• Café Cap 2.0

Café Cap 2.0

$ 9.95

*Compatible with all Wide bottles.
Café Cap 2.0 is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 326.

Our leakproof Café Cap 2.0 won't leak or spill—and turns any Insulated Wide product into an instant to-go mug. Throw it in your bag or stash it on your bike, now it’s even easier to Bring Your Own hot or cold drinks anywhere you go. Made from BPA-free polypropylene (pp#5) and food-grade silicone, this cap is safe for use with acidic or hot beverages. Compatible with Wide Klean Kanteens only.

  • Low profile cap creates a leak-proof to-go mug with one twist
  • Large silicone valve ensures flow when you need it and robust seal when you don't
  • Few moving parts make this cap both durable and easy to keep clean
  • Intuitive threaded system makes disassembly easy
  • Top-rack dishwasher safe
  • Do not overtighten bottom nut which will cause low flow
  • Compatible with Wide Klean Kanteens only
Leak Proof Easy Clean BPA Free
Weight 2.1 ounces (60.5 g)
Size 2.1" H x 2.6" W (52.4 mm H x 66 mm W)
Leakproof Yes

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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Wanted to love it. I was so excited to finally get this cap. After waiting for over a year for it to be released, I am disappointed. I sometimes get a dribble down the side of the when I first put the lid on. Maybe the heat of the coffee initially requires a little extra lid snugging. End of the day when I try to get the lid off to clean everything, it is SO tight I can hardly remove it. Also, the beverage doesn't flow very freely at times and I can't figure out what causes this. Sometimes it's when full and other times when almost empty. I do love that it IS leakproof but have switched back to my old caps. Glad I kept them. Hopefully v.3 will be awesome!
Date published: 2016-11-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Leaky And Drink Flow issues And Falls Apart. When taken apart and put back together sometimes this lid works, no leak when closed, can drink out of it when open. But 100% of the time the flow will stop after a few times sipping. So you have to take the lid off and loosen the screw and wiggle the seal disk to get flow back. Now the seal is loose and the lid will leak if turned even if closed. So you deal with it because being able to drink is more important than not spilling. But now the screw is loose and will fall off and so will the seal, clanking around in your cup until you burn your hands getting it put to put it back on or finish the drink.
Date published: 2018-02-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from FIXED: No more flow problems! TLDR: If your Cafe Cap has flow issues, drill 3 small holes in the plastic disc. See photo. Warning: Doing this make increase leak risk. (I haven't seen this happen.) Problem: The Cafe Cap is great for drinking, except that beverages trickle out, and sometimes stop altogether -- even when the bottle is upside down. This is annoying, because the main point of the lid is to make drinking easier. Solution: Grab a handy drill and a small bit. Remove the hard plastic disc (not the rubber one). Drill three holes, about 120 degrees apart, just outside the notches. Brush away extra plastic. Re-assemble cap. Beverages now flow reliably. :-)
Date published: 2019-09-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Seals without leaking, but when pouring, liquid barely trickles out and splashes I use my Klean Kanteen to bring coffee to work. The idea of the Cafe Cap 2.0 was perfect because I could drink from the Kanteen or pour it into a coffee mug at the office. It does seal really well and I don't worry about leaking during my commute, but in trying to pour the coffee from the KK into a mug, it barely dribbles out. And, what does some out kind of "glugs" which makes for coffee splashes outside the mug that wouldn't happen with a steady stream from the original Cafe Cap. For the price, I assumed it would work really well. I've only had the cap for 2 months and it has done this from the start. Maybe I have a defective one?
Date published: 2016-09-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from KK, you are better than this. I want to start by saying I love Klean Kanteen and my kids and I have a total of about 14 Kanteens. I use them every day for everything, including my coffee. I just can't, no matter how hard I try, get on board with the coffee lid (Cafe Cap 2). Why? It's not necessary for all this trouble to make a lid leak proof. It's a pain to take a part, clean, put back together and not to mention it still leaks sometimes. KK, please look at your main competition for some ideas. They have the coffee lid figured out. Please, just make a new coffee lid.
Date published: 2018-11-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Café Cap 2.0 ABSOLUTELY LEAKS Completely disappointed. I'd been a KK/Klean Kanteen supporter for years, then tried some competing brands over the past six to eight months. I recently decided to try/switch back to KK based on the great reviews regarding the new "leakproof" Café Cap 2.0. I just filled my new Insulated Wide 12oz coffee mug for the first time, applied the Café Cap 2.0, and, without question, the cap MOST DEFINITELY LEAKS. After spending $27.95 + having coffee spill onto my clothing, I'm a little disappointed to say the least. Can't say I'll remain loyal to this brand. Unfortunate.
Date published: 2018-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great idea - overdue! There are a half dozen coffee kanteens in our household, one for each of us. Everyone loves the amazing ability to keep coffee or tea hot all day, the good looks, and the exceptional durability, but that annoying flaw of the potential leak was universally anxiety provoking. I'd go so far as to wrap mine in paper towels and seal it in a ziplock bag... When news of the new cap was released, I immediately ordered one for each cup. All good now. They work every bit as well as promised. A little tricky to disassemble for cleaning but I just try to flush it good at the end of the day. I do feel a bit bad about the retired caps; not much future for them...
Date published: 2016-09-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Another Cafe Cap FAIL for Klean Kanteen The Cafe Cap 2.0 is way over engineered. There are too many moving parts. It is difficult to disassemble to clean. You can not fill the canteen to high or the cap will not vent to let liquid out. Most of the time liquid flow is restricted due to venting issues. It is difficult to open and close and mostly can not be done with one hand. It does do one thing right and that is seal but it is very hard to drink from and get a consistent flow. There are so many locking caps on the market why is it so hard to make one for the klean kanteen?
Date published: 2018-01-11
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