Kiss Kiss Fish thermal vacuum bottle with OLED-Display for $29.99
A country like Germany consumes about 100,000 tons of To Go cups per year. A problem that could be improved by reusable thermo cups. There is even a gadget variant from China. The Kiss Kiss Fish thermal vacuum bottle with OLED display shows you the temperature of your drink!
- Kiss Kiss Fish thermal vacuum bottle
- Kiss Kiss Fish coffee filter
The manufacturer of this thermo cup is called Kiss Kiss Fish, but it is distributed via Xiaomi’s platform Youpin. That’s why “Xiaomi” can be found in the product name of some China shops. But the fact that the tech giant played a role in developing this gadget can be seen in product photography. The thermo cup has a helix structure, with a diameter of up to 8.4 cm. The cylinder is altogether 22.8 cm high and offers thus place for maximally 430 ml liquid.
The cup consists of a 304 stainless steel alloy and is insulated twice. With 310 g the cup is about as light or heavy as comparable thermo cups made of stainless steel.
The liquid inside can be either hot or cold. The manufacturer promises that the beverage of your choice will keep its original temperature for six hours. You can keep this in mind by using the OLED display which is built into the lid. Of course, there is a sensor in the cup that measures the temperature. By the way, the display not only shows the temperature, but also counts how long the beverage has been inside.
The Kiss Kiss Fish thermal vacuum bottle is available in two different colours: grey and white. The lid with screw cap is brown on both versions. There is also a leather loop on the lid, which can be used for easier transport or for attaching to the backpack. In addition, the manufacturer also offers a coffee filter for the thermo mug, with which you can prepare either hot or cold coffee on the go. But you have to buy it separately.
From a visual point of view I like the Kiss Kiss Fish thermo mug quite well, but the OLED display attracted my attention in particular. But I don’t think it makes that much sense to have this extra feature. Personally, I don’t need to know how warm the coffee is, because I can just try it. The filter, on the other hand, is a pretty cool extra, but you have to pay for it additionally. If you’re looking for “thermo cups” at Amazon, you’ll quickly find them for less money. But of course they don’t have a heat sensor or an OLED display…
Would that be an important feature for you? What would you use it for?To the gadget