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The Stanley tumbler is the latest trendy water bottle taking over TikTok - here are the 6 brands it's beating out, from Hydro Flask to Camelbak

10 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Stanley's 40-ounce tumblers retail for $40 to $50, according to the company website. Social media users are praising the cups for their design and ability to keep drinks chilled. Courtesy of Stanley
Stanley tumblers had a surge of popularity in 2022 with many calling it the new "it" portable drinkware.
Stanley is beating out drinkware from other brands that previously dominated the market.
Here are the beloved water bottle brands that are now falling by the wayside.
As more consumers move away from single-use plastics and toward a more environmentally friendly lifestyle, the reusable water...
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