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ThermoCafe by Thermos (In store - Dorchester) £4 @ Tesco
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ThermoCafe by Thermos (In store - Dorchester) £4 @ Tesco

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Posted 25th JanAvailable: South (Dorset)

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Barcode, not sticker, so probably national.
Hot food for lunch? If so, These can be pretty handy. There's a spoon that sticks in the lid, so stews and soups are ideal in this.
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I can confirm that The price has reduced in hemel hempstead tesco extra as well
Edited by: "raghu2000" 25th Jan
Good deal for keeping stuff warm leave a sticker on it marked "corona virus test incubation" & no one will eat it from the shared fridge
I picked one up last night from bolton store
Mr_Gus25/01/2020 09:03

Good deal for keeping stuff warm leave a sticker on it marked "corona …Good deal for keeping stuff warm leave a sticker on it marked "corona virus test incubation" & no one will eat it from the shared fridge


If you're wanting it kept warm, why put it in the fridge
yep, same price in my local store
Anyone have the barcode
raghu200025/01/2020 08:30

I can confirm that The price has reduced in hemel hempstead tesco extra as …I can confirm that The price has reduced in hemel hempstead tesco extra as well


Thanks, just got 3 for my kids
shareef25/01/2020 09:47

If you're wanting it kept warm, why put it in the fridge




Because many people leave a fridge set too high anyway!? ...really, .but no, it a thermos keep things cooler too, so really it's a comment generally, ..my thermos branded twin wall containers aren't the greatest but do a good job of keeping a side salad with couscous or similar cool ..this the fridge comment (reusable non tainting container) ...or for chilled homemade deserts like a set creme brulee. ..simple to make, chill overnight & send in with the kid / wife as a tasty desert with a full sandwich.

Or to keep some decent freshly ground coffee in (at work) because the regular stuff sucks (type thing)
My mine are stubbier versions.

Years ago I tried a coffee thermos (lifeventure) ..which was really hit & miss, but it was ideal for sending my kid in with a couple of warmed in hot water hot dogs which she'd assemble & picnic on.
Mr_Gus25/01/2020 11:59

Because many people leave a fridge set too high anyway!? ...really, .but …Because many people leave a fridge set too high anyway!? ...really, .but no, it a thermos keep things cooler too, so really it's a comment generally, ..my thermos branded twin wall containers aren't the greatest but do a good job of keeping a side salad with couscous or similar cool ..this the fridge comment (reusable non tainting container) ...or for chilled homemade deserts like a set creme brulee. ..simple to make, chill overnight & send in with the kid / wife as a tasty desert with a full sandwich.Or to keep some decent freshly ground coffee in (at work) because the regular stuff sucks (type thing)My mine are stubbier versions.Years ago I tried a coffee thermos (lifeventure) ..which was really hit & miss, but it was ideal for sending my kid in with a couple of warmed in hot water hot dogs which she'd assemble & picnic on.


I was being facetious I have a contigo flask which I use to keep hot coffee in the winter and cold coffee in the summer. Great little gadget
I'm getting into cold coffee, are you sous vide-ing it?
Also in Blackpool! Hubby & I have microwaves at work so don’t need them, but I picked up 3, one each for my kids. They are so excited over being able to take my homemade soups to school now! Maybe it wasn’t a good idea to get them, I’m going to need to make even more soup than I do currently
Edited by: "GAskham" 25th Jan
Also at the stores here in London - 2 that I visited - so does look like a national offer.
39812447-CpfhB.jpgThis is national...this is Chard, Somerset.
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