Hands On: Stainless Double Wall 40 Oz Growler


I’ve made it no secret that I have deep feelings for my 64 oz Lifeline, Double Wall, Vacuum Insulated Growler.  Hands On – Here.  So much so that I could not resist picking up the 40 oz version.


Front side of the label. It Reads: Vacuum-Insulated Double-Wall. Vacuum insulated to keep liquids hot or cold all day. Double-wall technology prevents condensation & keeps outside wall of bottle at a comfortable temperature. Lightweight 18/8 stainless steel is 100% recyclable It has no liner and will not retain odor or taste. Stainless Steel. BPA-free.


Reverse side of label (click for a larger view)


Inside of view of growler


64 oz next to 40 oz. The 40 oz is taller and skinnier.


Specs say that the 40 oz should be 11″ tall. I’d say that’s about right.


Specs say that this should be 3.5″ wide. I’d say that’s about right too.


Product logo


Reverse side – Vacuum Insulated – 40oz/1.1L – 18/8 Stainless


Inside of lid


Bottom view vs 64 oz version.


Just like it’s bigger brother, this 40 oz version is very well made.  It’s a thing of beauty.  Check out my hands on post on the 64 oz version for temperature trials.  Although I’m sure it’s different just because of the size and proportions, this should have amazing insulation qualities all the same.


Lifeline 7502 Silver Stainless Steel Wide Mouth Water Bottle – 40 oz. Capacity


Also available in: Pink, Black Blue, White and Orange – Here


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2 thoughts on “Hands On: Stainless Double Wall 40 Oz Growler

  1. Ryan Mann

    That was probably my review on Amazon. My wife uses the 40 oz. one every day to take water to work and it easily keeps the water cold all day. I’ve used it once to transport some beer and it worked pretty good. There was a little bit of leakage that I’m not sure where came from, but after a couple hours in the container the beer was still cold and carbonated. The lid appears to be the same as the larger version so they should seal the same. Just make sure and test it out for a good tight seal when you get it. One thing to note. They are a little more difficult to fill since you can’t see the liquid level like with glass.

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