I Tripled My Daily Water Intake by Switching to Stanley’s TikTok-Famous Tumbler

The stylish Quencher H2.0 FlowState Tumbler helps me drink 120 ounces a day

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Stanley FlowState Tumbler

Verywell Fit / Kevin Liang

For years, “drink more water” was always at the top of my New Year’s resolutions list. I knew I wasn’t drinking enough, but I had no idea it was affecting my health—until my doctor recommended I triple my daily water intake. 

Where to start? I tried stocking up on seltzer and adding lemon and lime slices to my water, but I was still miles away from my new goal of 120 ounces a day. 

Then, Stanley’s Quencher H2.0 FlowState Tumbler popped up on my TikTok page. The large, pastel cup has taken over the app, and for good reason. While I was skeptical, the FlowState Tumbler has helped me meet my daily hydration goal without thinking (most of the time). 

Stanley Quencher H2.0 FlowState Tumbler 40 oz

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The FlowState Tumbler’s design packs plenty of useful features into one cup. I’ll always reach for the FlowState over my collection of reusable water bottles because it has the following standout features:

  • A handle that’s large and easy to hold, thanks to a rubber grip
  • A base that fits into most cup holders, even the one on my treadmill
  • A screw-on lid that never leaks or gets stuck
  • A rotating cover so I can use the cup with a straw, without, or close it completely
  • A wide straw that still looks brand new (no staining, dents, or marks)
  • An insulated interior that keeps my water cold overnight
  • A powder coated exterior that never sweats or takes on the temperature of my drink
Stanley Quencher H2.0 FlowState Tumbler

Verywell Fit / Sarah Felbin

I also love the cup’s size. At 40 ounces (or 1.18 liters), it’s larger than any of my other water bottles, so I only need to refill it three times a day to meet my hydration goal. I’ve even built my schedule around it, so I’ll stay on track throughout the day: I have to finish the first cup by lunch, the second by dinner, and the third by bedtime. No complicated water tracker required. And if you’re a drinker who always has to have ice, the tumbler’s extra-wide mouth makes filling up easy. 

The color is another plus. I have the tumbler in Eucalyptus, a beautiful pale green with a two-tone Stanley logo on the front. It’s also available in six other colors, ranging from neutral ivory to pink and dark gray. There’s an option for every user, and a color that will please every gift recipient—as my mom can attest. 

An added bonus: The FlowState is dishwasher-safe. Washing out my old water bottles was a pain, and I hated the soapy aftertaste that let me know I rushed the process. Now, I can pop my cup and lid in the top rack, and I’m good to go. 

Stanley Quencher H2.0 FlowState Tumbler

Verywell Fit / Sarah Felbin

At $40, the tumbler is definitely more expensive than your average reusable water bottle. (Before the FlowState, Simple Modern’s Water Bottle was my go-to, and it’s less than half the price.) But for how stylish and durable this cup is, even after months of heavy use, I think the FlowState is well worth it. 

It can keep drinks hot for up to 7 hours and cold for up to two days when you add ice. It’s BPA-free and made from recycled stainless steel. Basically, it takes “emotional support water bottle” to a new level—and I’m never going back. (My doctor approves, too!)

Grab your own from Stanley or Dick’s Sporting Goods.