Thermos Thermocafe Desk Mug - Blue - £3.20 @ ASDA (BACK IN STOCK)
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Thermos Thermocafe Desk Mug - Blue - £3.20 @ ASDA (BACK IN STOCK)

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Found 25th Jan 2013
USE CODE 'thermtwenty' FOR THIS PRICE! Free delivery to store, or £2.95 delivered.

Dont forget Quidco!

Thanks to 5426angela for the original deal
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Thanks, I've needed something like this for a while.
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That's the idea, yes.
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That's the idea, yes.



and that comment was not funny at all.
tom_g

and that comment was not funny at all.



Don`t believe you, since you couldn't resist replying lol
Have to admit i didn't like them, the beverage gets cold within an hour or so. The mug itself isn't leakproof as the top lid (where the mouth/sipping holes are located) does leak if shaken even just a little. The fully contained version is much better for retaining heat however

Note these have a thin metal inner shell - NOT dishwasher safe as per instructions - build quality is good. Bar the leak issues from the top lid. Purchased it purely based upon other users comments here on hukd wish we hadn't now as it was a waste of money.
Paid for two of these for £6 at Sainsburys
Thats £6 each!
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Have to admit i didn't like them, the beverage gets cold within an hour … Have to admit i didn't like them, the beverage gets cold within an hour or so. The mug itself isn't leakproof as the top lid (where the mouth/sipping holes are located) does leak if shaken even just a little. The fully contained version is much better for retaining heat howeverNote these have a thin metal inner shell - NOT dishwasher safe as per instructions - build quality is good. Bar the leak issues from the top lid. Purchased it purely based upon other users comments here on hukd wish we hadn't now as it was a waste of money.



Totally agree with the above statement, I too experienced all the same issues. Poor product

Don't waste your money....NOT GOOD....you just can't clean the inside if you use it for tea, stays stained!!
Really cheap inside stainless steel...
You can get one that keeps drinks hot for up to 8 hours from Costco.

But they are around £10.
Cheers
quidco not working with my order. seems quidco closed offer
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quidco not working with my order. seems quidco closed offer



TCB worked on mine, I got the email through within minutes of ordering actually.
Missed out last time thanks OP
Good price. Debenhams is £10
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That's the idea, yes.

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tom_g

and that comment was not funny at all.

http://i.imgur.com/mV0TY.gif
will see how it goes
Hey Op,

Have some heat, bought one.

Cheers
I do not understand the point in these things.

1: Get a proper vacuum flask
2: Fill vacuum flask with hot water
3 take some milk tea bags and sugar with you

Now you don't have to worry about cleaning anything, your drinks won't get cold and you can have more than one. May take slightly more effort but surely it's worth it given how much a cup of tea is on the move?

sotomonkey1 hour, 8 minutes ago #21ReplyI do not understand the point in … sotomonkey1 hour, 8 minutes ago #21ReplyI do not understand the point in these things.1: Get a proper vacuum flask 2: Fill vacuum flask with hot water 3 take some milk tea bags and sugar with youNow you don't have to worry about cleaning anything, your drinks won't get cold and you can have more than one. May take slightly more effort but surely it's worth it given how much a cup of tea is on the move?



Wow, you take your desk with you 'on the move'?
I didn't get on with mine either; I got water stuck between the inner metal and outer plastic shell which was difficult to get out and reduced its heat retaining properties somewhat. The bottom is made of a neoprene type material which smelled if it didn't dry properly, think drinking out of musty wet suit boots. It wasn't long lived.
sotomonkey

I do not understand the point in these things.1: Get a proper vacuum … I do not understand the point in these things.1: Get a proper vacuum flask2: Fill vacuum flask with hot water3 take some milk tea bags and sugar with youNow you don't have to worry about cleaning anything, your drinks won't get cold and you can have more than one. May take slightly more effort but surely it's worth it given how much a cup of tea is on the move?



Quite an effort if its just to keep your cuppa on your desk at work hotter for longer

I drink latté's all the time, and thermos flasks makes it go smelly and lumpy after a couple if hours
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