If you feel like you can’t leave the house without seeing a Stanley tumbler, know that it’s not just in your neck of the woods. These handled water cups are immensely popular in 2023 and are sold out often. But three new metallic Stanley cup colors are coming out today, and they’re in stock now. Shop new black glow, rose quartz glow and stainless steel shale colors ahead on the Stanley site.
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Stanley The Quencher H2.0 Flowstate tumbler, $40
Stanley Adventure Quencher travel tumbler, $40
Yeti Yonder 1L water bottle, $28
People swear by the $40 Stanley cups because they keep water ice cold for 11 hours, have a convenient handle, fit in car cup holders in spite of their large size and have a straw that makes staying hydrated just a little more fun. They come in a rainbow of appealing pastel hues and have garnered quite a buzz among influencers — so much so that the Stanley site has a 20-item limit on how many cups you’re allowed to order in response to Stanley hoarders and resellers.
But first things first: Why are there 40-ounce Stanley cups that look identical for sale under two different names? There’s the Quencher H2.0 Flowstate tumbler and also the Adventure Quencher travel tumbler. The Stanley website only sells the Quencher H2.0 Flowstate tumbler these days because it’s the new and improved version of the Adventure Quencher travel tumbler. But you can still find the Adventure Quencher travel tumbler available plenty of places online, which is helpful since Stanley cups are often sold out in several colors.
What’s new about the Quencher H2.0 Flowstate tumbler? Its improved lid has a rotating cover with three positions: “a straw opening designed to resist splashes while holding the reusable straw in place, a drink opening and a full-cover top.”
Find both the Quencher H2.0 Flowstate tumbler and the Adventure Quencher travel tumbler in stock at multiple retailers ahead. Plus, shop more of thethat will keep you hydrated in the new year below.
Here’s where you can find the Stanley Quencher H2.0 Flowstate tumbler and the Adventure Quencher travel tumbler in stock.
Stanley The Quencher H2.0 Flowstate tumbler
Click these links to see what The Quencher H2.0 Flowstate tumbler colors are in stock on the Stanley website. The new color stainless steel shale is pictured above. It’s in stock along with black glow and rose quartz glow.
Stanley The Quencher H2.0 Flowstate tumbler, $40
Stanley Adventure Quencher travel tumbler
Stanley’s Amazon page currently only has the older model, the Adventure Quencher travel tumbler, in stock. Some colors are still available, but note that several have elevated prices due to demand. You can find the Adventure Quencher travel tumbler at Dick’s Sporting Goods as well. All colors are $40 there.
Stanley Adventure Quencher travel tumbler, $40 and up
More great water bottles
If you’re not yet sure about the Stanley cup, check out these other great water bottle options from Yeti, Hydro Flask and more as well.
Hydro Flask wide mouth bottle
The reviewer-loved Hydro Flask wide mouth bottle is made of professional-grade stainless steel and has wide opening for a faster fill. It keeps drinks cold for 24 hours and hot for 12. Choose from 12 colors, plus you can personalize it with graphics or text. This orange hue is currently on sale.
Hydro Flask 32 oz wide mouth bottle, $27 (reduced from $45)
Yeti Yonder water bottle
If you’re looking for a lightweight water bottle for your outdoor adventures, check out Yeti’s newest model. This plastic water bottle is shatter resistant and comes in two sizes. The larger is pictured. Find it in four colors.
Yeti Yonder 1L water bottle, $25
Yeti Rambler water bottle
Keep your drinks hot or cold with this fan-favorite Yeti bottle. Find it in eight colors and in six sizes. You can also customize it with text and graphics.
Yeti Rambler 26 oz bottle, $40
Under Armour Playmaker water bottle
If you’re planning a long workout and don’t want to keep refilling your water bottle, the Playmaker water jug from Under Armour is a great option. With an impressive 64-ounce capacity, this water jug does not mess around when it comes to hydration.
The double-wall foam insulation will keep any drink cold for up to 12 hours, and the leak-resistant flip-top lid keeps the risk of an unintentional post-game celebratory Gatorade-dump moment to a minimum. The ergonomic handle and non-slip side grip make the tasks of drinking from and carrying around this behemoth bottle much easier.
Under Armour Playmaker 64 oz water bottle, $27
The Welly Traveler features triple-walled vacuum insulation to keep drinks cold for up 24 hours or hot for up to 14 hours. It’s made with with premium-grade stainless steel, natural bamboo, silicone and BPA-free plastic. It also comes with a removable infuser, making it an excellent choice for athletes that prefer naturally flavored infused water.
Welly Traveler 28 oz water bottle, $40
BlenderBottle Classic V2 shaker bottle
The BlenderBottle is a favorite among gym-goers. It comes with a shaker ball to smoothly mix up powders such as pre-workout or protein powders.
BlenderBottle Classic 28 oz V2 shaker bottle, $10 (reduced from $11)
S’well stainless steel bottle
This 17-ounce S’well water bottle with a twist-off lid has a user-friendly mouth; it won’t suddenly dump water onto your face when you tip it, but it’s still wide enough to easily fill with ice.
This bottle will fit most standard-sized cup holders, and reviewers note that its size and shape make it easy to hold. It’s BPA-free and composed of grade stainless steel. With triple-layered insulation, S’well bottles are designed to keep beverages cold for up to 36 hours, and hot for up to 18.
S’well stainless 17 oz steel bottle, $29 (reduced from $35)