Built for Life Since 1913

Stanley: Insulated Bottles, Lunch Boxes, Coolers, & More!

The Stanley brand has a rich 100+ year history. Born from inventor William Stanley Jr., his vision would forever change the way hot drinks were consumed. In 1913 he fused vacuum insulation and the strength of steel in one portable bottle, inventing the all-steel vacuum bottle we know and love today. In the century since, his vacuum bottle evolved from concept to icon and has become an essential part of workdays, road trips and outdoor adventures. As Stanley grew, so too did the list of their amazing products, and today they make some of the best coolers, bottles, lunch boxes, cookware, and more.

The Stanley brand has been part of countless adventures and even more shared memories. With each passing year Stanley continues to push themselves to bring timeless, yet modern, solutions to today's outdoor adventure. For Stanley it's all about ramping up your time outdoors with gear you can count on from dusk to dawn, from coffee to kick start the day to spirits to cap off the evening. Timeless classics like their legendary Stanley Classic Bottle and Stanley Classic Lunch Box are still best sellers to this day. So if you love the outdoors and want cups and cookware that will last you for years to come, look no further than Stanley.

At, Stanley is one of our newest brands, but it has quickly become one of our favorites. There is something timelessly classic about their stuff that is unmatched by anything else. Give Stanley a try.

Stanley 100th Anniversary

Your story is our story. Check out our Stanley 100th Anniversary Video.

 Questions & Tips

Q: How Should I Clean My Product?

Please check the bottom of your product to see if it is dishwasher safe. If not, we recommend hand washing. Be sure to wash your product before first use.

1. Fill with warm water and mild detergent.

2. Let stand for 5 minutes.

3. Wash with a soft, damp cloth or sponge.

4. Rinse and dry with a clean towel.

5. Your product may need a deep clean occasionally. For this, we recommend letting a mixture of one-part baking soda and one-part warm water soak for up to an hour, after rinsing out this mixture, clean with mild detergent.

Q: What Does The #7 Mean At The Bottom Base Of My Product?

Our products are FDA tested and approved, and all contact surfaces are guaranteed to be safe and BPS/BPA-free. There are seven classes of plastics. Type 7 is the catch-all "other" class. Because our products are made of multiple materials, we are obligated to use the Type 7 code. However, as mentioned previously, any surface that comes into contact with food or beverage does not contain BPS or BPA.

Q: How Do I Get The Best Performance (Hot/cold Retention) From My Vacuum Bottle? (Stanley Only)

Preheat or precool your vacuum bottle, mug, or food jar by filling it with warm or cold tap water. Let stand for five minutes. Empty the bottle and immediately fill with your favorite hot or cold beverage. Lastly, secure the stopper and lid as quickly as possible to avoid heat loss.

Q: What Type Of Stainless Steel Was Used In My Product?

All Stanley items comply with Prop 65 and FDA requirements.Also, all contact surfaces are guaranteed to be safe and BPA-Free. The steel weuse is 18/8, or grade 304, otherwise known as food-grade stainless steel. Likeall of our products, our stainless-steel items must pass rigorous health andsafety tests before making them available to the public.

Stanley 1913 Warranty Information

For non-warranty exchanges and returns, please see our policy here.

If you believe you have a warranty claim, please reach out to us directly here.

Stanley Products are warranted to be free from any defect in workmanship or materials and to be thermally efficient, provided they are used according to the instructions. This warranty does not cover parts or malfunction due to alteration or accident. For more information regarding proper use, please see the care and use instructions provided with your product.