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Bodum Bistro Super Special SALE held Thermo Jug Tulsa Mall - 1.1 oz L Black 37

Bodum Bistro Thermo Jug - 1.1 L/37 oz, Black

$37

Bodum Bistro Thermo Jug - 1.1 L/37 oz, Black

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Product description

Color:Black

Energy conservation is hardly a new idea at this point but rarely has it looked as fabulous as it does here. The Bistro Thermo Jug utilises a vacuum to keep hot and cold fluids at their desired temperatures a lot longer. An easy press on the lid opens the jug and lets the fluids flow. The lid closes automatically after each use so that the desired temperature is maintained a lot longer. Whether it's used for ice tea in the garden, or simply for keeping hot herbal tea on the kitchen table, the Bistro Thermo Jug serves all purposes and looks elegant doing so.

Bodum Bistro Thermo Jug - 1.1 L/37 oz, Black

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