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Update International

Update International (TBI-20) 2" Stainless Steel Tea Ball Infuser

3.9
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€38,00
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Description

  • Tea ball infusers
  • Constructed of stainless steel
  • Features a short chain to easily hang and retrieve it from the cup or kettle
  • For proper use and ideal flavor, only fill the tea ball half full of tea leaves
  • Measures 2-inch diameter

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Customer Reviews

this little tea pot makes a nice cup of teathis little tea pot makes a nice cup of tea.It is not well balanced and falls over if you open the lit while it is empty. so you have to hold it so it says up while you pour.the spout weld is not very well done, the seam on the spout is very visible. and the handle is also unfinished.Its not thick steel. I have a usa made 1950 tea pot that is thicker and heavier on the bottom so it says standing with the lit open. It has been in constant use for two generations, so I wanted to get one with less sentimental value for fests, since someone tried to walk off with it twice.I got this tea pot for camping, and travel, and because it was inexpensive, and will still be used as intended. It makes a fine cup of tea, and does not drip when you pour. the handle does get too hot to hold however. 3It's 3$ people.I hate it when people get upset when they buy something for super cheap, then they get mad because the quality is cheap. Like, what did you expect?When you put things into perspective, no I would not pay 10$ for this. But I payed 3$ and considering that, it does exactly what it is supposed to. It's very small and that's exactly what I wanted!No leaks, no problems. The metal looks to have some stains and marks and whatnot but I don't mind. Listen, if you don't want something low quality, then don't buy something less than 5 dollars. I mean, I would understand if this had a leak and didn't do what it was supposed to. But mine is fine and that counts for something.I am not gonna be mad that I payed so little for something and it turns out it's not worth more than what I payed. For the price I think it's great! 5Pretty good tea chestSaw a really cute tea chest on tv recently and decided I needed to have one. I was stuffing my tea bags in a glass sugar jar from the dollar store so this is definitely a step up. The box is made up of Ikea quality wood which is not bad for the purpose and price. The window on the box however, is made of cheap flimsy plastic. While it's not a big deal I would advise against placing anything on top of the box or wiping the plastic area with anything rough as it may scratch. I think it looks great and is of good enough quality for the sale price of $13 but I wouldn't present this box to the Queen of England if she came over for tea.I could also see this being used as a jewelry box for earrings or for storing small packets of sugar and condiments. 5Great little pot for the priceThis little teapot holds enough for a couple of decent-sized mugs of tea. It's perfect for two, or one tea-addict, heh. The diffuser basket isn't the most stellar workmanship I've ever experienced in my life, but it'll do. The basket is perfectly suitable for black, green, or any sort of herbal, but with rooibos I've found it sneaks through the cracks a bit. Not enough to be that big of a deal, but it can be a bit annoying.Now, the teapot is glass with a plastic handle/bottom/lid. If you're keen on washing it after every use, you'll find that water can get stuck in between the glass and the plastic, and slowly leak out later. Personally, I don't fully submerge my pot with soap and water every use, so it's not a problem for me, as a quick rinse is fine. But keep this in mind if that's something you do.The real winner for me with this pot is that it keeps my tea warm for a surprisingly long time (with the lid on). I'm not sure if this is average, but for a small and light pot, my tea was still warm after 75+ minutes. It's quite nice to drink a cup and when I pour another it's still pleasantly warm. Also: no leaks. Keep the lid on when you pour, and keep light pressure on it while tilting, but otherwise, it's a great little pot for the price. 5Arrived incomplete & broken + CHEAP quality. :(Arrived broken with no compartments in box. CHEAP quality. Hinges were out of wack. Complete piece of garbage. Was obviously a return item as fingerprints all over and plastic torn. Never been so disappointed. Returning. 1good, but not greata very nice color and decent quality of wood for the price. fits all my teabags just fine. the only thing is that the window is plastic, not glass which would be fine, but it came already scuffed. may have to fork out extra $ to replace it with real glass, but not sure it's even worth the time or trouble. you get what you pay for, i guess! 4Great for serving a cup of teaLove this! It holds 8 oz of liquid. We use it for hot water only. If you have ever gotten hot water for tea at a restaurant, this is the size water pot they bring to you. My grandma uses it for her oatmeal water in the morning to use what she wants without the worry of her trying to use a hot, heavy kettle and burning herself 5Not a wire mesh basketPay attention to the size. This is a small infuser, about half the size I was used to. So I was disappointed in the size but that's my fault for not paying closer attention.But the reason I gave it only two stars is because of the lid and basket. The picture shows a wire mesh basket. But mine did not have wire mesh. Rather than the tight mesh wire basket that, again, I was used to, the basket on mine is made of very thin sheet metal that has numerous holes in it. While it works, it does not drain as fast and so you have to pour the water slowly. Otherwise the water and basket contents would float out of the top long before the pot filled. I also wonder how well the infusing works because flow of water through the basket contents in somewhat restricted.Finally, the little lid does not have the retaining lip than I am used to. Instead, it simply sits on top of the infuser. When you tilt the pot to pour you have to hold the lid in place. Otherwise it falls off, lands in your cup, and splashes tea everywhere (Yes, this happened to me!) 2Beautiful Boxes, but You Get What You Pay For; Also, Not Everything Will FitI purchased two of these boxes because, yes, I have that much tea. I mean, it is a you-get-what-you-pay-for situation--it's a clear plastic, and the wood isn't very heavy, indicative of the $20-23 dollars you have to pay to get it. Both of the ones I got were in fairly good shape, though. The only flaws were a scratch or two in the clear plastic of the second one.Generally, I was able to fit most of my tea bags into the two boxes. The only exceptions were my Bigelow Earl Grey multi-packs (multiple bags in one packet), and my Mighty Leaf packets, with the pyramid shaped bags. I also didn't feel comfortable putting my exposed Celestial bags in the box--just a precaution as I'm not sure type of paint they used, also the boxes were a little dusty when received.Also, I had Tazo tea similar to what's pictured. I put them in a middle, back slot and it seemingly made it hard to close the box all the way. I haven't tried to move them to the front, as pictured here, yet, but if done and the problem persists, I will update the review accordingly. 4It's a fun tea to serve guests and I am a pretty ...I drink blooming tea. It's a fun tea to serve guests and I am a pretty hardcore tea enthusiast, so, i've owned (and broken) lots of different glass teapots. Some glass teapots have a sit in infuser that the lid fits into. This is inconvenient for blooming tea because sometimes the lid won't fit on with the infuser out of the teapot, and the blooming tea balls look less elegant inside an infuser (and you really don't need one) One of the (admittedly more attractive) glass teapots that I own presents this problem, and so i bought this for use exclusively for the blooming teas.for that purpose it is excellent! The black backdrop actually makes the tea look more dramatic as it unfurls, and the plastic lid and handle are great for people that have had a history of breaking the handles, lid's and infusers of their previous teapots. The pour was fine for me, I didn't spill anything. Probably because I am a person who owns lots of Chinese teapots and drinks out of asian style cups, the size is fine for me. This teapot is, in my opinion, fine for two people. Individuals accustomed to drinking out of european style 40 oz teapots may not agree, but I like to keep refilling my pot because that ensures that the tea is hot and fresh.all of this having been said....the teapot is an excellent price! It is a great basic teapot for your blooming teas, and one that you will be less likely to break and and up throwing away! 5
Update International (TBI-20) 2

Update International (TBI-20) 2" Stainless Steel Tea Ball Infuser

3.9
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€38,00
Sale price
€38,00
Regular price
€62,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€24,00)