanley vacuum product microwave safe?

We do not recommend putting any of the Stanley products in the microwave, as there may be stainless steel in hinges, handles, and other places that could result in damage to your product and appliance.

Is it safe to put my Stanley product in the freezer?

Stanley does not recommend freezing any of its products because the expansion of liquids when frozen can cause damage to the item, affecting its performance, thermal properties, and seals. Freezing Stanley products can result in the item not returning to its original shape, compromising its functionality and longevity. It is advisable to avoid freezing Stanley products to ensure their optimal performance and durability.

What is the best way to remove rust from my Stanley product?

If you notice any rust-like corrosion on your Stanley product, it could be caused by free-iron particles, dirt, or residue that have contaminated the surface. To remove these contaminants, we recommend using a standard, non-abrasive household cleaner with a bristle brush, sponge, or clean cloth. A stainless-steel cleaner or polish can also be effective in removing rust. Additionally, soaking the product in a mixture of warm water and baking soda, white vinegar, or lemon juice may help remove stubborn rust stains. After cleaning, be sure to wash your bottle thoroughly as recommended in our care and use instructions. With proper care, Stanley products made of high-grade stainless steel can last a lifetime.

Can you explain the meaning of the #7 at the bottom base of my Stanley product?

Stanley products are FDA-tested and approved, and we guarantee that all contact surfaces are safe and free of BPS and BPA. The #7 at the bottom base of your product refers to the catch-all "other" class of plastics, as our products are made of multiple materials. However, please note that any surface that comes into contact with food or beverage does not contain BPS or BPA.