Easy-Clean Travel Mug Lid


If you’re like us, your West Loop probably goes everywhere. So go ahead and get an extra lid, make it easy on yourself.

  • One Size
  • Volume: No
  • Price: $7.00

Tech Talk

    Peace of Mind – This lid is completely BPA-free

    Our Lids Are Sealed – The AUTOSEAL® technology engineered into this lid makes it both spill- and leak-proof (Yes, there is a difference) – It knows when to close™

    Lend a Hand – Easy one-handed drinking with the push of a button

    Squeaky Clean – Easy clean lid flips completely open for an extra squeaky clean with no parts to take apart or misplace

    Lock It Up – Button lock for added peace of mind

    Clean Up – Top rack dishwasher safe

    Matching Partner – This lid is engineered to any size AUTOSEAL® West Loop Travel Mug (16 oz., 20 oz. 24 oz.)

    All Contigo products are BPA free, have a limited lifetime guarantee and are designed by passionate inventors and innovators who have your mobility in mind.

Product Reviews

Lid issues-cleaning regimen

Posted on 2/7/2016 by S

I found that some baking soda, vinegar,hydrogen peroxide and water do a pretty good job of getting most of the gunk from the lid. I usually get a 4 cup measuring cup, place the lid in the measuring cup sprinkle about two table spoons of baking soda over the lid and then add about 1/4 cup of peroxide, 1/4 cup of vinegar and then fill up the measuring cup until the lid is completely submerged in the solution. I leave it there for about half an hour and scrub it. Works fine for a few weeks at a time.

Please Listen About Lids

Posted on 1/28/2016 by latoya

To clean lids ...boil water hot turn off stove put ln lids let it soke for an hour then use dawn dish liquid with a clean sponge use only for the lids or very thick paper towel and let it dry on a paper towel ..its like boiling baby bottles and letting them air dry after wash. Please use common sense this product is excellent! !!! Don't leave the bottles dirty for days then when stuff start to grow bacteria you blame the product. Once you finish your drink rinse it out turn over the lid put dish sope in it untill you can wash it later. Please use common sense. Please!!!!
Don't hand wash

Posted on 1/22/2016 by Leslie

I was really enjoying the cup... loved that I could throw it in my purse in my way to work with no spills... unfortunately I had it two weeks and the spring slipped out while i was cleaning it... so at this point the button is just for decoration since it
no longer controls the seal on the cup.
Love the mug, Hate the lid

Posted on 1/12/2016 by Disappointed in Minnesota

I can't agree more with the majority of folks on this site. The mug and general design are great and truly leak-proof... until you tip the mug and it hits the granite counter or the wood table or the un-carpeted floor. And it doesn't have to be the worst of drops or spills. Seems the slightest bump cracks the darn thing and it leaks from then on. If I didn't own a specialized mug with an event logo on it, I would chuck the whole thing.
Lid is awful

Posted on 1/5/2016 by Kate

1 drop and the lid shatters. This is such a waste of money I am extremely disappointed and annoyed.
Easily Breaks

Posted on 12/30/2015 by Greg

As others have said, and I agree with, the plastic used in the lid is too fragile. In my cabinet I now have three lidless Contigo cups and one that I use that actually has a lid. I drop my mugs sometimes and if there is any liquid in the mug (adding weight) the lid will break and become useless. I keep buying these because I love the "press to drink" feature, but man they need to source a different, tougher plastic for the lid.\
Easy to clean, and even easier to break?

Posted on 12/28/2015 by Yehudit

I just got my mug less than a week ago (so west loop easy clean lid). It can be cleaned inside very well, especially in dishwasher. However my lid broke after few days of use, while cleaning by hand - the sealing part, which is on spring came detached and it won't seal. I did not drop the mug or lid, just scrubbed a little. This is very disappointing considering the cost. Will see if Contigo sends a replacement.
A real solution

Posted on 5/29/2015 by Dan

The mug is great, the lid is innovative. Where else will you find a travel mug that works this well and you can hold upside down? As to those of you that have issues with gunk build up, try putting the lid in the dishwasher. Top shelf works fine, and no gunk.
Not so easy to clean

Posted on 5/19/2015 by CoreyT

This easy-clean thing is not quite as good as it sounds. Yes the internals come out pretty far so you can get a brush or sponge deep in there. Unfortunately both mine and my wife's lid have started building up some sort of grey gunk inside the the lid (in the spring especially) and on the threads on the outside of the lid. I assume it's a nice combo of congealed cream and whatnot, but it's gross and looks terribly unhealthy.

If there were a way to remove the internals to clean them periodically that would be nice.
lid hisses

Posted on 4/29/2015 by Zman

I'm on my third lid for my 24oz mug. The original one was the old style, the two replacements are this newer Easy-Clean style. I use my mug in my home office and pour the liquid into a double-walled glass cup. Within 20 seconds of pouring it in, the lid starts hissing in bits and spurts and is incredibly annoying. New lids have not fixed the problem. I think I have to give up on this mug and go back to my Stanley - it keeps the beverage hotter for longer, doesn't leak and doesn't hiss.

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