Quicksilver Acrylic Tumbler, 16 fl oz
Nice tumbler overall
This mug is very lightweight and attractive. The drink hole and opening system takes a little getting used to, as the opening is a portion of the cap that slides away from you on a level plane. There are small arrows on the side that moves and you can feel them with your finger -- useful as they aren't easy to see. The drink hole is also rectangular, and a little small for one of the Starbucks' straws to fit through it -- the straw will go, but with some crimping that requires a little extra pressure to sip up your beverage. So maybe not the ideal tumbler for a cold drink? It will work, just slightly more difficult. When you close the cap, sometimes you get a little spray from any fluid left on the top -- you may have to look at the tumbler or a similar cap system to understand. Just be cautious when you have hot liquid in it - as you should be with any mug or cup. I like it, but allow yourself time for a small learning curve.
November 18, 2014
Its a gift to someone. It reminded me of the stars at night l
November 18, 2014
Best Tumbler Ever!
This is the best Tumbler and it has a GREAT price. You will love it :)
November 17, 2014
Love the Sparkle
Love the silver and gold sparkle! Easy to use and keeps beverage hot for a long time. I only gave this four stars because I was surprised that it is not water tight. Otherwise, I love it!
November 10, 2014
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