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- On light indicator
- On/off switch
- Convenient cord length for use almost anywhere
- Available in pdq tray for quick & easy merchandising
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Since 1970 the Mr. Coffee brand has been doing one thing and one thing only. .. brewing coffee. No one has served cup after delicious cup to more Americans than us.
For us, bringing a rich coffee experience into your home is our top priority. Along with coffee makers, we are here to share everything coffee with you.
Mr. Coffee Mug Warmer
Keep your favorite mug of coffee, tea or cocoa hot when you want it. The convenient on/off switch with on light indicator lets you know when it's hot. With its extended cord length to use almost anywhere, this will be your favorite gadget!
- Stop the worry of hot beverages going cold.
- Easy to tote, take and use just about anywhere.
- Surface easily wipes clean.
Keeps all your favorite hot beverages warm
On/off switch with convenient 'on' light indicator.
Use for coffee, tea, hot cocoa and more.
Fits many different mug styles and sizes.
Keep your favorite mug of coffee, tea or cocoa hot when you want it. Convenient on/off switch with on light indicator. Extended cord length to use almost anywhere. This will be your favorite gadget!
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They don't put any power or energy information anywhere on the packaging material and there is no information in the small instructions pamphlet either but the bottom off the device says: "120 V 60 Hz 17 W", so, 17 watts it is.
Now, if this electrical device consumes around 17 watts, you can assume some of the heat energy is lost to the table and the edges of the plastic housing and if you put your hands around the device, there is some loss there and my desk beneath does get a little warm. So, clearly 17 watts is not going into the cup. But for such a simply made device, like all the others I see advertised too, it appears to generate a majority of the heat energy at the indented area where the cup will sit.
And by the way, the heating are where a mug sits is 3-1/4 inches in diameters -- which will accommodate some pretty big mugs.
The depressed area where your coffee mug sits gets noticeably warmer than the sides of the device. It is hot but not so hot I can't touch it. I wouldn't want to hold my fingers there for very long but it's not like its glowing red. It's touchable.
So, I took it out of the packaging, plugged it in, set a cup of coffee on it, and did a little work -- like maybe twenty minutes.
The coffee was a bit cold to start, not even cool, and when I picked the mug up a little later the coffee was warm, the mug was warm..
The mug warmer doesn't heat it to a hot coffee temperature but check it's name -- it isn't supposed to. It "warms" the coffee.
As a couple of reviews pointed out, the manufacturers are skirting the boundary of generating enough heat to make it dangerous to be left heating on a desk. You can't have a relatively small, inexpensive plastic device have a red-hot burner on it, not when it's intended use is sitting next to my monitor amidst piles of note and maybe near a textbook or two.
If you want really hot coffee, clear a space on your desk and get a true hot plate with which you can also fry bacon. Or get a small stand to hold a microwave. After all that, I was quite pleased with how effective it was in "warming" a drink.
If you want it to make your coffee hot hot, you will be disappointed. If you want your coffee to stay warm, it does it's duty.
I have been a wet shaver my entire life (I'm 75, so about 60 shaving years). I have tried everything ever made for heating or at least warming shaving cream. Skuttles have done the best of anything, but honestly, are a lot of trouble, take up a lot of room, and don't result in what I would call "very warm lather". Just the high end of Luke Warm.
I bought this cup warmer in the hopes what it would work. There are no shaving reviews I could find, but I decided to give it a a shot anyway. Well, it really, really does work!!! I get hot lather like that from a hot lather machine in a barber shop. Honest!!! I started by filling my ceramic shaving cup with hot water from the tap, and ran my brush under hot water to heat it up as usual. Then I put the brush in the cup of hot water, then the cup warmer. I let it sit for about 10 minutes, then made my lather (Taylor of Bond Street, but I know it won't matter). The cup had warmed on the outside by then. The lather was nice and warm. I figure it cooled a little due to exposure to the air while I was making it. I went to relather and got very warm, pleasant, smooth lather. The best, warmest, nicest lather I have ever had. The lather holds the heat from the warmer, probably much better than coffee or tea would.
One note - my shaving cup is ceramic with a handle, and slightly larger than the cup warmer's heated surface. I really think the size is a plus. It results is a small air space between the heating surface of the warmer and the bottom of the cup which I figure is a little easier on the warmer and the cup, and no heat from the warmer is lost. The cup itself got very warm; not too warm to hold comfortably, but close. I'm guessing it would actually be too warm if it were stainless steel, maybe not.
I could not be more excited about the results from this little cup warmer. It fits nicely into my bathroom, is not nearly as big or as much trouble as a scuttle, and does a far, far better job of making for a very warm lather. Believe me, if you use a shaving cup and brush to make lather, this cup heater will be the best 10 shaving dollars you will every spent.