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New mug combines a kettle

The new Electric Mug from Kalorik is powered by a UK kettle controller, meaning that consumers can use it for making tea and coffee while sitting at their desks at work or home, but also take the mug out and about. James Rourke, director at Kalorik states: “Portable mugs, travel bottles, commuter cups, and takeaway vessels are ubiquitous in today’s society and this mug does the whole lot.”

He elaborates: “Consumers save water, save electricity, save time, and by only boiling only the water they need, save money. There’s a variable temperature control, and a ‘keep warm’ function for those working from home with multiple Zoom meetings, so your tea or coffee doesn’t go cold at any point in the day. There’s also a temperature gauge built into the lid to ensure scald free sipping.”

Continuing, James points out: “As we return to the office, shared kitchens are becoming a thing of the past so portable mugs like this that heat the water directly in the vessel will only gain in popularity. Add to that the skyrocketing popularity of staycations, caravanning, exploring the countryside and local city breaks, the Electric Mug can be used at home, away, and even abroad, once permitted.”


Top: Consumers can ditch takeaway cups with Kalorik’s  ‘all in one’ Electric Mug.

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