Portable High temperature-resistant Foldable Stainless Steel Cup (Silver) £3.22 DELIVERED @ FOCALPRICE - HotUKDeals
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Cup on a keyring.

•High temperature-resistant, anti-rust and portable.
•Made of hard and durable stainless steel.
•Special foldable design makes it more convenient to carry with you on the go.
•Come with a chain and you can place it on your leather belt or bag.
•Very stylish, compact and exquisite.
Product Details (including package):
weight:104 g
size:6.5*6.5*3 cm

Pack including:
1 × Portable High temperature-resistant Foldable Stainless Steel Cup
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banned#1
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#2
The term 'High temperature-resistant' is very misleading in relation to this product IMO. If anyone was to buy this and intended to use it for hot drinks they would be very disappointed. Stainless Steel does resist heat to a certain extent ie it doesn't collapse when exposed to temperatures within the scale of say tea and/or coffee. However, if you pour a hot drink such as tea or coffee into this cup it WILL very quickly become too hot to hold. Commercial cooking pans aren't made of Steel because it looks good. Steel pans are used because they stand up to being thrown around a commercial kitchen but also because steel is a good conductor of heat. Just stir your coffee/tea with a stainless steel spoon and then try and hold the spoon by the bowl (the stirring end), you can't, it burns!
#3
What like would this be for placing on a wall to listen to whats going on? Or does that only work with glass?
#4
Blasphemous
The term 'High temperature-resistant' is very misleading in relation to this product IMO. If anyone was to buy this and intended to use it for hot drinks they would be very disappointed. Stainless Steel does resist heat to a certain extent ie it doesn't collapse when exposed to temperatures within the scale of say tea and/or coffee. However, if you pour a hot drink such as tea or coffee into this cup it WILL very quickly become too hot to hold. Commercial cooking pans aren't made of Steel because it looks good. Steel pans are used because they stand up to being thrown around a commercial kitchen but also because steel is a good conductor of heat. Just stir your coffee/tea with a stainless steel spoon and then try and hold the spoon by the bowl (the stirring end), you can't, it burns!

I don't want to start an argument here but while stainless steel does conduct heat well, it does not distribute the heat evenly you get hot spots. That's why they encapsulate aluminium into the bottom of Stainless steel pans.
#5
Geemac
Blasphemous
The term 'High temperature-resistant' is very misleading in relation to this product IMO. If anyone was to buy this and intended to use it for hot drinks they would be very disappointed. Stainless Steel does resist heat to a certain extent ie it doesn't collapse when exposed to temperatures within the scale of say tea and/or coffee. However, if you pour a hot drink such as tea or coffee into this cup it WILL very quickly become too hot to hold. Commercial cooking pans aren't made of Steel because it looks good. Steel pans are used because they stand up to being thrown around a commercial kitchen but also because steel is a good conductor of heat. Just stir your coffee/tea with a stainless steel spoon and then try and hold the spoon by the bowl (the stirring end), you can't, it burns!


I don't want to start an argument here but while stainless steel does conduct heat well, it does not distribute the heat evenly you get hot spots. That's why they encapsulate aluminium into the bottom of Stainless steel pans.
And/or Copper. I agree Geemac but as I stated, you could NOT use this for drinking hot drinks such as Tea/Coffee. It WILL get too hot to hold.
#6
Blasphemous
Geemac
Blasphemous
The term 'High temperature-resistant' is very misleading in relation to this product IMO. If anyone was to buy this and intended to use it for hot drinks they would be very disappointed. Stainless Steel does resist heat to a certain extent ie it doesn't collapse when exposed to temperatures within the scale of say tea and/or coffee. However, if you pour a hot drink such as tea or coffee into this cup it WILL very quickly become too hot to hold. Commercial cooking pans aren't made of Steel because it looks good. Steel pans are used because they stand up to being thrown around a commercial kitchen but also because steel is a good conductor of heat. Just stir your coffee/tea with a stainless steel spoon and then try and hold the spoon by the bowl (the stirring end), you can't, it burns!

I don't want to start an argument here but while stainless steel does conduct heat well, it does not distribute the heat evenly you get hot spots. That's why they encapsulate aluminium into the bottom of Stainless steel pans.
And/or Copper. I agree Geemac but as I stated, you could NOT use this for drinking hot drinks such as Tea/Coffee. It WILL get too hot to hold.

I agree cold drinks only. I have one that came in a Christmas cracker.

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