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- Manually Blow-Molded Glass Infuser Tea Cup 500ml / 16.9oz
Dimension and Net Weight
Net Weight: 260g in total / inner infuser: 77.5g
Tea Cup: made of food-grade safe healthy heat-resistant glass manually blow-molded, can bear temperature between: -30℃ to 150℃ (-22ºF to 302ºF).
Filter: made of food-grade PC material, safe and healthy, environment protection.
Filter net: made of food-grade 304# stainless steel material, won’t become rust .
Patented Design For Easy Tea Making
This tea cup is made of manually blow-molded heatresistant glass and food-grade safe healthy materials. Patented design. Press valve water-controlling structure, easy control. While stop pressing, no leaking. Control strength freely. High efficiency filtration to ensure making pure tea.
How to Use
It is all-in-one lid and you can use it to make good tea drink easily.
- Put some tea leaves into the inner pot by teaspoon.
- According to the sorts of tea, you can add boiling water or hot water and then lid it.
- When the strength of tea drink is suitable, press the button to filter it into the pot.
- Pour the tea liquor into a cup. With the outer pot for personal use.
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Commonly asked questions
- Q: What is the capacity of the inner chamber? Posted on 6/5/15 by Steve
Reply: Hello Steve,
Thank you very much for writing to us.
the capacity of the inner chamber is 206 ml. Hope this is helpful for you. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
- Q: Is the inner chamber made of plastic or glass? Posted on 9/14/14 by matthew urban
Reply: The inner chamber is a kind of plastic.
- Q: How do you store the used tea leaves after you used them for the first time? You can steep them again for another brew? Posted on 2/9/14 by todd
Reply: Usually if you use western brewing style, after being brewed for several hours, the tea leaves can be threw away. It is not suggested to use it for another brew.
If you use Chinese gongfu way to brew, the leaves will be finished after 6 to 10 infusion.