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The 4 best insulated tumblers that won’t spill while you’re running to class

The 4 best insulated tumblers that won’t spill while you’re running to class

These days, everyone should be carrying around a reusable water bottle or tumbler. Not only is it better for the environment (bye single-use plastic!), but it’s incredibly convenient to be able to tote around more than 12 ounces of your favorite drink. There’s a reason why a tumbler literally went viral this year — it’s a must-have! Plus, with so many out there that folks dub the best insulated tumblers, there’s truly a perfect design for everyone.

Quick overview
  • Best Tumbler with Straw: Brümate Era 40oz

  • Best Tumbler with Handle: Stanley The Quencher H2.0 Flowstate Tumbler 30oz

  • Best Travel Tumbler: YETI Rambler 30oz Travel Mug

  • Best Tumbler with Dual Lid: Owala FreeSip Insulated Stainless Steel Water Bottle 32 oz

If you’re ready to upgrade from your old bottle, getting something leak-resistant is key. That way you can confidently toss your tumbler into your backpack or bag and know you don’t have to worry about spills. Bring it to class, to the gym and to your internship — after a while, you’ll be wondering what took you so long to finally buy one.

Luckily, there are tons of high-quality, leak-resistant tumblers out there from brands you know and love like Stanley and YETI. But it may surprise you to find that some of the best insulated tumblers with straws are leakproof, too.

From options with lids and straws to more traditional styles, keep scrolling to get the ice-cold tea on the four best insulated tumblers out there — each for less than $45.

Why we love it: It weighs 1.56 lbs and keeps ice cold for 24+ hours.

Brümate's Era tumbler has a stainless steel straw and is completely leakproof — simply turn the lid, and you'll effectively "close" the straw. This tumbler is triple-insulated, so you don't have to deal with any condensation on the outside of it. FYI: This tumbler is great for containing cold and carbonated beverages, but you will want to avoid using the locked position with hot drinks.

$45 at Brümate

Why we love it: It comes in four sizes, and it keeps water cold for 9 hours, iced for 40 hours and hot for 5 hours.

Stanley is one of the undisputed kings when it comes to tumblers, and The Quencher is a fan favorite. This recycled stainless steel tumbler features a comfortable handle and the brand's popular Flowstate Lid that rotates into three positions. This lid can be used with the straw, as a full-cover top or with a drink opening.

$35 at Stanley

Why we love it: It weighs 1.5 lbs and is double-wall vacuum insulated.

If you prefer a more traditional tumbler sans straw, you'll love YETI's Rambler Travel Mug. This insulated stainless steel tumbler was quite literally made for bumpy roads and is leak-resistant, so you can take it wherever you go. The brand's Stronghold lid can be rotated to suit both right and left-handed users, but it's important to note that it's not recommended for carbonated beverages.

$42 at YETI

Why we love it: It features a 2-in-1 lid and the leak-proof lid opens with the push of a button.

The Owala FreeSip lets you choose if you want to sip or swig, thanks to its special spout with built-in straw. The snap-shut lid keeps the liquid inside, your straw clean and opens with the push of a button. This insulated stainless steel bottle is a No. 1 best seller on Amazon and also has a convenient carry loop you can hold or attach to your bag. However, you'll only want to use this bottle with cold drinks.

$33 at Amazon

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