S'well Tumbler Stainless Steel Lid
Top off your Tumbler with S'well's stainless steel, pop-on lid. Designed specifically to turn your stylish Tumbler into an effortless to-go cup, it helps keep your beverage warm or cold on your morning commute or Sunday park day. Comes in one size to fit both the 10oz and 18oz Tumbler, and features an engraved S'well drop icon.

Dimensions: 0.8" H x 3.3" W, 0.16lb

Materials: High-Grade 18/8 Stainless Steel top. Silicone sheet gasket, o-ring and seal. Polypropylene base layer. BPA-free.

Featured: 18 oz Tumblers and Tumbler Lid.

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Jacqui: a few months ago

I have found that the lid does not appear to seal securely to the mug causing me to have to be very careful with the travel mug and therefore defeating the purpose of a travel mug. We use these mugs and lids for our morning smoothies and where a straw seem to work well through the spout. Overall, I was disappointed as I do love my Swell bottles and was really looking forward to the travel mug.

Rawle: a few months ago

This is quite an expensive lid that does not close and is not leak proof like products from Thermos. It should be included in the price of the tumbler given the high cost. I did find it perfect for sipping, however, and it does help to prevent your beverage from splashing if your tumbler is full.

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K: a few months ago

I am a huge swell fan and promote it all the time. I was so excited about this item but am so disappointed in it. You can not sip properly from this lid. I keep spilling it.

Frankie: a few months ago

I only wish the lid was included in the price of the tumbler since it's already expensive, but other than that, it's 5 star quality. Made to last and doesn't leak!

Marion: a few months ago

it fits well, but does'nt close

Jessica: a few months ago

Pros: Easy to clean and definitely keeps your drink hot!

Cons: The opening is inset too far in - it should be much closer to the rim where you rest your lower lip. You end up dumping your drink into your mouth rather than sipping it, and I keep spilling on myself.

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