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April 30th, 2010

Electrolux Duo infuser uses nanotechnology for heating

Abstract:
Introducing the new generation of tea infusers, Mexican designer Emma Moreno has come up with an innovative infuser entitled the "Duo" that uses nanotechnology for heating, giving an entirely new meaning to the traditional way of making tea. The new infuser is simple to use, all you need to do is fill it up, turn it on and choose the heating level, and then put it into your cup where it heats up as soon as it gets in touch with hot water. Leave it there for a few minutes, before enjoying the refreshing cup of tea. Featuring a touchscreen interface with on/off and heating button, the Duo attaches the tea tag at the bottom cap to keep all the pieces together, while the transparent cover ensures that you see the whole process.

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