by Kelly R. Smith
If there’s one thing I have to have first thing in the morning is a hot, steaming cup of Black Rifle coffee. The problem I used to have is that it quickly cools off. Then I remembered back to when I was a software engineer for NASA. We were putting in some long hours (requirement drift) on the IMARS project that definitely called for copious quantities of caffeine.
Features of the Cosori Coffee/Tea Warmer
- Simple button control. All you need is the on/off, raise temperature, and lower temperature buttons.
- The digital temperature read-out is large and easy to see (I take my glasses off at my desk in my home office).
- It’s available in two models — the one with only the warmer and another one that comes with a stainless steel mug. I opted for just the warmer because many of the Amazon reviews mentioned that metal conveys too much heat to the lips.
- It’s easy to switch between centigrade and Fahrenheit.
- The heating surface is 3 1/2 inches across, enough real estate to accommodate most mugs.
- It is called automatic because of a button, called a gravity induction switch, on the bottom. When the weight of the mug is on the surface and the warmer surface remains active. Pick up the mug and the read-out will flash. The temperature will be maintained for 60 seconds.
- It automatically turns off after 8 hours as a safety feature. Surprisingly, many other brands do not have this feature. Yes, I did my homework; I’m one of those poor souls that can easily get side-tracked.
- It is made of brushed stainless steel rather than plastic so it won’t eventually warp and discolor from the heat.
The verdict? I’ve been using this Cosori automatic coffee warmer every morning for a week now. No troubles and it works as advertised. Thumbs up. Yes, I could have saved a few bucks but the features listed above swayed me. And my after-lunch caffeine fix? I have a mug of cold brew coffee. The cooled-off Cosori makes a nice coaster.
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About the Author:
Kelly R. Smith is an Air Force veteran and was a commercial carpenter for 20 years before returning to night school at the University of Houston where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science. After working at NASA for a few years, he went on to develop software for the transportation, financial, and energy-trading industries. He has been writing, in one capacity or another, since he could hold a pencil. As a freelance writer now, he specializes in producing articles and blog content for a variety of clients. His personal blog is at I Can Fix Up My Home Blog where he muses on many different topics.