ZOJIRUSHI SM-SA48-BA STAINLESS STEEL MUG, BLACK, 16-OUNCE
Zojirushi Stainless Steel 16oz. Mug has a vacuum insulation that keeps beverages hot or cold for hours. Easy-to-clean nonstick coated interior. Tight fitted flip-open lid keeps beverages hotter or colder than travel mugs. Safety lock to prevent the lid from opening accidentally (NEW pictograph lock). Lightweight design for added portability.
- Stopper disassembles for thorough cleaning
- 16oz. capacity with 1-1/2" opening
- Lightweight design for added portability
- Compact design takes minimal space while maximizing capacity
- New pictograph lock
- 5 year warranty on heat retention
||16 oz. / 0.48 liter
|Dimensions (W x D x H)
||2-3/4 x 2-3/4 x 8-5/8 inches
|Weight (lbs. oz.)
||189°F @ 1 hr. / 160°F @ 6 hrs.
||46°F @ 6 hrs.
|Made in Thailand
Product of Japan
Manufacture Part No. SM-SA48-PB
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What is a stainless mug?
A stainless mug is a vacuum insulated mug that is designed to drink directly from the mug. Although similar to travel mugs, it offers better heat retention because of its tight fitting lid, and can be stored in a bag or purse without spilling.
How does it keep beverages hot?
The air between two thin layers of stainless steel that make up the body of the mug is removed to create a vacuum. Because there is no air, the temperature on the other side of the wall does not transfer over, keeping beverages hot or cold for hours.
The Story About Zojirushi:
Zojirushi (pronounced ‘zoh-jee-ROO-shee’) began in Japan in 1918 as a manufacturer of hand-blown glass vacuum bottles. Today, Zojirushi’s product line extends to high-end small appliances such as rice cookers, breadmakers and coffee makers, high quality vacuum insulated products like vacuum bottles, lunch jars and carafes, and commercial restaurant and coffee equipment. In the past few years, Zojirushi has enhanced the focus on design and how appliances fit into everyday lives with the introduction of a variety of new products. The name Zojirushi means “Elephant brand” in Japanese.