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  • Dimensions du produit: 7,6 x 7,6 x 17,8 cm ; 340 g
  • Numéro du modèle de l'article: JML350W
  • ASIN: B00004S1CV
  • Date de mise en ligne sur : 21 mars 2013
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Descriptions du produit

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.
  • Tumbler stays cool to the touch with hot liquids and is condensation-free with cold.
  • Contoured body is comfortable to hold and fits most automobile drink holders.
  • Keeps warm - 5 hours, Keeps Cold - 10 hours

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 The problem with a cupless Thermos 23 janvier 2011
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
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This is a really cool product. After 10 years (and still going!) of using the Thermos Nissan 16-Ounce Stainless-Steel Insulated Bottle for my tea, I decided I'd like to try something new. With a built-in infuser, I thought this product stood out among so many others obviously made for coffee drinkers.

I was not disappointed with the build quality - same bombproof construction as my other Nissan. What I didn't anticipate was missing the cup. The bullet thermos has an outer lid which doubles as a cup. This, I discovered, is nice, because the Nissan thermos is SOOOO efficient, it is impossible to drink the tea straight from the thermos itself. Without an extra cup, this is exactly what you have to do with this 12 oz model.

I can't say I didn't know what I was getting - I'm just saying that I would recommend the 16 oz (or any other Nissan thermos with a cup) over this one. With this thermos you must: 1. Wait for your beverage to cool to a proper drinking temperature and then 2. Consume it relatively quickly before it cools too much. With an external cup, the advantage is that you can drink your beverage at the perfect temperature for HOURS and only wait for a small amount (1-2 oz) to cool at a time.

If you're a tea snob like me, you know that the temperature makes not only a big difference in the brewing process but also in the amount of flavor your tastebuds can detect. But I digress....

Don't get me wrong. Again, this product is made extremely well. I admire how the built-in infuser combines so compactly with the thermos body, and for this I'll probably keep using the thermos occasionally. One note, which I believe others have commented on: the infuser and the sipping lid cannot both be on the thermos at the same time. This means that you'll either have to bring the sipping lid with you if you take the thermos on the road while brewing or you'll just have to wait for the brew to finish and exchange the infuser and sipping lid. Note also that the sipping lid is different than a separate drinking cup.

Hope this helps.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 My Favorite Thermos 16 décembre 2014
Par Catseye - Publié sur
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I can't say enough how much I love this thing but I acknowledge it might not be perfect for everyone. I own two and have had them for a few years now. Performance is excellent and it will keep your drinks hot for hours if you don't open it. I've tested this out over a 5-hour drive when I knew I would want a drink around hour 4. My coffee was still close to scalding hot and stayed pleasantly hot for about 30 minutes after but drinkably warm for the full hour. Clean-up is wonderful. I've own several mugs before that have a button to press or a switch or something. These devices often end up getting coated in gunk and I often worry about how sanitary they are after a few months. I'm an espresso/latte drinker and this is of particular concern because of milk gunk. This tumbler lacks those extra, hard to clean parts and instead has a depression in the lid with holes in it. If you're driving or walking, this means that the part you drink from stays covered until you open the top lid and also means that it's difficult to spill liquid on yourself. Think the difference between drinking from an open mug or drinking from a sippy cup. This also reduces the contact your drink has with the air which helps keep your drink hotter for longer. Once fully closed, the drink is also COMPLETELY leak proof, so long as you DON'T fill past the interior line. These instructions come with the tumbler and should be adhered to for proper leak proofing. I've tossed this thermos in a messenger bag before and had no problems with low volumes of liquid. As soon as I fill past that line however, there's drink everywhere, but that is, admittedly, my fault.

I mentioned this might not be a perfect tumbler for everyone. This is for the following reasons:

-Volume. The title says it's a 12 ounce tumbler. It's more like a 10 ounce. There's an interior mark that you shouldn't fill the mug above or else it may no longer be spill proof-especially for hot drinks. I typically don't go for a high volume of coffee or espresso so this generally isn't a problem for me.

-The tea thing is awkward. If you drink true loose leaf teas (black, green, white, oolong) then no worries about the mesh size. If you're a big rooibois/herbal fan then the size of the mesh might be a little too large to prevent bits from getting in the drink. Again, I use this for lattes most often and so the tea part was just a bonus. Also note that the tea strainer lid is different from the drinking lid and switching between these two adds an extra step and could be messy if you say, want to steep your tea during class or a meeting.

