I have lost my Caribou Coffee (midwest chain) travel mug like this and it was my favorite coffee mug ever. Contigo makes something that looks like what I want, but it is a farce as far as keeping coffee hot. I like the Nissan sold on Sweetmaria's, but it doesn't have the push-button mechanism for drinking the coffee.
Short of the push button, the Avantro tumbler (17oz) is an awesome travel mug. Instead, there's a slide cover for the drink hole. It's double wall stainless and has fantastic heat retention. It even comes with a screw on base (aka docking station), which helps prevent knocking it over. The real problem is finding them. They're available, but still hard to locate through google and such.
. Always remember the most important thing is what ends up in your cup!
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