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Thermos Nissan Products - First Look
First Look Posted: Thursday, June 13, 2002
Author: Mark Prince
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Nissan First Look
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Thermos Company
Schaumburg, Illinois

Canadian Thermos Company
Scarbourough, Ontario

We have something different lined up this week at CoffeeGeek - a look at a wide range of products from the Thermos Nissan line of insulated beverage containers.

CoffeeGeek is excited to test these products because they serve a useful purpose for the serious coffee aficionado in the home, but also serve an absolute crucial purpose in commercial coffee and espresso establishments.

We've been given a wide range of products to test, and over the next month we'll be evaluating these products in a variety of ways, including normal, everyday usage as well as unusual or just downright strange purposes, to see how they stand up.

We'll be testing temperature retention, we'll be soliciting opinions on both style and functionality of the products beyond their heat or cold retention abilities, and we'll even be dropping a few of them from really high up, uh, heights, to see how well they bounce.

Bouncing is important to us, being that every CoffeeGeek is a clumsy oaf.

Thermos Nissan products are available pretty much everywhere you shop for coffee, kitchen, or restaurant supply items, although some of the products we will be testing are not currently available in Canada.

As always, this is a First Look. Read it with zest, but make sure you read our Detailed Review for the full scoop.


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