Ceramic Pint Mug (Black) - reduced from £9.99 to £3.99 delivered @ Play.com + Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Ceramic Pint Mug (Black) - reduced from £9.99 to £3.99 delivered @ Play.com + Quidco

£3.99 @ Play.Com
A ceramic version of the classic dimple beer glass. A great gift for those who like their tea in pints! Available in black or white, pint or half pint sizes. Read More
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A ceramic version of the classic dimple beer glass. A great gift for those who like their tea in pints! Available in black or white, pint or half pint sizes.
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#1
Awesome!
#2
Looks like you even get 3 Chocolate Hob Nobs with it .......... :-D

http://images.play.com/covers/6123359x.jpg
#3
I use one of these every day and it's a great size but the large surface area does mean the contents cool quickly.

Got mine in the Sainsbury's post-Christmas sale for 59p.

Megamart.
banned#4
CHEERS, ordered 2 :thumbsup:
banned#5
I love it http://www.picturehoster.org/storage/5.jpg
#6
Worth it just to get the hob nobs alone.......just pray its not a hot day.........:thumbsup:
#7
Megamart
I use one of these every day and it's a great size but the large surface area does mean the contents cool quickly.

Got mine in the Sainsbury's post-Christmas sale for 59p.

Megamart.



The greater the volume of an object the lower the volume/(surface area) ratio - as long as the increase does not greatly lessen some dimensions.

As an example a cube with a side of 1 unit has a 0.167 volume/area ratio - however a cube with a side of two has a 0.333 ratio - and a cube of 6 = 1 ratio.

I would guess you are not filling it fully - or not preheating it.

HOWEVER....

The deal is HOT - and if they have an 8GB microSD at an OK price then i can kill two birds with the one stone.

Its worth remembering - one of the most important things in life is access to good cupsize!!!
#8
White is eight quid.
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ibiza
The greater the volume of an object the lower the volume/(surface area) ratio - as long as the increase does not greatly lessen some dimensions.

As an example a cube with a side of 1 unit has a 0.167 volume/area ratio - however a cube with a side of two has a 0.333 ratio - and a cube of 6 = 1 ratio.

I would guess you are not filling it fully - or not preheating it.

HOWEVER....

The deal is HOT - and if they have an 8GB microSD at an OK price then i can kill two birds with the one stone.

Its worth remembering - one of the most important things in life is access to good cupsize!!!


http://i40.tinypic.com/335cjyg.jpg
#10
these are big mugs! good price
#11
Come on guys - more support for the larger cupsize!!!!!
#12
Finally - a mug for a real man! Was looking at the desperate dan mug @ Red5 but looks like this is the same size and about 1/3rd the price.

Hot! Can't stand the tiny little delicate cups we have in this house - three sips of bovril or tea is such a tease.
#13
It's a big mug ... with a handle ... for £3.99 ... so not a bargain ... in my book.:p

Anyway I like to see just what I am drinking when it comes to alcohol so I can ease my body back into "almost living mode" to make it to the fridge for a refill.:thumbsup:
#14
crofter
It's a big mug ... with a handle ... for £3.99 ... so not a bargain ... in my book.:p


+1
#15
woohoomoo
Finally - a mug for a real man! Was looking at the desperate dan mug @ Red5 but looks like this is the same size and about 1/3rd the price.

Hot! Can't stand the tiny little delicate cups we have in this house - three sips of bovril or tea is such a tease.



i have a huge desperate dan cup! :-D
#16
ibiza
The greater the volume of an object the lower the volume/(surface area) ratio - as long as the increase does not greatly lessen some dimensions.

As an example a cube with a side of 1 unit has a 0.167 volume/area ratio - however a cube with a side of two has a 0.333 ratio - and a cube of 6 = 1 ratio.

None of that is relevent, because most of the heat is lost from the top of the drink !
And given that the majority of the heat is lost from the top surface of your drink, then you will lose heat at a slower rate from a tall thin mug.
A wider mug like this, really will make your tea cool more quickly than a taller, thinner, one pint mug :-D

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