The Best Stanley Tumbler Dupes You Can Buy Online

Can't get your hands on a Stanley cup? These are the next best (and more affordable) thing!

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May 17, 2024
By: Caylin Harris and Julia Morlino

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If it feels like staying hydrated is just one more item on an impossible to-do list, the problem might be your water bottle. Finding a tumbler that feels easy enough to bring along on all your adventures used to be a challenge, until the Stanley Quencher changed the game. It holds an impressive amount of water, fits in your standard cup holder, comes in cool colors and is made of high-quality materials.

In fact, the Stanley might be the difference in getting all your ounces in per day or not. The only problem? It sells out. A lot. If you’re feeling desperate to get your H20 fix from this trending cup, these other tumblers look similar and have some of the same features. Choose from this handy list to find a Stanley-esque bottle that will keep you just as healthy and hydrated.

Hydro Flask

If you love a giant water cup but have teeth that are sensitive to straws, try Hydro Flask's All Around Travel Tumbler. It comes with a bendy silicone straw that's ideal for anyone who is looking for something a little more gentle on their smile. Plus the tumbler is incredibly lightweight considering its impressive capacity. This line comes in 32- and 40-ounce sizes and various fun colors, including Hydro Flask's newest colorway Sugar Crush.


Another pick with a silicone straw for gentle sipping, this OXO extra-large tumbler is a great hydration companion all around. Its ergonomic handle is comfortable to hold, the slim base is cup holder friendly and it's dishwasher safe. The best part of all is the see-through lid — in contrast to the Stanley's frosted lid — which makes it easier to know when you're close to needing a refill (which shouldn't be too often thanks to OXO's 40-ounce capacity).


Who knew staying hydrated could look so... pretty? The pastel exterior is not only incredibly sleek but also condensation-free, so you never have to worry about the cup sweating onto your hands or tabletops. And for those who can't fathom room-temperature water, this cup keeps beverages ice cold for up to 50 hours thanks to its triple-layered, vacuum-insulation. Similarly to the Stanley, the lid is merely spill-proof (not leakproof), but it's still easy to hold and tote around like an accessory!


Refill less frequently with this bottle that holds just as much water as the Stanley. The adjustable 2-in-1 lid is made to suit your preferences, allowing you to sip from the reusable straw or swig from the sliding spout once the straw is removed. The double-wall insulation keeps your drinks hot or cold, while a splash-resistant lid won’t allow liquid to slosh onto your clothes.


Don’t worry about its oversized shape — similar to the Stanley tumbler, the base of this water bottle fits into a standard cup holder. It comes with double-walled insulation and is leak-resistant, meaning your hot beverage stays hot and your cold ones stay cold. Compared to the Stanley tumbler, reviewers love how well-insulated the straws are. The straw opening isn't completely spill-proof, but it definitely helps with insulation. Plus, they're available in plenty of colors, so you'll have your pick in both subtle neutrals and patterns.


Although 10 ounces smaller than the Stanley Quencher, this Corkcicle tumbler certainly feels just as mighty. Boasting similar qualities to the Stanley like a stainless steel body, triple insulation and user-friendly handle, what sets Corkcicle apart is its convenient non-slip silicone bottom that keeps the cup from tipping over. The metal straw also has a silicone straw tab, giving you more flexibility in drinking angles (which makes all the difference in a stubborn metal straw).


This Stanley lookalike has the same 40-ounce capacity but with a special add-on— an additional insulated flip lid that can be swapped out to drink from if you're not a fan of straws. You can find the extra-large tumbler in over 20 colors on Amazon including this extravagant ombre or mild shade of black.

Mark & Graham

This 40-ounce tumbler from Mark & Graham is a dead ringer for a Stanley. Like nearly all products from the brand, it can be monogrammed with your initials or Greek letters if you're in (or an alum of) Greek life. Like the Stanley, it can fit in a cupholder and comes with a plastic drinking straw. Find this cup in six colors: lavendar, navy, light blue, light pink, hot pink and white.

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