Thermos 7.0 from Cebador in the new version with a strainer. Brew yerba mate in it and take it with you wherever you want!
Our modern thermos with a display had its premiere some time ago, but after the last upgrade it has gained a completely new, very valuable functionality. From now on, thanks to a special stainless steel strainer, you can prepare your favorite brew inside!
Thermos 7.0. Stylish, modern & functional
It was created for those who are looking for something more than just a thermal pot. It has a beautiful modern design and ergonomic shape, it is made of the highest quality materials, it maintains the desired temperature for a long time and is completely tight. However, this is not the source of its enormous success. Thermos 7.0 is the first device in the Cebador catalogue that has a built-in thermometer with an electronic LED display. It is hard to find a better solution, especially if we want to prepare a tasty and healthy infusion wherever we do not have access to a set of accessories. But that's not all! After the last upgrade, the accessory has recently received some improvement, which, although seemingly minor, turns out to be revolutionary!
Thermos 7.0 - brew yerba mate in it and take it with you wherever you want!
Thermos 7.0 upgraded version at first glance does not seem completely different from its predecessors. We are still dealing with a solid, stainless accessory in a stylish matte color. Its large capacity (approx. 480 ml), tight thread protecting against heat loss or spillage and LED display with thermometer remained unchanged. You will notice the changes only after looking inside. There you will find a small metal strainer, thanks to which you can turn your thermos into a portable infuser of your favorite yerba mate, tea or herbs. How to do it? Take them out, then pour water into the thermos and add the herbs. Then, you need to reattach the strainer, which will strain out all unwanted elements and ... allow you to enjoy a clear infusion without grounds! Brilliant in its simplicity, isn't it?