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ThermoCafé by Thermos Soft Touch Travel Mug £2 @ Halfords Instore
ThermoCafé by Thermos Soft Touch Travel Mug £2 @ Halfords Instore

ThermoCafé by Thermos Soft Touch Travel Mug £2 @ Halfords Instore

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Can't see this online but I picked up a few of these instore. Price tag said £10 down to £2 but I seen the same one in Asda which said £7 down to £5. Either way at £2 it's a decent enough mug.

Thermos Online have them at £10.95

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Will check mine later.

Be aware that this needs to remain upright when in use....

cheers,
rob with stained trousers

robertoegg

Be aware that this needs to remain upright when in use....cheers,rob with … Be aware that this needs to remain upright when in use....cheers,rob with stained trousers



Easily excited then?

robertoegg

Be aware that this needs to remain upright when in use....cheers,rob with … Be aware that this needs to remain upright when in use....cheers,rob with stained trousers



Does it leak when you tilt it to drink from it?

no no, it works fine as it should. I just put it in a cloth bag and left it on it's side on the floor before running out one day thinking it was a sealed unit. Cue a puddle of tea and a drenched canvas bag! But for normal upright tilt and slurp, it's fine.

I can unfortunately say the same as robertoegg - I left mine at the top of my bag for a few hours with a small amount of coffee left in. Result: heavily stained library textbook and damp notes. Other than that it's a fine product - just empty completely before putting in a bag.

Banned

nice for soome codeine coffee

I left mine upside down on my keyboard now it )^&^%£"%^%$£"

Most travel mugs are not spill proof because they have easy-open tops with a small gap for equalising pressure (the liquid contracts as it cools). Only vessels with a thermos flask type screw-tight bung will be completely spill proof but these are generally not as convenient to use as a travel mug although Bodum comes close with a sealed top that can be loosened to let the liquid out (Bodum do this and a more traditional travel mug so make sure you can tell which is which).

None in Altrincham.

Had one of these and it's garbage. The seal around the lid leaks as soon as your drink drops below a certain temperature. Get one with a screw on lid.
Edited by: "FITAC" 7th Jan 2015
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