-Cleaning rubber parts. there are a few rubber seals that keep the tumbler water-tight. I like to clean these every so often but I lost a rubber seal once and that was so long water-tightness. Without these seals, your drink will leak EVERYWHERE. This will also happen if you put them back on the lid incorrectly. The lack of seal just eliminates the spill-proofing however. I use the "broken" one in my car now since it works just fine upright and still keeps drinks hot.

Overall, highly recommended if insulation and leak-proofing are your primary goals and if you don't care too much about the tea steeping or drinking large volumes of liquid at a time.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 just like my old one 27 juillet 2016
Par emily ellen lathlean - Publié sur
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This is my second one in a number of years.(The first fell out a broken truck window, when I was hit by a car, & truck rolled over onto the freeway. The firemen broke the windshield and pulled me out,not baddly hurt, but bleeding a bit. I insisted on picking up my old Thermos tumble from the freeway before getting into the ambulance, as I couldn't bear to lose it! It was useable, but a bit battered, so I found this one, just like my old one. It really keeps coffee or tea hot for a long time. I've tipped it over a few times , luckily with the top on, and never had a drop spill. It's the best thermal tumbler I've ever had.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 I like it.. but it could be better with a few design changes. 25 avril 2014
Par Amanda Nichole - Publié sur
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During the winter I am a huge tea drinker and when I saw this I just had to buy it.

The good: Good size. Keeps your tea HOT! Outside doesn't get hot so you can hold onto it without burning your hands.

The ok: The strainer/infuser. It's in between good and ok. It could be slightly smaller because I did notice residue from my loose-leaf tea, but nothing I couldn't handle. However, if you drink fine teas like black teas or earl grays where the leaves are small you are bound to have a lot of residual.

The bad: For a lot of teas you can only brew for a certain amount of time before needing to remove the tea from your water or else you risk ruining the taste. I have had problems with how tight the strainer is on the canister. So it becomes a problem when I am desperately trying to get the leaves out when I can't even turn the dang thing to get it out to empty it.

Next, I hate that you have to either have the strainer or the sipping lid on. If you are using this most likely you are using it for the convenience aspect. Why else would you be buying this and not a regular thermos? I understand that I have to take off the infuser anyway to empty my loose leaf, but then you have this wet strainer that if you are at work, where are you supposed to put it? You can't have the strainer and the sipping lid on at the same time. How hard would it possibly be to design the product so you can have both?? You also then risk losing one piece because you can't have them together.

Other than that I love it and it's great for tea drinkers. Just think they can redesign the next one a little better.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Great tumbler, poor infusing system. 5 mars 2013
Par AJ Runner - Publié sur
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I've owned this same tumbler for a while, using it for coffee and tea. It keeps liquids HOT! for a while. The Tumbler is great. The only complaint is that it is small (12oz is a stretch).

The tea infusing system, however, isn't great.

1. Too many pieces
The tea infuser cap is separate from the drinking cap, both separate from the lid. If you want to take it on the go, you'll have the tumbler and then an extra piece to carry around (the tea infuser likely). This makes it very impractical for use throughout the day. If you make tea at home, then go and never make tea again, great! If you are like me and reuse the leaves, or want to make more tea later on, this tumbler fails to do it effectively. Too many pieces to lug around. The quality is nice however; it's not cheap. That's a positive. But it defeats the purpose of a travel mug system.
Teas Etc 60111 12.85-Ounce 3-Piece Travel Mug Set This Tea Etc. mug is better for me on the go (it is a poor insulator though).

2. Mesh size is way too coarse
If you drink large leaf tea, this will work well. If you drink Yerba Mate, smaller green/jasmine tea (non full leaf), skip this mug. The mesh size is coarse in comparison with the Tea Etc. mug. This for me was the most disappointing part. My morning tea is Yerba Mate, and there's no way I can use this mug with it...unless I want to chew my tea. Similarly, I have a cheap jasmine I drink in the afternoons. Same result.

The tumbler is amazing. 5 Stars.
Tea Infuser is 2 stars at best.

I wish they'd make the Teas Etc. system with this tumbler.
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