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12 oz (355 ml) Cooler Cup

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Brilliantly versatile
Our new Cooler Cup is two great things in one: It’s a can or bottle cooler, and, with one quick switch, it’s a 12 oz (355 ml) beverage cup. As a Cooler Cup, it’s brilliantly versatile with a silicone sleeve that lets you slide in a narrow bottle or a can – all with the same snug fit. Pop off the sleeve and you have a 12 oz (355 ml) cup made to keep cold drinks cold and hot drinks hot. The ultimate win-win.
Flex Collar
Flexible collar works with a wide range of cans and bottles to lock in the cold; works as a boot when used as a beverage cup.
Dual Use Design
Works as a can or bottle cooler and a 12 oz (355 ml) beverage cup.

    Product Benefits

  • Dual-use design works as a can or bottle cooler or a 12 oz (355 ml) beverage cup
  • Works with a wide range of bottles and cans
  • TPU sleeve locks in bottles and cans, or protects base when used as a beverage cup
  • TempShield™ insulation keeps beverages cold for hours
  • Durable 18/8 Pro-Grade Stainless Steel construction
  • BPA-free and Phthalate-free

Size and Dimensions

24 oz (710 ml)

Volume 355 ml
Diameter 2.9
Height 4.50″
Weight 0.60 lb

Colder, Hotter, Longer

Our unique double-wall vacuum-insulation protects temperature for hours. Cold drinks stay icy cold and hot drinks stay piping hot, so you can stay refreshed for any adventure.

Pure and refreshing. Every time.

Made with 18/8 pro-grade stainless steel to ensure pure taste and no flavour transfer – and the durable construction stands up to whatever life brings.

Hydro Flask supports non-profit organisations focusing on building, maintaining, restoring and providing better access to parks. Since 2017, we have been doing just that:
  • 92 Non-profits supported non-profits.

  • $1.5 million Dollars (approx. £1.197 million) donated donated.

  • 26,043 Bottles donated bottles.

Hydro Flask supports non-profit organisations focusing on building, maintaining, restoring and providing better access to parks. Since 2017, we have been doing just that:
92 non-profits.
$1.5 million non-donated.
26,043 bottles.