Reddit Reddit reviews Mr. Coffee Mug Warmer, Home, Office, Black

We found 41 Reddit comments about Mr. Coffee Mug Warmer, Home, Office, Black. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

Tea & Espresso Beverage Warmers
Coffee, Tea & Espresso
Kitchen & Dining
Home & Kitchen
Mr. Coffee Mug Warmer, Home, Office, Black
17 watt mug warmer for use with coffee, tea, hot cocoa & moreEasy to tote and take anywhereSurface easily wipes cleanOn/off switch with indicator lightLonger power cord for increased mobility
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41 Reddit comments about Mr. Coffee Mug Warmer, Home, Office, Black:

u/fruitblender · 16 pointsr/tea

I got the Mr Coffee Mug Warmer in a reddit exchange and I freaking love that thing. Keeps my tea warm, but not lava hot. I use it all day long.

u/bruce656 · 10 pointsr/lifehacks

Look up coffee warmers on Amazon. You can get them for around $10.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000CO89T8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_SIysDbPXN6KDD

u/tekoyaki · 6 pointsr/CrazyIdeas
u/salamastre · 6 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

The setup is a $10 coffee mug warmer, a coffee mug and some water. I normally use another coffee mug with a lid, the Pyrex is so you could see it in the pictures. I liked seeing colors change, the Pyrex is now officially part of my kit, no more cooking in this house.

The temperature stays around 55 Celsius, which I think is either one trillion or one hundred and thirty Fahrenheit.
http://i.imgur.com/NxINR47h.jpg


This is my Unicorn Poop (I refuse to bow to trademark trolls) out of the mailbox two days ago.
http://i.imgur.com/Vr8YDhU.jpg


This is it after 8 hours of speed steeping.
http://i.imgur.com/urJPSzRh.jpg


I left it overnight, with a lid on because the mug warmer does not have a thermal shut off and I was afraid to start a fire if the water evaporated. DO NOT DO WHAT I DID, do this on your desk, at work, or where you can watch it at all times.

I still don't know if the results are identical to slow steeping in a dark drawer, but they are good enough for me. I do not have a super refined palate or a way to test this objectively.

Hope this helps other impatient people out there.

u/AddictiveInterwebs · 6 pointsr/BGCCircleJerk

Followup idea: mug warmer. I had a coworker who kept one on her desk and her drinks were always hot, it was amazing

u/EnderWiggin07 · 4 pointsr/Showerthoughts

My fiance takes about 14 hours to drink a mug of tea, so I got her this little plug-in hot plate from Amazon. It was I think under $15 and it does a fine job keeping it fairly hot. Maybe not hot but quite warm anyway.

This is the one I ordered

u/digit01 · 3 pointsr/LifeProTips

This can do the job as well without introducing springtime scents into your coffee.

u/bahdumtisss12341234 · 3 pointsr/Coffee

This should do the trick, just make sure to leave plenty of time to let it warm up. This unfortunately doesn't work well on thick mugs.

u/sneezing_sloth · 3 pointsr/javascript
u/xbkingx · 3 pointsr/Coffee

My favorite mug, by far, is this wide based behemoth. You can knock it around accidentally and it won't tip. Preheat the ceramic with hot water and it holds the temp very well (nice thick walls). Only downside is that it doesn't fit in a standard cup holder. For those times, I use the Contigo Autoseal cup/thermos/mug. The lid cools the coffee slightly and automatically seals, so great for commuting. Not great for the hand warming aspect you said she liked, but then no stainless steel mugs will measure up to a ceramic for this quality.

Just remember that if it's warming her hands, it is losing heat. The only way to make sure your coffee and hands are warmed is with thick ceramic or stone. The better it is one way (hands <-> coffee heat), the worse it will be in the other. Otherwise, you can get a cup warmer to try and keep the temp up. I have the one I linked there, and while you don't want to leave the cup on there 8 hours, it will extend the drinkable time from 20-30 minutes to 2-ish hours. The warmer will get hot enough that you can touch the surface, but won't want to leave you finger on it more than a few seconds (I think it is the perfect temp compromise between useful and dangerous). Lastly, there will be folks in this subreddit horrified by the prospect of heating coffee after the initial brew. Realistically, the flavor is unaffected for about 45-60 minutes, and after that there is a very, very slight difference. As someone that hates cold coffee, that minor difference is nothing like choking down room temperature brew... ick!

tl;dr - 1st mug for home use and hand warming, 2nd mug for travel. Consider a cup warmer if she really nurses every cup or is using a thinner ceramic mug.

u/noexcuses · 3 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

I bought this one and this one because I wasn't sure which I would like better and I figured I could use whichever one I liked best at the office and the other one at home.

