Slide-Open Tumbler Lid


Put the cherry on top of your S’well Tumbler. The Slide-Open Tumbler Lid is splash-proof when closed and ready for any adventure. This tumbler accessory is BPA/BPS-free and designed to keep the heat or cold inside. Slide-open for effortless sipping, slide-closed while traveling.

  • Easy pop-on design.
  • Easily remove the gasket and pop-off slider for cleaning.
  • BPA/BPS-free and reusable.
  • Top-rack, dishwasher safe.
Fits 10oz and 18oz tumblers = approx. 3.46"D x 3.35"W x 0.59"H, 0.07lbs
Top-rack dishwasher safe. S'well recommends separating the slider and gasket from the lid when cleaning to extend the life of the product. Tumblers are splash-proof when the lid is closed; they are not designed to be leak-proof. Please keep tumblers in an upright position when contents are within.

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Frequently Asked Questions
How does my S’well work?
S'well bottles, Travelers, and Roamers will keep your beverage cold for up to 24 hours or hot for up to 12. Thanks to our triple-walled ThermaS'well™ insulation technology, which includes a copper layer, S'well products are able to keep any liquid hot or cold for long stretches of time. See more.
Will my S’well product sweat?
No way! Thanks to S’well’s triple-walled insulation, which includes a copper layer, the outside of your S’well will stay completely condensation-free. See more.
Can I fly with my S'well?
Prepare for take off! Your S’well is airport security friendly, as long as you remember to empty out what’s inside first. See more.
Does S'well sell different caps & lids?
Designed to accommodate your active and on-the-go lifestyle, S’well has released a variety of accessories sold separately. See more.
What is the warranty on S’well products?
S’well offers a one-year limited warranty on all bottles purchased from and authorized retailers with proof of purchase. This warranty covers any manufacturer defects, such as thermal performance issues, base becoming detached from the bottle and non-polished surfaces. See more.
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