Kitchenaid travel mug, £9.90 at Go-electrical (+£2.99 delivery)
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Kitchenaid travel mug, £9.90 at Go-electrical (+£2.99 delivery)

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Found 7th Dec 2016
If anyone's looking to buy the Kitchenaid coffee machine I posted earlier, it might be worth considering this if your buying as a gift or more than 1 person will be using the machine. Only black available.
Overpriced for what it is? Yes, definitely. But it's also just about the only sensible(ish) price I could find with stock.

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Ouch ! - very expensive for a £2 insulated mug oO But at a time when the unwashed sheep are voting anything hot in an attempt to get Flamedeer ,who knows where this will end up

Edited by: "rogparki" 7th Dec 2016

You must be a mug to pay them prices ....

plastic inside. hard to get rid off the plastic taste. no info about bpa free. cold cold cold!

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rogparki

Ouch ! - very expensive for a £2 insulated mug oO



Ouch! That's what I think any time I hear my wife mention Kitchenaid....

creepyg

Ouch! That's what I think any time I hear my wife mention Kitchenaid....


Your private life is your own concern oO I wouldn't dream of asking for further details !

I think I'd rather have a wild bean café mug and 4 latte's for this price. For anyone who doesn't know, at BP with a wild bean, you get a stainless steel mug filled with the coffee of your choice for £6. You also get 3 vouchers for half price refills, which means by the time you have had 4 coffees in total the mug is either free or almost free (as the price of the coffee varies slightly by location). However I wouldn't post it as a hot deal as until a couple of months ago it was £5 so you saved a pound and got a free mug with 4 coffees. I've even started asking them to leave the new mug wrapped in plastic and fill my old one!
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