I've only received the one from Mr. Coffee and I've been pretty happy with it although it's not terribly attractive. I actually really liked the look of the other one because it's glass and metal and has a lower profile but I was worried about not really being able to find any reviews on it. I used to work with someone who had and loved the Mr. Coffee one for years so I feel pretty confident about at least recommending that one.

u/greet_the_sun · 2 pointsr/marijuanaconcentrates

I picked up a coffee warmer and I feel like its really convenient. Pretty much anytime I want to heat something up with a torch I put it on the warmer for a couple seconds instead. Makes shatter pliable, makes budder sticky, I've been using it to heat razor blades for scraping as well.

u/Drunk_In_The_Odyssey · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette
u/Kurimu · 2 pointsr/Fitness

Try an insulated/double walled mug (I have several), and you could also invest in a mug warmer to keep it warm.

I also just started using a cast iron tea kettle that is heated underneath by a tea candle, and use small tea cups such as these. So the amount you pour is less, but the amount you drink will always be at that sweet spot and you just refill.

Hope this helps!

u/Shenaniganz08 · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

im not sure if this is what you are looking for but I have used mine for over a year without any problems. It makes 4 cups of tea

http://www.amazon.com/Bodum-34-Ounce-Teapot-Stainless-Steel-Filter/dp/B0009VF4V0

Combined with a mug warmer and you have warm tea all day :)

http://www.amazon.com/Mr-Coffee-MWBLK-Mug-Warmer/dp/B000CO89T8/ref=sr_1_1?s=home-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1414736043&sr=1-1&keywords=mug+warmer

u/awkwardsoul · 2 pointsr/tea

There are these USB/plugin hot plate cup warmers out there, but i haven't tried them myself. https://www.amazon.com/Mr-Coffee-Warmer-Office-MWBLK/dp/B000CO89T8/

There are also immersion heaters designed to heat contents of a cup. I also haven't tried it myself, but always tempted to buy https://www.amazon.com/Portable-Water-Heater-Aluminum-GCG/dp/B00PFZFK78/

I'd use a vacuum stainless steel flask. That would be less work and less energy used as you'd only have to fill it once.

u/charliegriefer · 2 pointsr/ADHD

I bought a coffee warmer. $10 and it works a treat.

https://smile.amazon.com/Mr-Coffee-Warmer-Office-MWBLKPDQ-RB/dp/B000CO89T8/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=coffee+warmer&qid=1564181532&s=gateway&sr=8-5

But I sort of end up with the reverse issue. I forget to turn it off and the little bit of coffee left in the mug burns to a crisp :)

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Edit to say holy crap I just saw u/GobyGopher's comment about the Ember Mug. That thing looks sweet. Might have to start saving up for one. In the meantime, the $10 coffee warmer does the job ;)

u/Semyonov · 2 pointsr/buildapc

Even better than just a coaster, one of these to keep your drink hot!

u/SparklingLimeade · 2 pointsr/funny

You all need to invest in a mug warmer. With this remarkable technology I can drink hot beverages at any rate I choose.

u/medes24 · 2 pointsr/tea

They're pretty safe to use, basically a stylized hot plate. For me it is not the ideal solution but honestly a good old Mr. Coffee warmer will do the trick.

My tips and tricks for mug warming

  1. Preheat your ceramic - splash some hot water from your kettle into your cup or mug to warm it up

  2. Thermal vessel - if you plan to bring the drink with you or otherwise won't be drinking right away, get something insulated. I use a Contigo Travel Mug for single servings

  3. Splash in water - tea to cold? Put in a splash of boiling water from the kettle. It will warm everything up and not damage the tea

    But my biggest? Enjoy the tea as it cools and different flavors emerge or become obvious. If your mug is cooling to fast, prepare less tea in one go. Switch from a big old mug to a smaller cup.
u/ZedFreakinPanda · 1 pointr/Coffee

Here's an oddball idea: Bring a well-insulated thermos of hot coffee prepared at home, and use a heating pad (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000CO89T8/) or heated mug (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0773WG6NK/) to keep it hot once you've poured it. Would that work? Kind of nuts but wouldn't involve a kettle at all.

u/spoonraker · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

YES. A million times yes. This little $10 coffee warmer is life-changing. Seriously.

