Cuppa Chai On The Go

Typical Indian housewives are an addicted lot; they are addicted to their daily cup of chai (tea)! As the clock strikes four in the afternoon, every household gears up for that addictive brew and woe beholds that woman who misses her tea! I have actually seen my numerous aunts and mom go through stages of depression, headaches and withdrawal symptoms coz they missed tea thanks to an afternoon spree in the bazaar. Tea in the Sahara for Two sang Sting, I demand Tea4Two in the middle of Chandni Chowk!

If you are addicted to the brew then you may as well carry this portable electric kettle designed for on-the-go tea drinker! Magnetic snap-up cups with handles, allow you to brew, serve, and consume the beverage using traditional style teacups. Great news is that it features a retractable electric cord, so messy long wires are not a problem in this design.

How to make your tea?
Hook the kettle to a plug point and switch on the power button. The color changing temperature gauge indicates when the brew is ready. Since the kettle is made from flush form and insulated ceramic polymer, it even doubles up as a thermos. No plug points? No worries, addicted chai aunts can make tea and carry it from home!

Designer: Ben Peterson


  • M.S.W. says:

    Novel idea. Reminds me of the Thermos brand coffee containers.

    Looking at the rim of the kettle it looks like it would be hard to pour with out it dripping down the side. (Although this can be easily fixed with a contoured inner rim. )

    It’s nice how the cord is hidden and less messy.
    But it would be nice to have an equaly less messy way to have the tea prepared. Like a spot to store the first use tea (since some consumers like to use the tea leaves twice)

  • Q says:

    where can i get this?

  • Gavin says:

    This is exactly what I have been looking for! Someone please tell me where I can get one. If this product is so new it needs feild testing sign me up!

  • Paul says:

    Is this portable electric tea kettle available for sale? Where?

    Please, reply to: [email protected]

  • chrsty lin says:

    WHERE IS IT???

  • Toni says:

    Where can I buy this product from!!!!!

  • weng says:

    where can i buy this product? i am from the Philippines and i am very interested to purchase this item…

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