Sistema Microwave Soup Mug - 656 ml, Red/Clear £2.40 Add-on item Amazon
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Sistema Microwave Soup Mug - 656 ml, Red/Clear £2.40 Add-on item Amazon

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Seem to be constantly this price. They are useful but in my experience they get tainted but useful product for heating up beans and soups

Good way to get something instead of paying postage

does anyone have comparisons with the ones available in poundshops?

Bluecool

does anyone have comparisons with the ones available in poundshops?




I use the 79p ones from Home Bargains. I don't know how it compares to the Systema (because I've never used one) but i've never had any problems with the ones i do use.

Had the Poundland one 3 years no problems

aau1

I use the 79p ones from Home Bargains. I don't know how it compares to … I use the 79p ones from Home Bargains. I don't know how it compares to the Systema (because I've never used one) but i've never had any problems with the ones i do use.


Me too. Got one from b&m for 99p about 6 months ago. Still good. Although I haven't used it in the microwave, just to keep left over soups n gravy in the fridge

Bluecool

does anyone have comparisons with the ones available in poundshops?


these are much better but then again they tarnish easy.ive had both and id just put up with the cheaper ones tbh,mind both arent completely leak proof which is a pain

what's wrong with a bowl :-)
http://img.wonderhowto.com/img/99/88/63527982735567/0/10-tricks-you-need-use-for-better-tasting-food-from-your-microwave.w1456.jpg

Madzon

what's wrong with a bowl :-)



​exactly right!
why would I buy another piece of rubbish?

OMG, microwaved soup (probably from a tin) in a plastic cup..............could anything be more wrong?!?!?!

Teezer

OMG, microwaved soup (probably from a tin) in a plastic … OMG, microwaved soup (probably from a tin) in a plastic cup..............could anything be more wrong?!?!?!



Why "probably from a tin"? Judgemental, much?

Madzon

what's wrong with a bowl :-)



Bit messy in a work bag!

I have this and use it loads - works really well



Mine don't come with lids and take up a lot of space in the fridge. The Rock is really cool though. If you are into watching muscly greased up men in pants playing with each other.




Thanks for the judgemental comment. Do you eat much soup? Pic would indicate in the negative.

But when I want to heat something up slowly I will get a pan out, pay for the electric and then have to wash it up. I'm a moron like that!!


Madzon

what's wrong with a bowl :-)

Teezer

OMG, microwaved soup (probably from a tin) in a plastic … OMG, microwaved soup (probably from a tin) in a plastic cup..............could anything be more wrong?!?!?!

Madzon

what's wrong with a bowl :-)



You don't seem to have any problem getting rid of it on here.

These comments just about sum up the majority on this site. Members over 7 years. Deals posted 5. Between 3 over 7 years....

Bet the owners of this site are pleased that some people contribute otherwise it wouldn't have got very far LOL!

I take anyone who hasn't contributed opinions as pretty much worthless
Edited by: "KareemSaid" 13th Jan

aau1

I use the 79p ones from Home Bargains. I don't know how it compares to … I use the 79p ones from Home Bargains. I don't know how it compares to the Systema (because I've never used one) but i've never had any problems with the ones i do use.


+1, I got 5 from there, seem pretty good and look the same.

horsepills

Why "probably from a tin"? Judgemental, much?



Anybody lazy and ignorant enough to microwave soup in a plastic cup is most likely to only eat tinned soup.

I bet there are many peeps like me who use these for their lunch at work. When the fridge and cupboard are looking bare on a friday I can pop in beans, soup, eggs ready to scramble with cheese or leftovers. Im still on my first one

Teezer

Anybody lazy and ignorant enough to microwave soup in a plastic cup is … Anybody lazy and ignorant enough to microwave soup in a plastic cup is most likely to only eat tinned soup.



I tell you what, the site really does crack me up how people manage to twist a £2.40 deal on a soup mug into a personal attack, aggression and insults.

Honestly, genuinely hilarious!

Teezer

OMG, microwaved soup (probably from a tin) in a plastic … OMG, microwaved soup (probably from a tin) in a plastic cup..............could anything be more wrong?!?!?!



OMG and poor punctuation spring immediately to mind. Competely vacuous.

Edited by: "Gordinho" 13th Jan

There's some ignorant, judemental and pass-remarkable plonkers on here or maybe they're just trolls. Some of us make pots of healthy soups like lentil and vegetable broth and need something to transport it to work in.

These aren't 100% leak proof but great quality compared to the bargain store variety and BPA free.
Edited by: "anlygi" 13th Jan

anlygi

There's some ignorant, judemental and pass-remarkable plonkers on here



I reckon Teezer is all three. These pots are great for warming up leftover soup whilst at work (where only a microwave is available). I doubt Teezer considered this though, as I'd imagine the idea of work is alien to her.

Madzon

what's wrong with a bowl :-)

Teezer

OMG, microwaved soup (probably from a tin) in a plastic … OMG, microwaved soup (probably from a tin) in a plastic cup..............could anything be more wrong?!?!?!

Madzon

what's wrong with a bowl :-)



​anyone can comment on deals regardless how many deals you have uploaded.
Can you point out where you've seen that kind of rule? you can ask the owner of the site if you don't believe me

update:
as I think you are talking out of your b.side I've contacted the sites owner and I will paste the whole question and answer after theyve gotten back to me.

andreasuk

​anyone can comment on deals regardless how many deals you have u … ​anyone can comment on deals regardless how many deals you have uploaded.Can you point out where you've seen that kind of rule? you can ask the owner of the site if you don't believe me



​another correction: I haven't been a member for 7 years. maybe for 3 years.
where do you get your information from?..they are definitely wrong

Many thanks to the OP, ignore the idiots. These are excellent. I make large batches of soup, and these are ideal for freezing. I work from home so I frequently pop one of these in the microwave and can take it through to my home office without risk of spills. Lunch while I work. There was a recent deal at Tesco for a twin pack with one of these and a noodle bowl, however that has now expired. The noodle bowls are ideal for curry, but regrettably my post-christmas stock has now expired too.

Poundland do similar, size and clip on tops @£1.

andreasuk

​another correction: I haven't been a member for 7 years. maybe for 3 y … ​another correction: I haven't been a member for 7 years. maybe for 3 years.where do you get your information from?..they are definitely wrong



He has lumped all 3 people he quoted into one, but neglected to point out all 5 deals were yours and your profile says you've been a member since April 2015. Don't worry you just got caught in the cross fire.
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