The American Rolls Royce under the thermos bottles: The new stainless steel insulating bottles Glacier Stainless from GSI Outdoors. (Photo: GSI)

The American Rolls Royce under the thermos bottles: The new stainless steel insulating bottles Glacier Stainless from GSI Outdoors. (Photo: GSI)

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The US specialist for outdoor crockery – GSI Outdoors – introduces new vacuum bottles for camping and caravanning.

An insulating bottle should above all be one master: isolate – and this indeed good and reliable! This is precisely the strength of the Glacier Stainless Vacuum Vacuum Bottle from GSI Outdoors. Whether on an expedition or in daily use, this double-walled stainless steel vacuum bottle is extremely robust and can keep up to 30 hours warm or cool.

This is complemented by practical details such as the double-walled cup / lid. The bottle is available in five colors and two sizes (0.5 and one liter). The GSI Outdoors Stainless Vacuum Bottle saves heat and cold up to 18 hours (0.5 liter version) or 30 hours (one liter model).

This is made possible by the double-walled vacuum construction made of stainless, food-grade 18/8 stainless steel. In view of the robustness and long service life of GSI, GSI deliberately refrains from weight-cutting. The Glacier Stainless is certainly not a racing car, but rather a reliable diesel truck.

Whether on an expedition at minus 40 degrees in the Antarctic, as a companion to the picnic and camping in the summer or as a “break drink container” for everyday life – whether summer or winter. For the small thirst there is the insulating bottle with a half liter capacity, who drinks a lot, best reaches the one liter version.

The five color insulating bottles are now available for 34.95 (0.5 liters) and 42.95 euros (1.0 liters).

Info: Go to GSI website

Claus-Detlev Bues

Claus-Detlev Bues

Claus-Detlev Bues has been working as a senior editor for caravaning for decades. In addition to several print titles, he is also responsible for online reporting as a D.C.I chief editor and also oversees the areas of test and technology. Several books about caravaning come from his pen. In his spare time, he likes to work on oldtimers and is an active self-employed and developer of motorhomes with whom he is traveling all over Europe.
Claus-Detlev Bues