It's not powerful enough to take a mug of cold coffee and heat it through, but it's excellent at keeping a hot cup of coffee hot all day. The best part is, normally the last little bit of coffee is the coldest so you either have to quickly power through the bottom third of your cup of coffee, or throw it out after a few sips if you don't drink it quickly, but with the mug warmer it actually gets hotter as you reach the bottom of the mug. You finish on a good note instead of a bad one.

P.S. It's super efficient if you have the right coffee mug. The mug I'm using in the photo is a match made in heaven for that particular coffee warmer. The base of that particular mug is wider than most coffee mugs and fits the warmer perfectly. Also the mug is a little bit thinner and flatter than most so it conducts the heat from the warmer really well. And finally, having a lid just makes it much better at trapping heat in the liquid. Unfortunately I have absolutely no idea where the mug is from. All I know is it's from Shenzhen China. It was given to me as a gift and just happens to be perfect for my mug warmer that I bought separately. I wouldn't scour the earth looking for the perfect coffee mug, but if you happen to have a mug that has a nice wide base and a lid it's more efficient. I've definitely used a "normal" mug plenty of times though and it works fine.

Amazon link

u/MirrorLake · 1 pointr/pics

I remember my dad had one of these .... 20 years ago. These have been around for a while.

u/mowgliart · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Don't ask questions

You need this coffee warmer

u/aquaticsnipes · 1 pointr/lifehacks

Try this instead. It a mug warmer, actually meant for drinks.

u/alisoni · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Taaadaaa!
I'm sure there are ones out the powered by USB as well.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I actually got this usb coffee warmer for my boss this year. I hope he likes it!

u/erpascal · 1 pointr/santashelpers

Coffee warmer. This is less funny and more useful. Keep coffee hot at your desk all the time!

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u/S0noPritch · 1 pointr/Warhammer

Painting question. I've always preferred dipping my brush in hot water while painting. It seems to remove paint more efficiently and keep the bristles supple. I'm considering getting a mug warmer like this to heat my water cup. Has anyone ever tried this?

u/oldish_lady · 1 pointr/mildlyinfuriating

I used to do that! Last year for Christmas, my daughter got me one of these mug warmers. It's one of those things that you wouldn't really buy for yourself, but it really makes a difference for the hot beverages. Now I think of all the years of wasted coffee and tea....

u/Aberu1337 · 1 pointr/sysadmin

sit-stand-desk converter or just the desk itself. This is what I use at work at least.

http://ergotron.com/

Good headphones...

http://v-moda.com/crossfade-wireless/ - These are what I got for reference when they were on sale for cheap. These are closed headphones so if you work from home, you'll hear less noises which could be a good thing.

https://www.amazon.com/Mr-Coffee-Warmer-Office-MWBLKPDQ-RB/dp/B000CO89T8 - Works great for me.

Personally I'm a big peripherals guy, so... Ergonomic high-end mouse (Logitech Performance MX Master for me at work), mechanical keyboard with easy to push down switches so less wear and tear on my joints to use the keyboard, wrist rests for mouse and keyboard, footrest situation handled, heat pad for bad back.

But all this stuff depends on what you do really.

As for the monitor setup... I would say get an ultrawide and pair it with a vertical regular size monitor on the side.

u/dudical_dude · 1 pointr/funny
u/Aerys1 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

omfg candroth hai i dont know you but congrats on the house hope you get it!! Hope you're all stocked up on cleaning supplies and all that random stuff a house needs XD hug!

my coffe and tea get cold :(

u/_lazerface_ · 1 pointr/DIY_eJuice

Something like this?

Do you put a glass bottle directly on top?

u/7yearlurkernowposter · 1 pointr/NoStupidQuestions

Try a coffee mug warmer I have never used one but it seems like it would fit your purpose.

u/chicken_slaad · 1 pointr/Homebrewing