- Insulated travel mugs that actually keep things hot?
Bodum do an excellent mug. Pricey though!
*edit* I use mine every day, one of the best things I’ve ever bought 🙂Posted 5 years ago
Zojirushi make the best I’ve used. I used to have one but I lost it !!
Like a cross between a flask and a mug, you can keep it in your bag without spilling, but the lid flips so you can drink from it like a mug. And last around 2 hours at a decent temp if warmed first.Posted 5 years agoschmikenSubscriber
Used by the military for good reasons. Keeps tea boiling hot for at least an hour and a half.Posted 5 years agoPePPeRSubscriber
Morrisons have an awesome little flask/mug for travelling, its fully sealed keeps drinks warm and has a great lip for drinking out of, normally £4.00, they had them on offer for £3.00 last week. Best mug I’ve ever used.
Best £4.00 on a mug I’ve ever spent.
It even fits in my mug holder in my van!Posted 5 years agoPePPeRSubscriber
Here’s a link that I got the original idea from Stoner was the person who put us onto them.Posted 5 years ago
Do any of them fit a bike bottle cage? Mrs Average would like to cycle to the station with hot tea.
I’ve been through this research process. Generally no they do not. I have a ‘short’ sized (8 fl oz) one from Starbucks that fits into a Specialized plastic bottle cage, but that’s not a big enough drink to last a long train journey. And that particular cup was plastic and not that good.. and it broke…
There’s a Trek bottle cage and cup combo that fits on the Soho bike – they apparently have been available separately but possibly not any more as nowhere had stock when I checked. The cup’s not that great either, I think it’s plastic insides.
So I ended up with the PDW Bar-ista and after a long search I found a conical Starbucks cup in a shop that fits in it perfectly. They haven’t got the cups on their website currently but I reckon this would fit.Posted 5 years agoIHNMember
Used daily, rattles around in a bag without a leak, coffee is still PIPING hot over an hour after filling (to the point where I have to put some cold water in now too, so I can actually drink it)Posted 5 years ago
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