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Portable tea tray advice

by bagua7 » Oct 23rd, '17, 03:23

I need a small tea tray for travelling. I like these two:

1.
2.

However I can't make up my mind.

Which one would you choose?

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Oct 23rd, '17, 03:44
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Re: Portable tea tray advice

by MuYun » Oct 23rd, '17, 03:44

No. 2 looks more elegant, however if you want to carry it around then the weight is also a factor. Just an opinion :-)

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Re: Portable tea tray advice

by bagua7 » Oct 24th, '17, 00:33

I thought so...but I need to be practical as I will be carrying weight around and every gram counts! So the less lovely tray wins due to functionality, unfortunately.

Thanks for chiming in. :)

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Re: Portable tea tray advice

by John Sung » Nov 6th, '17, 05:32

No 2 looks cool.

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Re: Portable tea tray advice

by rdl » Nov 6th, '17, 15:50

I am putting this out there as a comment, as I am interested if others have had this experience. I don't like plastic, but I found the trays like this I had, cracked, or the pieces separated, and therefore leaked. The plastic inside trays have worked better for me. Otherwise, I also think #2 is nice!

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