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Thermos ThermoCafé Translucent Desk Mug (Midnight Blue or Duck Egg), 450 ml £5.33 (+£4.49 NP) Delivered @ Amazon
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Thermos ThermoCafé Translucent Desk Mug (Midnight Blue or Duck Egg), 450 ml £5.33 (+£4.49 NP) Delivered @ Amazon

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Thermos ThermoCafé Translucent Desk Mug (Midnight Blue or Duck Egg), 450 ml £5.33 (+£4.49 NP) Delivered @ Amazon
Posted 23rd Aug 2020

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Decent low price here for the travel mug from Thermos, especially if you have prime to get it delivered for the price mentioned.

Description
ThermoCafé Plastic and Stainless Steel Desk/Travel Mug is ideal for use in the office or around the home.

Dimensions (L x W x H): 12.0 x 8.5 x 17.5 cm

  • Double wall insulation retains hot or cold temperatures
  • Durable stainless steel interior and easy to clean plastic exterior
  • Twist lock lid
  • Slide resistant foam base


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Also Thermos Desk Mug, Duck Egg, 450ml

Hope it helps someone.
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Purchased many of these over the years and within no time they fill with water between the inside and outside layer, I recently purchased 4 from Asda that where reduced to a couple of quid, three of them leaked. B & M do one called Thermo chill, pretty much the same and those are £1.99
Edited by: "Rogermee" 23rd Aug
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Purchased many of these over the years and within no time they fill with water between the inside and outside layer, I recently purchased 4 from Asda that where reduced to a couple of quid, three of them leaked. B & M do one called Thermo chill, pretty much the same and those are £1.99
Edited by: "Rogermee" 23rd Aug
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Rogermee23/08/2020 07:51

Purchased many of these over the years and within no time they fill with …Purchased many of these over the years and within no time they fill with water between the inside and outside layer, I recently purchased 4 from Asda that where reduced to a couple of quid, three of them leaked. B & M do one called Thermo chill, pretty much the same and those are £1.99


I bought one and water got between the seals too and I swore never to buy again.
Purchased this thinking it will not stain as inside is metal, but I was wrong.

Tea is not too bad but coffee stains don't come off easily.

Don't lose the seal on the lid as you can not buy a replacement, thermos don't sell them.

Mug shape is the best, less chance it will topple compared to most other travel mugs.
Or £5 in your local ASDA store!
Also, as other members have stated, these mugs are useless. I made a cup of tea in one and 20 minutes later it was just about lukewarm.
Get on eBay and buy a Yeti and don't look back
Bogami23/08/2020 09:58

I bought one and water got between the seals too and I swore never to buy …I bought one and water got between the seals too and I swore never to buy again.


Yes, they are rubbish in all fairness, water ingress between the outer and inner layer, we purchased a dozen for work and had to throw them all away after 2 months, dont waste your money is my advise.
Same price @ Sainsburys
I got a stemless wine glass as my work mug as it's thermal and it's the best thing ever. Went to a meeting, left freshly brewed tea on my desk, came back and burnt my tongue on it as it was still hot would definitely recommend
rodman23/08/2020 16:14

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41736564-2UiST.jpgTook one back from Texas, the premium hot/cold drink cup
Bogami23/08/2020 09:58

I bought one and water got between the seals too and I swore never to buy …I bought one and water got between the seals too and I swore never to buy again.


If you feel the bottom of the mug, near the center, there's a softer spot. If you cut that open, then you'll see a screw. You can loosen the screw to separate the plastic and metal part of the mug, so you can clean and dry out the water that got into the gap. If you tighten the screw a bit, it reduces the chance of water getting inside the gap.
shekcheung23/08/2020 23:23

If you feel the bottom of the mug, near the center, there's a softer spot. …If you feel the bottom of the mug, near the center, there's a softer spot. If you cut that open, then you'll see a screw. You can loosen the screw to separate the plastic and metal part of the mug, so you can clean and dry out the water that got into the gap. If you tighten the screw a bit, it reduces the chance of water getting inside the gap.


Yup did that. Was surprised how rusty the screw was. The mug must be built before stainless steel was invented
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