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Thermos 12-Ounce Stainless-Steel Tea Tumbler with Infuser

by Nissan
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  • Thermos vacuum insulation technology locks in temperature to preserve flavor and freshness; keeps liquids hot for 6 hours and cold for 10 hours
  • durable 18/8 stainless steel interior and exterior withstand the demand of everyday use
  • travel cover seals closed for carefree portability
  • Infuser lid lets you brew tea right in the tumbler; Splash resistant drink lid lets you enjoy any beverage on the go
  • Contoured body is comfortable to hold and fits most automobile drink holders; 12 ounce capacity
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 3 x 7 inches ; 12 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004S1CV
  • Item model number: JML350W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (561 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,885 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Virtually unbreakable, this lightweight, vacuum-insulated thermos travels to work or your favorite recreation spot. On arrival, and for hours afterward, coffee, tea, or soup will still be hot. Or lemonade, pasta salad, or a sports drink will still be chilled. Compact (7 inches high) and shapely, this thermos has a "waist" for firm gripping indented in its satin-finish exterior and tough, nonslip, black plastic top and bottom. There's a choice of two twist tops, one for coffee and another, with a stainless steel strainer, for tea--each has a sip-hole, and a cap twists onto either to prevent spills. Fine threading ensures tops and cap seal tightly, while the smooth interior cleans with sponge or cloth. Preheating or pre-chilling with hot or cold water is recommended. --Fred Brack

Product Description

Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel Tea Tumbler with Infuser. TherMax double wall vacuum insulation for maximum temperature retention. Unbreakable 18/8 stainless steel interior and exterior withstand the demands of everyday use. Leak-proof travel cover seals closed for carefree portability. Separate infuser and drink lids let you brew and enjoy, all in one container. Infuser lid lets you brew tea right in the tumbler. Splash resistant drink lid lets you enjoy any beverage on-the-go.


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Customer Reviews

Keeps coffee hot for hours.
JKWest
I like how the tea infuser/strainer is small enough mesh to use loose tea, which I enjoy quite a bit.
WIlson Philips
Very durable and well made.
R. Hoelscher

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

512 of 518 people found the following review helpful By Ryuji Suzuki on November 11, 2002
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Most problems with mugs I have tried in the past are solved in this product. This mug comes with a tight sealing lid so that you can put this mug with hot drink in a brief case upside down and run to a subway station. No spilling, and this product is better than a plain Saran Wrap solution. The sipping lid has a deeply recessed bottom where you have a hole for liquid to come out. That is, the spill risk is very low even in pitching and rolling Boston's subway. So, you rarely need to use the sealing lid unless you want to brew tea in it or put the mug in a backpack. (See the other review to learn how to brew tea in it.) Also because of this deeply recessed sipping lid, this mug is easier to use spill-free while laying on a sofa or maybe even on a bed with a high pillow!

Lack of handle presents little inconvenience at any situation I've used this mug. A both handed person like myself needs not worry which way to put the mug, which way to put the sipping lid, and which hand to hold the mug. It's very left hand friendly, more so than having two landles on each side.

If criticism is an obligatory part of the reiview, I offer a few. This mug's tea leaf strainer is given enough space for most loose teas, but it is not enough for some herbal infusions, particularly whole dried preparation of chamomile flower. This mug's advertised capacity is 11 ounces, but the line specifying the maximum fluid level is actually 275ml (10 ounces). I wonder if they could make it a bit taller for increased true drink capacity and enough space for chamomile to expand. The leakproof lids depend on silicon gaskets thus they should not be cleaned in a dishwasher, a convenience requirement.

Overall, this mug is slim, tall, leakproof, beautiful design, and very functional and compact.
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206 of 210 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 13, 2000
This is a great product- leak proof with amazing heat/cold retention. For tea drinkers, I just thought I'd add a better description of how the tea lid works. It is actually not a strainer for leaving the tea leaves in the cup (the tea would be so bitter!), but an ingenious way of brewing tea! You put hot water in the cup, then screw on the strainer, add the loose tea leaves, screw the top lid on, and turn the cup upside down for a quick brew! (Since it is leak-proof, you actually can turn the cup upside down easily) After brewing, you just turn it right side up and replace the strainer holding the spent leaves with the sipping lid, and voila- a quick and pretty decent cup of tea! Highly recommended.
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217 of 223 people found the following review helpful By Hobbes on April 9, 2003
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This is how you brew tea:
(1) Remove outer cap and tea filter.
(2) Check all gaskets are properly seated.
(3) Twist tea filter onto the cup to seat tightly. Put tea leaves in the tea filter. Be sure the tea filter is seated correctly. You can also put tea leaves directly into your cup if that is your preference.
(4) Pour hot water up to middle of filter. Over fill may scald.
(5) Properly seal the outer cap tightly to prevent leaking when used for travel. Turn upside down for quick brew.
(6) Remove outer cap and tea filter after brewing and replace with slipping lid.

For Best Results
For maximum insulation efficiency: preheat or precool your cup just prior to use, fill with hot or cold tap water, let stand for 5 to 10 minutes and empty.
Note that it comes with 3 lids: (1) Outer Cap (2) Tea Filter and (3) Sipping Lid.
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167 of 181 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 15, 2004
First off, I agree with all the comments about the mug's nice ergonomic shape, its ability to keep drinks piping hot for hours, and its spill-proof-ness.
But, the title of my review says it all - instead of paying thirty dollars for an 11-oz mug, why not get an 18-oz mug for twenty five (or even a 14-oz for twenty bucks)? All are made by Nissan, with the same durability, ability to retain heat, and good looks. The difference in this mug is the third basket, the tea brewer, which has a mesh that is WAAAAY too coarse. This is a serious problem, since I absolutely detest leaves and other remnants in my tea when I drink it. Herbal or spiced teas (e.g. Chai) are out of the question, and even a basic large-leaf tea like Darjeeling escapes through the mesh (and also gets stuck in it, which makes it a pain to clean).
Instead, I would suggest buying Nissan's larger 18-oz (or 14-oz) mug, and with the five (or ten) bucks you save, purchase a fine-mesh brew basket, available on amazon.com (ASIN# B0000CFLAP). Remember, you have to remove the built-in brew basket from this mug to fit the sipping lid, so there's no extra effort in removing a fine-mesh, easily washable brew basket instead.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Byron on September 16, 2003
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I love this thing. I'm in grad school, on campus from 9am-11pm every day but Saturday, and this traveler is perfect. Instead of repeating all the other glowing reviews, I'll just add a few things others missed. In addition to its unmatched insulation abilities, the vacuum seal provides another benefit, and that is that it maximizes interior space. Other types of insulation require thick walls to insulate the contents, but with vacuum sealed steel construction, the insulating steel sandwich can be very thin, making the volume of the inside layer nearly equal to volume of the outside layer. It's a small thermos that carries quite a bit of fluid.
One other thing to clarify is that this is not exactly a no-spill container. There are three tops: an inner top that is completely open but for a metal strainer/filter, an inner top that is covered but with a small drink hole in the cover, and an outer top that screws onto both of the previous and completely seals the cup. With the outer top on, the vessel is spill-proof. I carry it in my bookbag all day with nary a spill. But take the outer top off, which is necessary to actually drink out of it, and if you accidentally tip the cup over, liquid will spill out, even out of the sipping hole in the covered inner top. There is no button to push that opens and closes the sip-hole on the covered inner top, like for example on those plastic Starbucks coffee cups. However, the sip hole is recessed about 1 inch below the rim, so while it is not spill-proof, it is certainly splash-proof.
Excellent product, I might order a few more, for posterity.
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