Item # KLN001B
Klean Kanteen Cafe Cap 2.0 $9.95
Convert your bottle into a splashproof to-go mug with the Klean Kanteen Cafe Cap 2.0. Made from BPA-free polypropylene, this cap pops apart so it's super easy to clean by hand or in the dishwasher. And it's safe for use with hot or acidic beverages, meaning you can drink all the dark roast brew you want out of this bad boy.
- Converts your Klean Kanteen into a coffee mug
- Safe for hot or acidic beverages
- Leakproof performance
- Few moving parts makes this cap durable and easy to clean
- Top-rack dishwasher safe
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Reviews & Community
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
My lid leaks when tilted to the side. To its credit, it holds back fluid if completely inverted. Just not to the side. Not bag safe.
NO LEAKS OR SPLASHES!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I love love love this lid! BUY THIS IT"S SO WORTH IT!
I gotta be honest, I'm a hydroflask loyal... but I hate their coffee lids..the reason why being that they have a latch that you have to flip to open which causes splashing (I really don't need anymore coffee stains on my clothes)
This lid is a twist top so it eliminates that splashing from happening. I also noticed this lid absolutely DOES NOT LEAK! travel coffee mugs have been around long enough... finally someone fixed the leak issue. Thank you Klean Kanteen!
There is a noticeable difference between the 2.0 lid and the regular cafe top. The 2.0 take a bit more "work" to open (where you sip out of) because the seal is so nice and secure.
Get this lid to avoid coffee spills and splashes! You're going to thank yourself later, trust me!
Leak Proof Redesign
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
This lid is completely redesigned from the version 1 lid. The version 1 lid would contain a momentary slosh but would leak if the Klean Kanteen was tilted so that the beverage rested on it. With the new lid I can shake the bottle or even hold it inverted without leakage. I haven't used it enough yet to trust it inside of my pack but it is definitely good enough to store in my pack's side pockets even when my pack is lying on the ground and the bottle is horizontal. Questions that I have yet to answer is whether repeat exposures of boiling water will cause the silicone seal to deform overtime and whether the plastic knurled nut on the underside of the lid will strip out eventually. I don't have enough experience with the cap to give it five starts yet but every indication so far is that it is a sturdy, leak-proof lid like the version 1 should have been.