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Avanti

Fluid Vacuum Bottle

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If your disposable plastic water bottle has just about had it, then you might want to consider a hardier option like the Fluid Vacuum Stainless Steel bottle from Avanti.

Constructed from 18/8 stainless steel, this bottle has a double wall which insulated and prevents condensation on the outside, so it won’t make your desk, or inside of your bag wet. When the weather is warm, you can fill it up with iced tea or juice which will stay cold for up to 24 hours on a sweltering day, or when there’s a frosty wind blowing – your favourite coffee brew or tea will keep you toasty warm for up to 12 hours.

For keeping bevvies hot, or chilled you can’t go past an insulated double wall stainless steel bottle like the Fluid Vacuum Bottle from Avanti.

  • Twin wall
  • 18/8 stainless steel construction
  • BPA free
  • Cold for up to 24 hours
  • Hot for up to 12 hours 
Snowys Code:
16543
Supplier Code:
18996
In Use Dimensions:
30H x 7.6W x 7.6D cm
Packed Dimensions:
30H x 7.6W x 7.6D cm
Capacity:
0.75 L
Material:
Stainless Steel
Weight:
0.40 Kg
Warranty:
1 Year

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Hi..to keep drinks cold do you freeze empty bottle overnight and then put drink in it?1 answer

Hi..do you put the empty bottle in freezer overnite and then put drink in it? I filled mine with water and put in fridge overnight..within 2 hours of going to work the water wasnt cold anymore..?

- Emerald(4 hours ago)

G'day Heidi,

This isn't something we've been asked before with the Avanti Fluid Vacuum Bottle, so we've had to brainstorm a bit as a team to see what we can suggest. Putting the empty bottle in the freezer certainly would make some difference but whether or not that totally solves the issue remains to be seen. Another couple of suggestions that we can give is to put a few ice cubes in your drink, minimise the number of times you open the bottle (bigger drinks, less often) and to make sure you keep it out of direct sunlight. At this time of year, we'd expect the drink inside to not stay as cool as it might during the winter months but we should definitely be getting it to stay cold for more than 2 hours. 

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