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Quicksilver Acrylic Tumbler, 16 fl oz

A double-walled acrylic tumbler featuring metallic art and a stainless steel badge.
Availability:  In Stock
Experience the fluid beauty of quicksilver and liquid gold captured in your coffee tumbler.

The art on this acrylic coffee tumbler gives the impression of droplets of molten metal suspended in its heat-retaining double wall. The stainless steel embossed badge is an elegant finish. Grey sliding lid. Holds 16 fl oz. Handwash only. Do not microwave.

Quicksilver Acrylic Tumbler, 16 fl oz 5 5 1 1
Doesn't leak! I used to have the silver gradient acrylic tumbler, 16 oz, and that was great too. The sliding lid is supposed to come off so you can clean it in two pieces. It's a little tricky to put back on, but there are two pieces that you snap back into place. I can literally flip this tumbler upside down and it doesn't leak. It will however leak/drip a little if you get liquid around the are where the lid screws in. If the liquid is below that, aka half an inch form the top, you're good to go. If it's not, than drink the liquid from the top and wipe the inside of the top with a napkin. Like most items, try not to drop it! With my last one, I dropped it a few too many times and the inside plastic insulator cracked, resulting in liquid getting stuck in between the too layers of plastic September 21, 2014
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