Designed with a wide-mouth opening to easily accommodate stews and other hearty foods, the Stanley® Classic 24 oz. Vacuum Food Jar makes an ideal traveling companion for meals on the go. The 12 oz. lid doubles as a bowl, and double-wall insulation ensures that contents are kept at an optimal temperature for up to 15 hours. Stainless-steel construction and a heavy-duty handle provide durability and portability.
Features and Benefits
BPA free for safety
Stainless-steel construction and a durable rustproof finish
Wide-mouth opening easily accommodates stews and other hearty foods
Easy-pour stopper helps prevent spills
Double-wall vacuum insulation keeps foods or beverages hot or cold for up to 15 hours
12 oz. lid doubles as a bowl for convenience
Heavy-duty handle for dependable transportation
What's in the Box
Stanley® Classic 24 oz. Vacuum Food Jar
Rated 5 out of
Very good productI am using this jar for my tea in winter or cold drinks in spring and summer. No issues at all after two years of everyday usage. Once a while I am using baking soda with hydrogen peroxide and boiling water to remove residue. Product is likely new. Only one concern is rubber seal. I afraid that will deteriorate the same as for my 14 oz food jar and I will be not able to get replacement part.
Date published: 2016-12-19
Rated 3 out of
Optically really a jewel, functionally ok...I fell in love with the design. That's why a bought it! But actually there are a few things, that should not happen for a product of this price: When i shake the empty bottle, i can hear, that there are some residual metallic cuttings floating between the two walls. When using the bottle for coffee or tee, you really don't understand how far you should open the lid, since it will bubble and sputter all over the place and as you stop pouring, a few drops will always drip along the bottle. During the first few days, the handle was fine, but now it does not hold in place anymore. And finally the insulation performances are not astonishing neither, since it keeps warm for less hours than my no-name, discounter, low cost insulated bottle that i bought in the supermarket...
So: Nice Yes! Functionally acceptable, but not fulfilling the expectation (especially when considering the price)
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 5 out of
Bear Bayou from
Great Warranty/Product (no gasket? no problem! )I've had my 24 oz food jar since 2003 (it says so on the bottom :)) yes the gasket will fall off, get lost, whatever. That's ok. Just contact the company & they'll ship you one (two, if you ask) & it'll cost you zero. (Unfortunately, a reviewer --below-- went out & bought another food jar just because of missing gasket. There was no need.)
Date published: 2016-07-22
Rated 4 out of
Great product LOUSY gasketI love the Food jar and it keeps things piping hot like for ever BUT I am tired of trying to buy new gaskets. It sucks that you can NOT just buy the little gasket because the darn thing just falls off ALL the time. The first 24 oz food jar I bought worked great and then the gasket fell off and my son did not even notice it. I ended up buying another food jar (and they are not cheap) and now the darn gasket is gone again. I think the design flaw should be fixed or maybe have gaskets available to purchase.
Date published: 2016-07-19
Rated 5 out of
D Gate from
WORKS LAKE A CHARM FOR LAST 32 YEARS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Brought jar for work in unheated wherehouse. Outfreaking standing at keeping hot foods. To those having problems.Fill with hot water first for 5 mins. Then add hot contents. You will be pleased. As per instructions back then.
Date published: 2016-03-05
Rated 2 out of
Better than the vacuum bottles, but 12 months MAXI have recently sworn off stanley after 40+ years of heavy product use. The lunchboxes are all they make now that is absolute top of the line. I have had horrendous problems with food jars, vacuum bottles even the high end limited editions. most lose vacuum and are useless in 4-8 months. This 24 OZ jar i bought because it fits well in my prized lunchbox. It is heavier steel than the now flimsy ultralight thermoses, it has lasted 13 months!! It is just NOW losing its vacuum. The tale-tale sign of hot to hold on the outside and only staying warm an hour. Why excited? Well... I have a thermos from the 1950's with a cork that still works made in connecticut... Still use my grandfathers from Nashville 1980's... But EVERY LAST PRODUCT i have bought in the last 6 years from stanley has failed. 100% failure rate. ( I have owned well over 15 different products) -ALL the Chinese ones do not, and will not last. I usually get 4-8 months and 12 months was my record for the newer ones. So... Yes. My food Jar has failed. But it broke the record at 13 months.
Date published: 2016-02-20
Rated 5 out of
PerfectI had been looking for a something dependable to take with my while outdoors and while traveling. The 24 oz Classic Vacuum Jar has turned out to be the perfect answer. I have used it for short travel into the woods to get firewood and on my 14 hr trip to work. It has performed great every time I have used it. I also have used it to carry coffee in when I just wanted to take a small amount with me. It hasn't let me down. I will continue to use Stanley products because they perform as advertised.
Date published: 2016-02-17
Rated 2 out of
FrustratingI bought a 24oz food thermos. It lasted about a year, which I only used here and there. At the beginning, it would keep the food warm, if that. Then, it just didn't work at all. I called customer service to make a claim and they were great. I didn't have any problems with them. They shipped out a new one and low and behold the same issues started to happen.. I even put hot water so that it warms the inside before I put hot food but that didn't work. I'm seriously looking into other company's that can possibly work like they are supposed to. I was under the impression Stanley was the best. Very disappointed
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