Day out with the Lock and Lock Grace Tumbler!

When you have kids (well even if you don’t but more so if you do), water tumblers are a necessity. After all, they need to bring drinking water when they go to school. It’s really not practical to keep buying water day after day. Most schools have water fountains but what if your child is having lunch? It’s not always convenient to get up and go to the water fountain to get a drink. That said I’m glad we have the Lock and Lock Grace Tumbler.

Lock and Lock Grace TumblerThe Lock and Lock Grace Tumbler can hold 330ml of liquid.

Lock and Lock Grace TumblerIt comes in a variety of colors — we got white and black.

Lock and Lock Grace TumblerThe Lock and Lock Grace Tumbler is vacuum insulated so it can keep drinks cold or hot for at least 6 hours. You can lock it by flicking the switch on the cap down. One push of the button opens the tumbler.

Lock and Lock Grace TumblerFilling up the Lock and Lock Grace Tumbler is easy too — the opening is wide so you don’t have to struggle to make liquids go into a small hole lol!

Lock and Lock Grace TumblerIt comes with a removable wrist strap too. Personally I prefer using the tumbler with the wrist strap so I don’t have to worry about dropping it and my hand is free to do other things. It’s very sleek and lightweight, my daughter couldn’t believe how light it was even after filling it to the brim with water.

Lock and Lock Grace TumblerLast Saturday, my daughter and I headed out to the Robinsons Magnolia open park for the Robinsons Route to Wellness “Learn” event, our Lock and Lock Grace Tumblers in tow.

Lock and Lock Grace TumblerThere were educational health-themed game and sampling booths all over. You get to eat, drink, and win prizes!

Lock and Lock Grace TumblerWe tried almost every booth. Surprises from Nestle, Mead Johnson, Johnson & Johnsons, and lots of other brands awaited participants.

Lock and Lock Grace TumblerAlthough this is probably the hottest summer I’ve experienced here in Metro Manila, we were lucky it wasn’t so sunny at 4:30pm. Plus the wind was blowing, so it was pretty nice and relaxing. We did however take a lot of water breaks. We brought cold water because we were expecting it to be hot. I’ll tell you more about the Robinsons Route to Wellness “Learn” promo in my next post.

Lock and Lock Grace TumblerThanks Lock and Lock Philippines for our Lock and Lock Grace Tumblers!

The Lock and Lock Grace Tumbler is available for P1,079.75. I think it’s reasonable considering it’s a vacuum-insulated flask that locks. Lock and Lock tumblers and their complete line of products are available at the following Lock and Lock flagship stores:

  • Eastwood Mall
  • Fisher Mall
  • Megastate Bldg. (along Araneta Ave.)
  • Shangri-la East Wing
  • Alabang Town Center
  • Glorietta 4
  • BF Paranaque

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  • Reply Sarah Tirona May 11, 2016 at 10:45 am

    uy! right in time for back to school shopping and half the price of tiger!

    • Reply animetric May 11, 2016 at 11:30 am

      Yes lots cheaper than Tiger nga hehe.

  • Reply Kim @ Mom On Duty May 11, 2016 at 1:26 pm

    Oh my, I need this!!! Adding this to my list for school items.

  • Reply Mom-Friday May 11, 2016 at 6:22 pm

    I want your all black Grace tumbler!

  • Reply Ma.Me.Mi.Mommy May 11, 2016 at 11:06 pm

    Those tumblers that can really lock are truly a gem! It’s such a horror story if it suddenly opens and gets the contents of your bag all wet. I’ll check this model next time. 🙂

  • Reply Nini Perez May 12, 2016 at 12:39 am

    Everyone needs a tumbler! Whatever the age. Haha! Im a wahm and I need one. I love lock and lock. They’ve been safekeeping my husband’s lunch parcel for years. This one will pair well with his lunchbox.

  • Reply Dez May 12, 2016 at 11:20 am

    Hi Rowena, is it a metal or plastic tumbler? And the vacuum flask inside? 😀 These are party of my buying considerations, LOL.

    • Reply animetric May 13, 2016 at 12:13 am

      Plastic outside, metal inside. 🙂

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