Aldi is Selling a Stanley Tumbler Dupe for $10

Last Updated on August 31, 2023

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EDITOR’S NOTE: We were able to score one of these tumblers when they eventually arrived in our local stores. You can read our full review — including how long ice lasted in our tumbler, and how a hot drink essentially broke our tumbler — at this link

Aldi is all about jumping on board with trends and selling their own lower-cost versions of whatever is popular on the internet and among the broader shopping world. Whether it’s inexpensive imitations of Always Pans, Caraway Pans, or even Pottery Barn reindeer or baskets, Aldi knows how to capitalize on what’s hot.

Most recently, Aldi is making waves advertising a cheaper version of a Stanley tumbler. If you’re on social media — particularly on TikTok — you might be familiar with Stanley tumblers.

The Stanley company has been around for more than 100 years, founded by engineer William Stanley Jr. They’re known for their vacuum-insulated stainless steel water bottles, along with mugs, lunch boxes, cook sets, flasks, growlers, coolers, and more. Their products have a reputation for durability and come with a lifetime warranty, and the company notes that pilots used their thermoses in World War II.

While Stanley products used to be primarily marketed to men of the outdoorsy type, more recently the company has started marketing to millennial women, expanding its product color range to include pastels. Today, Stanley has a large following of influencers on social media, especially on TikTok. Newly released colors often sell out quickly.

The product Aldi is selling is an Adventuridge 40-oz. Thirst Crusher Tumbler, which looks to be a knockoff of the Stanley Quencher H2.0 Flowstate Tumbler. That particular Stanley tumbler has a distinct handle on the side, along with a straw. The bottom part of the cup is also narrower to fit in a vehicle cup holder. The name-brand Stanley tumbler claims to keep liquids hot for seven hours, cold for 11 hours, or iced for two days.

Here’s more information about the Aldi imitation.

What We Know:

Adventuridge 40-Ounce Thirst Crusher Tumbler

The tumbler in blue.

The Adventuridge 40-oz. Thirst Crusher Tumbler (Product Code: 709516) is an Aldi Find, so it’s only in stores for a short time. Each store gets one shipment, and after that sells out, it’s gone unless Aldi decides to bring it back at some point. Aldi does not offer online ordering for products that are not currently in stock at your local store.

The Aldi tumbler cost $9.99 in August of 2023.

The corresponding Stanley Quencher H2.0 Flowstate Tumbler tumbler sells for $45 on Stanley’s website. Target also sells the Stanley 40-ounce Flowstate Quencher tumblers for $45, and you’ll find the 40-ounce Stanley tumblers for $45 and higher on Amazon.

Aldi is selling its tumbler in several different colors: Flint Gray, Charcoal, Cream, or Blue.

The tumbler is sold under the Adventuridge brand, which is not a separate company. Rather, it’s the name Aldi puts on its outdoor and camping products. Other products we’ve seen under the Adventuridge private label include hydration backpacks, hammock chairs, and pop up LED lanterns.

What We Don’t Know:

We haven’t yet tried this tumbler, so we don’t know how well it works or how it compares to a Stanley tumbler. Specifically, we don’t know what the specs are for the Aldi tumbler, including how long it keeps things hot or cold. We write open threads so readers can discuss Aldi products.

Do you have the Adventuridge 40-oz. Thirst Crusher Tumbler? Leave us a comment below letting us know what you think of it. 

About Rachael

Rachael is the Co-founder of Aldi Reviewer. When she isn't busy shopping at Aldi, she enjoys cooking, gardening, writing gothic romance, and collecting more houseplants than she probably should. You can learn more about her at


  1. Someone with a Stanley tumbler needs to do a side by side comparison and update us.

  2. I’m assuming that this tumbler is also stainless steel like the ones from Stanley. Is that correct?

    • Aldi has not yet published information about what their tumbler is made of. We won’t know until it actually shows up in our local stores in a few days.

  3. I just bought one at Aldi’s a couple of weeks ago. It’s summer so have just tried cold drinks. They stay cold in a hot car for several hours.

    • Are you sure it’s this specific tumbler? This one was not scheduled to arrive in Aldi stores until August 27th or August 30th, depending on whether your store’s weekly ad goes into effect on Sundays or Wednesdays.

  4. It is stainless steel! Just bought it today. I am trying to be positive that it’s dishwasher safe before putting it in the dishwasher though. If anyone else has figured that one out, let me know! Don’t want to ruin this cool travel cup!

  5. I bought one but it does not say if it is stainless steel. Eager to follow…

  6. PSA: Do NOT put hot water in this tumbler unless you want to break it. While the label says it’s good for hot and cold drinks, when we tested it with hot water for making tea, it warped the plastic lid. You can read our full review here:

  7. I have had my tumbler for several days and I find it comparable to my Yeti in keeping iced drinks cold, not as good with cold water. It is well worth the money.

  8. Does anyone know if other 40 oz tumbler lids will fit this one??

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