Vacuum Insulated Flask
Nanovessel is a 3-in-1 vacuum insulated flask - Tumbler, Tea Infuser and Water Tank - Food grade and made of stainless steel 304, it keeps your beverage hot or cold long enough to preserve all flavors and freshness. Equipped with a filter mesh, you can brew your tea directly in it. The twist off lid and filter element are easy to remove and clean. Nanovessel is sized to fit most automobile cup holders.
Most importantly, Nanovessel is 100% compatible with Nanopresso. Don't waste time to pour hot water from vacuum flask into Nanopresso water tank. The Nanovessel can be mounted directly onto the Nanopresso and used as a large insulated water tank. Nanovessel is the perfect add-on to your Nanopresso.
NOTICE: When mounted onto the Nanopresso, the Nanovessel can't insure its isothermal function. Hot water must be stored in the Nanovessel with its lid fastened for best keep hot performances. Nanovessel should not be plugged on the Nanopresso more than the necessary time needed to extract a cup of coffee (1-2 min maximum).
The Nanopresso portable espresso machine, the NS Adapter and the Barista Kit showed on some of the pictures nearby are sold separately.
|Dimension||146x62x62 mm||5.75x2.44x2.44 in|
|Weight||190 g||0.42 lb|
|Water capacity||210 ml||7.10 fl oz|
|Materials||Polypropylene (PP) and Stainless steel 304.|
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The nanopresso is just a stellar device. I thought the nanovessel would be also. It’s not bad, but I hoped it would keep water hotter longer. With boiling water it may stay hot enough for a couple hours.
Un termo muy manejable, con el tamaño justo para poder disfrutar de un excelente café con la cafetera nanopresso en cualquier lugar sin depender del agua caliente. Mantiene la temperatura del agua durante horas. Un complemento imprescindible!!
Probably the best buy I made this year. Great form my "americano" and my tea...