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5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect, 27 April 2009
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This review is from: ThermoCafé Stainless Steel Flask, 350 ml (Kitchen & Home)
I used this flask for the first time yesterday and was amazed when the coffee was piping hot and steaming 6 hours after I made it - and I had added cold milk. Even when we got home 4 hours later it was drinkable. As my husband and I have different tastes his BLACK coffee was in a different flask - a 'Hi Gear' stainless steel flask with an OUTER JACKET. His coffee was only just drinkable after 6 hours. So there you go - it pays to stick to a genuine Thermos flask!
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Initial post: 13 May 2009 02:25:33 BDT
I own one and I agree entirely with your review. Have you seen the trendy travel mugs that people use? I wanted one of those to take to the cinema while on holiday as my friend already had one. I couldn't find one like his anywhere, so I bought the 0.35L Thermos instead as it holds the same amount (a decent mug size). The travel mug types differ only in the fact they have no cup, are wider at the top (easier to drink from) and they have a secret stash compartment in the lid to put in a spare tea bag and sugar. Anyway, my friend and I compared temperature half way through our movie.....mine was lip scorching hot, his was just about drinkable. Also, even the people who have bought the uber-trendy and expensive 'Lifeventure' and Brugo' brand travel mugs have complained of leaks.....nothing like that from my Thermos. The only thing they have going for them is they are slightly smaller (the cup part on the Thermos adds height), and I really like the little compartment for extra tea bag/sugar. But hey....I can live without them while knowing my drink will be hot (or cold), and that it won't leak on me.

I must add, too, having a cup of home made tea half way through a movie in the cinema is the very definition of civilised! I highly recommend it. Just don't let the ticket collector spot it on the way in. :)

One thing gets me, though. How on God's great earth does the flask know whether to keep your beverage hot or cold? I don't see a switch anywhere. ;)

In reply to an earlier post on 16 May 2009 16:10:11 BDT
Glad you're happy with it. I've just spent an interesting half hour looking at the Lifeventure and Brugo travel mugs having read your comment. The reviews of these mugs say it all. With few exceptions these rather appealing (cosmetically) mugs don't seem to live up to the reviewers expectations. I note anyway that the Lifeventure only claims to keep the contents hot for up to 6 hours; the Brugo seems to require a degree in order to understand its complexities and both by definition are mugs so cannot be layed down, turned upside down (by mistake presumably!) or whatever. I'll stick to my wonderful and quite cute thermos flask, thank you.

In reply to an earlier post on 29 Jul 2009 10:55:39 BDT
E. Erriquez says:
The thermos only mantains the internal temperature, if cold it remains cold, if hot it remains hot.
It reduces the heat dispersion (or cold) :P

Thank you for your reviews.

I think I am gonna buy it for my coffee.

Elisa
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