If you are a real coffee addict, you probably hate it when you experience the disappointment caused by the underwhelming taste of cold coffee. We also bet that many of you have probably tried to warm the coffee following some silly tricks found on the Internet. However, if you are not into experiments with burning plates, cup sleeves, or candle warmers that may (or may not) keep the right temperature of your coffee, you may want to find a more convenient solution, and there’s nothing more convenient than a reliable mug warmer.
In this article, we’re presenting awesome cup warmers, as well as an easy DIY procedure of creating a mug warmer with an auto shut-off. Read on and find out more about the ideal ways of warming your favorite beverage.
I do not have Alzheimer’s, but the reason why I need automatic shut-off feature on my beverage warmer (yes, for me it is just a coffee warmer, and I don’t know why I have used that fancy name) is because I keep forgetting things. I do not want to think about what can happen (and it will happen) if I forget to turn-off my coffee cup warmer.
Coming from Nicelucky, this appliance can keep your favorite beverage warm providing a mug temperature of up to 131ºF and a surface whose dimensions are 5.88 x 4.56 inches with the 3.15-inch heating area diameter. It requires AC connection and it is an ideal appliance for the daily home or office use.
It’s an incredibly reliable warmer made of silicone that can be placed on all types of surfaces, including enamel, tile, metal, ceramic, glassware and high-temperature plastic, and it provides the necessary heat in no time. What’s great about this coffee warmer is the fact that it uses micro induction to control the liquid temperature which basically means that you don’t have to turn it off when your coffee is warmed – all you have to do is remove the cup. And how do you know if it’s really working? All you have to do is check the indicator. While your mug is placed on the appliance and being warmed, the indicator light is turned on, and once you’ve moved the mug, it automatically turns off and the heat pad gradually becomes cold again.
How long does it take before the auto shut-off actually shuts off?
This cup warmer works in that way that it shuts off automatically when you lift the mug off the warmer. There is no timer for auto shut-off.
The reason I write about this warmer is that I test it, and I know more about it. I bought this one with a ceramic mug (about 11 ounces). The mug has an aluminum bottom that allows better heat transfer to liquid.