If you’ve been searching for a great way to transport your favorite beverage, be it water, soda, or even a spirit, Corkcicle has always been a go-to method of making sure that your items stay cold or warm for hours. We’ve covered a few of their products in the past, but their latest Poketo series is in a class all its own.
Partnering with L.A. based Poketo, the triple insulated series of tumblers, canteens and win cups come complete with secure lids that allow your drinks to stay hot for 12 hours, or cold for up to 25, depending on the purchase that you make. Available in a cool white or blue confetti colorway, I received the 12-ounce Poketo Stemless glass, which is a great way to sip your favorite bourbon on a patio this summer, and the 16-ounce Canteen as well. Both come complete with easy-grip sides that fight off condensation thanks to being triple-insulated but come complete with a slip-proof silicone bottom that will protect itself from sliding around on particular surfaces.
The stemless cup states it will keep a drink chilled for nine hours or warm for three. My wife tends to take her morning cup of coffee in the car with her in the stemless (she’s not a wine drinker by any means). I, however, love the Poketo Canteen, which has all but replaced water bottles for me. Prior to using the Corkcicle, I would wrap aluminum foil around a plastic water bottle to keep it cool when I’d go play sports or going out for the day. But now that the canteen has been my go-to, I can keep items cold for 15, or hot for up to 12. My only complaint is that I wish this color was available in a 32-ounce model so I could carry more instead of continuously refilling.
Nonetheless, both products by Corkcicle are fantastic and affordable for what you get. The Poketo Canteen will only cost you $34.95, while the Poketo Stemless costs $24.95. You can find out more information about them both by visiting Corkcicle’s site today.
Source: Manufacturer supplied review unit
What I Like: Triple insulated to keep items the temperature you want longer
What Needs Improvement: Nothing