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BODUM 11103-01S Travel Mug, Black, 0.35 Litre - £7.99 (Prime) // £12.48 (Non Prime) @ Amazon (Black OR Off White for £8.79)
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BODUM 11103-01S Travel Mug, Black, 0.35 Litre - £7.99 (Prime) // £12.48 (Non Prime) @ Amazon (Black OR Off White for £8.79)

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Posted 15th JunEdited by:"apur32"

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Bodum 11068-01 Vacuum Travel Mug, 0.35 L - Small, Black £8.79
Credit to @Daniboy

Decent price for the quality mug...We will need this very soon when we go back to work


  • 0. 35 L, 12 oz
  • Made of double-wall BPA-free plastic and keeps beverages hot or cold for several hours
  • Spill resistant lid
  • Non-slip silicone grip
  • Caution: please do always keep the mug upright. Due to safety reason, the mug is not leak-proof because of possible over pressure
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Good price but mine cracked within a year just used within the office
Pretty sure I saw these in TKmaxx today for somewhere between £2 and £3 (red clearance sticker) but I can already hear the wild goose cackling.
Edited by: "plunet" 15th Jun
Daniboy15/06/2020 19:42

Stainless steel for £8.79 seems better value …Stainless steel for £8.79 seems better value https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B002ECY206/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_ud85EbG660PNX


I've got both..

..stainless steel one is a far better buy!
I got this exact one for something like a fiver from Aldi the other day
El.Duderino15/06/2020 20:01

I got this exact one for something like a fiver from Aldi the other day


Yep £5 in my Aldi also
I have been using the french press version of this for a couple of years now. It is the best travel french press system I have used. The plastic ones can break quite easily so I would grab the stainless steel one.
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Just another plastic the world does not need
As i remember aldi sells the same for about £5
If you need this to be leak proof I wouldn't bother (stored in a bag etc.). Mine leaked repeatedly after only a couple of months so I had to switch to a replacement.
price is now 10.99 discounted from 11.15 Amazon's **** as usual 41110052-pYVQ9.jpg
Daniboy15/06/2020 19:42

Stainless steel for £8.79 seems better value …Stainless steel for £8.79 seems better value https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B002ECY206/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_ud85EbG660PNX


defintely get the SS one - i had 2 plastic ones that died in a year. I am on my sixth year with the SS ones and they are bullet proof
and that includes the internals for the plunger variety!!!!!

best in class the steel one!
Get the steel one for sure - best in class and lasts and lasts! including the plunger variant
plork15/06/2020 20:40

I have been using the french press version of this for a couple of years …I have been using the french press version of this for a couple of years now. It is the best travel french press system I have used. The plastic ones can break quite easily so I would grab the stainless steel one.


Absolutely love mine. Have had the plastic one on the go for two years now. Saved a fortune in tea/coffee funds over the years
Daniboy15/06/2020 19:42

Stainless steel for £8.79 seems better value …Stainless steel for £8.79 seems better value https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B002ECY206/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_ud85EbG660PNX


I went for the steel one ... I had the plastic one before and it cracked
Daniboy15/06/2020 19:42

Stainless steel for £8.79 seems better value …Stainless steel for £8.79 seems better value https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B002ECY206/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_ud85EbG660PNX


Got that one, thanks for posting
Bought the stainless steel version of this 2 years ago and cannot fault it one bit, very sturdy and keeps drinks warm for hours, well worth the price
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