Hot hot hot! Keep the heat in with a desktop cup warmer

Desktop cup warmer

I think it’s a well known fact that as soon as someone makes you a cup of tea, you’re called away to a meeting or the doorbell rings or, the worst, you forget about it. And what’s worse than a cold cup of tea? Probably the stale biscuit that sits alongside it but that’s beside the point. To fix this annoying, wasteful problem, Paramount Zone has sent me a desktop cup warmer to combat this daily dilemma. 

The desktop cup warmer is a usb operated heating pad that aims to keep hot drinks warm for an extra half an hour. It’s a pretty compact gadget about the size of a coster making it easy to store on your desk, coffee table or bedside table.

Place the hot drink on the heated plate while the drink is still hot, turn it on and voila, a piping hot drink for longer.

It’s not a miracle worker. It won’t warm a cold cup of coffee and it won’t keep your tea hot for hours but it will keep it at a drinkable temperature for longer and for just £3.99, I’d say that’s a pretty good bargain.

It’d be great to give as a gift or to pick up for this colder months and it’s certainly something to give your busy boss to stay in their good books.

Available from along with hundreds of other gifts for that difficult person you just don’t know what to get.

Disclaimer: This product was gifted to me for my fair, honest review. All views my own.


4 thoughts on “Hot hot hot! Keep the heat in with a desktop cup warmer

  1. Hey there, I’ve missed you! Happy Chrimbo and a wonderful 2013!

  2. Hannah says:

    What a great idea! At work I make myself a cup of tea, sit down to drink it and then my phone rings. By the time I’m off the phone, my tea’s gone cold. This could be the answer to my problems. 😀

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