Rated 1 out of 5 by Becks Buy a Tervis Tumbler instead
My wonderful boyfriend got me this adorable mug and I was so excited to have it. I used it once, and took it home to wash it. The washer popped off and was almost impossible to get back in. The washer, the small plastic ring that prevents spillage, is essential to this mug functioning well and not spilling it everywhere. Since then I have lost the washer, which now renders this mug basically useless. I guess it can be a cute cup now?
Overall, it's a poorly made product. It doesn't go in the dishwasher or microwave, cannot hold carbonated liquids (per usage instructions) and the washer comes off almost immediately. Buy a monogrammed Tervis instead!
October 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by ChrissytT19 Makes mornings so fun! Great insulation for hot drinks!
I love this mug! It always puts a smile on my face to sip my morning coffee and see a Lilly print! The mug is very durable and really does keep drinks hot. The lid stays on securely so I never worry about spills, just make sure to close it tightly and you won't have any problems. I always get compliments carrying it into the office!
April 7, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Zickchen love the look, but...
i am a bit disappointed in this mug. i was so excited to use it, but now it smells bad even though it has been perfectly cleaned. i used in the morning and cleaned it as soon as i got home, but i guess not cleaning it right away is what caused the horrid smell. now the lid smells awful. almost moldy (?). i could only use it with a straw anymore, otherwise the smell made me gag. yet the rest of the cup was perfectly fine and did not smell at all. loved the fact that it did not leak.
advise to everyone is to clean it asap after using it.
March 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by KristaMarie This product works great and I highly recommend it.
I am absolutely in love with my Lilly Pulitzer thermal mug. It makes waking up in the morning easier knowing I will be able to show off my love for Lilly. Can't believe I didn't buy it sooner!
April 1, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Sara73 Cleaning is a problem!
This mug is so cute! It brightens up my mornings with the adorable print.
The problem I have is that it is almost impossible to clean thoroughly. It is not dishwasher safe, so hand washing is the only option. That isn't the problem though... The smell of the coffee/whatever residue is practically permanent. I can't sniff my mug without cringing it's that strong!
I'm sure there is a way to deep clean the mug but I know it would be quite difficult. I would recommend this product just because of how cute it is, but if you're not ready to deep wash it after every use then you might want to find a different one.
October 17, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by B1872 Not in love
So I am absolutely in love with all things Lilly, and I have this weird obsession with cups. Of course, when I see a totally cute Lilly mug I have to get it. Well the thing gets here and the first thing that happens is the little plastic circle in the lid pops off. No biggie, I pop it back in and carry on. Well without that tight seal on the lid, my coffee likes to spill out every time I take a sip. I can get that plastic circle on there to where my drink won't spill, but it takes some serious effort on my part. I love Lilly, but this cup has issues.
October 10, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by LillyLamb912 Adorable but break easily
I have two of these thermal mugs. After a month of owning them, the inner layer of one popped out while hand washing. Unfortunately the pattern paper inside was ruined. Also, the inner part does not reattach to the outer layer so it is now essentially useless unless I want a smaller, clear cup with a random lid. The other one is still okay, but now I am reluctant to use it.
March 17, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by chuyannnheartslilly Super cute but...
Super cute, got this print to match my laptop case. Only thing is it says you shouldn't put anything over 176 degrees Fahrenheit in it, how exactly am I supposed to know my fresh morning cup of tea I make is above or below 176 degrees?? Water boils at 212 degrees Fahrenheit. How will I know when it's cooled down enough? I don't have all day to wait for it to cool, and most certainly don't have a thermometer laying around to measure what the temperature of hot liquids are.
October 3, 2013