A glass version of the IngenuiTEA


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A glass version of the IngenuiTEA

Postby GreenTeaTV » Oct 7th, '09, 23:58

I would love to see a glass version of the IngenuiTEA.
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Re: A glass version of the IngenuiTEA

Postby RachelC » Oct 8th, '09, 20:05

GreenTeaTV wrote:I would love to see a glass version of the IngenuiTEA.

I agree.
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Re: A glass version of the IngenuiTEA

Postby theteascoop » Oct 9th, '09, 11:20

Ditto...where hopefully the popping infuser problem would be solved.
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Re: A glass version of the IngenuiTEA

Postby judyw » Oct 13th, '09, 09:11

My plastic one works fine, but surely there is room in the market for people who want to choose glass.
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Re: A glass version of the IngenuiTEA

Postby Tea and coffee » Oct 25th, '09, 05:00

I have actually seen the same or similar pots in glass on Chinese websites.
Exept that you had to remove the infuser basket from the pitcher to serve more easily and the tea didn't come out the bottom but came out the bottom of the infuser basket info a tall glass pitcher.

But I know to order one from China would cost more than the item itself.
I think the brand was Kamjove?

I'm sure Chinatown should have them,just haven't been this year yet...
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Re: A glass version of the IngenuiTEA

Postby oden » Jan 27th, '10, 21:46

They do make one and you can buy it. wwwdotrepublicofteadotcom/templates/detail.asp?navID=1785 I still like the IngenuiTEA pot better. This glass one still isn't as easy to clean. The design of the IngenuiTEA pot is just better I agree they should make a new glass one but it is going to be hard to make the bottom section glass and strong. Maybe make that section metal but then you can't put it in the microwave.
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Re: A glass version of the IngenuiTEA

Postby teacast » Jan 29th, '10, 13:01

I'd like to have an ingenuiTEA that dries the leafs so it's not a huge pain to clean it! Haha only joking, a glass one would be pretty cool, though I'd be afraid to break it.
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