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Stainless Mug SM-TAE48SA Ichimatsu Collection
Stopper disassembles for thorough cleaning
Air vent on the mouthpiece allows beverages to flow out smoothly, without gushing or overflowing
Safety lock to prevent the lid from opening accidentally
The rounded bottle opening is smooth and comfortable to the touch
Easy-to-clean double layer nonstick coated interior enhances durability, and provides greater protection of the stainless steel against salt-containing beverages like sports drinks
Zojirushi America Corporation warrants only the thermal insulation of certain vacuum insulated products against defects for a period of five years from the date of original retail purchase. Product must be used within the US and Canada.
Stainless Mug SM-TAE48SA Ichimatsu Collection
Stainless Mug SM-TAE48SA Ichimatsu Collection
Stainless Mug SM-TAE48SA Ichimatsu Collection
Stainless Mug SM-TAE48SA Ichimatsu Collection

Stainless Mug SM-TAE48SA Ichimatsu Collection

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ZThe stylish Ichimatsu Collection mugs are equipped with high quality double wall stainless steel vacuum insulation construction that keeps beverages hot or cold for hours. The tight-fitting flip-open lid with safety lock makes drinking from the mug easy, and prevents beverages from spilling.

  • 2-step lid release process prevents excess condensation on the stopper from being flung off while the lid opens
  • Tight-fitted flip-open lid keeps beverages hot or cold
  • Safety lock to prevent the lid from opening accidentally
  • A special manufacturing technique was used to round the bottle opening, making it smooth and comfortable to the touch when cleaning
  • 1-5/8" (4cm) wide mouth opening
  • Made of BPA-free plastic and 18/8 stainless steel
  • The lids are interchangeable with SM-NAE48, allowing for a wide choice of color combinations and use.
  • "Ichimatsu" is a two-toned checkerboard pattern that holds historical significance and recognition in Japanese culture. In the mid-Edo period, a popular Kabuki actor named Sanogawa Ichimatsu was known for wearing pants with this pattern.

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