Travel Tumbler

Kinto

Here at last is a travel tumbler for coffee or tea, which keeps its promises and your coffee nice and hot… or cold! Nor do you have to treat it like fine china, which is just as well when you’re using it out and about, as indeed you should. Billy has had his for many years and it’s still doing great, despite many cross-Europe road trips to vineyards far and wide. And then there’s the fact that the KINTO tumblers just look incredibly great.

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User Manual

For maximum insulation efficiency, preheat or cool the cup by pouring a little hot/cold water for 1 to 2 minutes before use.

Do not fill with dry ice or carbonated beverages as the product may expand and break. You can use it with dairy products, fruit juices and sports drinks, but we recommend not to leave such liquids in the cup for too long as it may spoil or cause rust.

Wash and dry the product well immediately after use, and then store it separately from other metals to avoid rust. Wash with care. Do not use abrasive cleaners or steel wool. Do not use chlorine bleach as it may cause rust. If you find rust stains inside the tumbler, add warm water and citric acid in a 10:1 ratio, wash the mixture with a soft sponge after 2 to 3 hours and rinse well.

 

 

This is a tumbler for beverages. Do not use in microwave, oven or dishwasher. Do not place near open flames. Do not place in boiling water. Keep out of reach of children. Do not drop or subject product to strong impact as this may cause breakage or leakage. Do not add dry ice or carbonated beverages as the product may expand and break. Be careful not to fill with too much liquid as it may overflow when closed. Close the lid and cap tightly to prevent spilling or leaking when carrying. Attach the silicone rings correctly. Hold the product upright to prevent accidental spillage or leakage. Make sure the cap is tightly closed when opening the lid. Be careful when drinking hot beverages. Even if the surface of the cup is cool, the beverage may still be hot. Do not leave the product in places with high temperature, for example in the car.

Kinto
KINTO was founded in 1972 and started out as a tableware wholesaler in Shiga, Japan. Their products bring comfort and inspiration to everyday life and have been exported worldwide since 2010. Subsidiaries were established in Europe in 2016 and in the USA in 2019. KINTO's goal is to deliver products that inspire and fulfill with every touch and use.