Tumblers. They’re everywhere nowadays. Everywhere you turn you see a new one advertised. They all claim to do the same thing. But do they really? Can the less expensive tumbler really do the same thing as a $45 tumbler? Why yes, yes it can! Let me introduce to you the Tipsy Chef (Retail$19.95)!
The first difference with this tumbler is that it is black. It’s not silver like your average stainless steel mug. Don’t be fooled. It is still stainless steel, but only painted black for appearances 🙂 I adore the chef’s hat on the front, along with the logo, as it gives it character, rather than it being just a plain tumbler. Who likes plain? I need some flair!
Now, this tumbler is pretty awesome. It does come with a lid, but if you are like me you will either lose it or break it. Well, no worries because you can use a generic replacement lid with this! It will fit perfectly (Note the hot pink lid in the picture below. Generic lid!). Another thing to note is that you can use any generic handle with this tumbler (note the generic handle in the picture below.) and it will fit like a dream. Seriously, this tumbler does not require you to purchase any high prices accessories at all.
This is low cost and low maintenance. What more could you ask for? What’s that? Charity you say? Why yes, now that you ask, every purchase of this tumbler sends a donation to a soup kitchen! That is amazing! How could you go wrong with this? You get an awesome tumbler that keeps your drink ice cold for hours, and soup kitchens get food to feed the hungry. I think that is the best win-win situation ever! So go and buy yourself a Tipsy Chef today and help feed the hungry! #EndHunger #BridgeTheGap
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