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Glass Travel Mug

by woozl » May 18th, '09, 17:24

Just got me one of these for work.
http://www.summittea.com/catalog/produc ... &s=teaware

I've had a plastic type that I don't use.
It's been a long time seeking all glass.
And it fits the insulated sleeve I already own from my EMS version.
However there IS a food grade type silicon seal on the inner lid.
I guess this need not touch the tea if one is careful.

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by beachape » May 18th, '09, 21:06

You can take the seal out, but it'll leak if tipped. Also be very careful not to hit it, tip it, or bump it. I broke my first one because I had it in my backpack and set it down too forcefully. The outside was fine, but the inside glass snapped off. I got a new one and keep it in a sock inside my backpack for a little protection (don't worry, I use a clean sock).

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by Victoria » May 18th, '09, 21:41

I really like mine, but it is the thermos.
I don't think I'd bother trying to brew in one if
I had that basket anyway. I have two the 15oz and the 10oz.
The smaller is a nice size for hiding in my purse.
Like today.

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by woozl » May 18th, '09, 22:41

beachape wrote:You can take the seal out, but it'll leak if tipped. Also be very careful not to hit it, tip it, or bump it. I broke my first one because I had it in my backpack and set it down too forcefully.
Thanks for the tip.
I'll keep it in the EMS sleeve which has lots of padding anyway.
And, I am rather hard on stuff at work. :roll:

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