Our innovative engineers hate stains as much as you do. That’s why, when designing the Contigo Handled AUTOSEAL Vacuum-Insulated Stainless Steel Travel Mug with Easy-Clean Lid, they made sure to include our patented AUTOSEAL technology, eliminating the possibility of spilling or leaking your drink whether you’re at home, in the office, or on the go. They integrated a comfortable carrying handle into the lid without sacrificing the slim silhouette that lets your travel mug fit nicely into most cup holders, so it’s even easier to take a day’s worth of your favorite coffee or tea with you. Not to worry, THERMALOCK double-walled vacuum insulation means your beverage will stay piping hot up to 5 hours or icy cold up to 15. Use the discreet lock feature to prevent the unintended pressing of the AUTOSEAL button for added peace of mind. At the end of a long day, the top-rack dishwasher-safe Easy-Clean Lid pops open completely so you can get into all the nooks for a thorough clean. Just remember, the stainless steel body is hand-wash-only.
Sip confidently knowing your travel mug's AUTOSEAL technology is leak- and spill-proof
Drinks stay hot up to 5 hours or cold up to 15 hours thanks to THERMALOCK vacuum insulation
Convenient one-handed drinking from either side of the lid with the push of a button
Carrying handle makes it more comfortable to take your mug on the go yet still fits in most cup holders
Button lock on lid prevents accidental opening for added peace of mind
Easy-Clean Lid opens completely for thorough cleaning and is top-rack dishwasher-safe; hand-wash-only stainless steel body
100% BPA-free; limited lifetime guarantee
Body Material:Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel Body
Warranty:Limited lifetime guarantee
Care & Maintenance
Top rack dishwasher lid, hand wash body
Rated 3 out of
Great mug, but...This mug has performed very well for the past year. It's easy to use and keeps coffee hot for s long time. However, (here it comes) I'm having the very same problem with the lid that so many other reviewers are reporting. The thumb button mechanism no longer opens the drinking holes. It seems to have worn out. I agree that it seems like a design flaw or quality problem. I'm very happy with my Contigo products overall, but they have to do better than this. Too bad, too, because I love the style and ease of use for this mug. Also, I can find no replacement lids for this model. If the lids are failing at this rate, they should at least offer lids.
Date published: 2019-12-25
Rated 3 out of
Lid is a problemI have used this mug for about 1.5 years. I use it once a day for morning chai tea. It has worked well and I overall like it, however, the flow of liquid form the mug has become restricted as the lift arm to raise the "plungers" that is activated when you press down on the handle trigger is wearing out. As a result, the plungers do not lift as high as they use to thereby restricting the flow of liquid. I got onto the site to see of Contigo sells replacement lids...but it seems that they do not. Not sure of what I am going to do...may try the Randolf. However, I am, overall, a fan of Contigo travel mugs as I own many basic mugs.
Date published: 2019-08-31
Rated 2 out of
I loved it but...I thought this was the best mug ever. But after less than a year it's pretty much useless. I'm having the same problem as so many others, pushing the button on the handle no longer opens the drinking holes enough to allow any liquid to come out. I'm rather ticked off that there are reviews on here that are at least a couple of years old & that this obvious design flaw hasn't been fixed yet!! Considering the cost of this mug & that the lid has been designed to fail after a relatively short amount of time you'd think that replacement lids would be available, but no. I guess they think we'll just keep shelling out $$ to keep buying new.
Date published: 2021-03-25
Rated 2 out of
You missed the ball on this oneLet me say first that I LOVE Contigo! I am the proud owner of at least half a dozen Contigo mugs. So I thought I'd try something new and bought this one on Amazon. Nope, don't like it. My favorite so far has been the Randolph. I've used them for years. So here's my problem. See that ridge that goes across the middle in the lower picture. It runs into my nose! The top of the picture is my older Randolph. No ridge down the middle. You missed the golden egg on this one. I won't be able to use it when I'm driving because I have to raise my head up to get the liquid, therefore taking my eyes off the road. Just sayin.......I'll look at the pictures more carefully next time.
Date published: 2020-05-13
Rated 5 out of
A must have!!!This particular handle is very comfortable to hold with a nice rubbery grip. The button to push down to release your beverage is comfortable and seems to be placed at a natural height.
I love that you can drink out of either side of the lid. So, if you grab the mug with your left hand, you can bring it right up to your mouth and take a sip. Same with grabbing it from your right side. You don't have to turn the mug around or find the hole to take a sip.
The black finish is very nice. It does not seem to attract smudges or fingerprints. The handle is attached to the lid, which makes for easy cleaning.
Date published: 2020-08-03
Rated 1 out of
JMI UK from
Great Drininkg Vessel - but serious design flawI have also experienced this same problem that many other reviewers have reported. I have used this mug for a year or so and now the button no longer operates correctly and so the levers do not release the liquid from the lid.The whole 'Autoseal' device is so very clever - and no one else produces a drinking vessel anywhere near as good. However, this design flaw leaves me disappointed after such a short time in use. It seems all I have now is an expensive thermos flask. Is there any possibility of a replacement lid at least?
I really hope you can fix the design issue, rather than drop this line altogether.
Date published: 2020-02-07
Rated 4 out of
great mugs except for the lid designThe lid does great in disallowing spills; coffee is always warm. the only design flaw is in the mechanism that is engaged by the handle to depress the two knobs to allow the drink holes to open. that mechansim weakend over time, eg within a year. Both my husband and I have this exact mug and both have failed within the last two weeks. The ammount of fluid starts to only come out in a dribble and eventually stops flowing altogether. Overall, we love Contigo but this flaw is evident on this style of mug and one other that we have had in the past. I have half a dozen great mugs with non-working lids.
Date published: 2019-11-20
Rated 4 out of
Works great but wears out too soonFirst, this is the best mug I've had. But then it wears down or starts to break too soon/easily. First it was fixing the plastic tab in the internal trigger mechanism that cracked (see my response to another post). I took the trigger mechanism apart again and it is NOT the plastic tab as I had reenforced it with plenty of two part epoxy. Now, several months later, something else is wearing down but I can't tell what and the trigger won't open the lid seals any more. I found that if I push the seal latch in about 3/16", the seals get "realigned" and they open quite well. To make this "permanent" I simply put a zip tie around the latch tab which "extended" the latch location. See pic. Would recommend with caveat. I think this is a problem with design and then quality.