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Sorapot’s Glass Tea Pot: For The Tea Voyeur and Connoisseur

What makes the Sorapot Glass Teapot so special?


Made of 304 stainless steel, Pyrex and food-grade silicone, the Sorapot Glass Teapot holds just enough to make two cups of tea (or tea for two, if you prefer). The Sorapot’s stainless steel backbone is made the same way that jet turbine blades and space shuttle components are created. The Sorapot Glass Teapot provides the tea lover with a way to watch the tea brewing process with all the vicarious fascination of viewing a sunset.

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How does the Soropot Glass Teapot work?


The way it works is simple and innovative. You simply place the tealeaves in the glass pot and pour hot water in through the spout of the Sorapot Glass Teapot. Beautiful but not the most practical, as you must heat up the water in something else, but alas, what price the beauty of the tea making process and most sunsets?

Who created this innovative Glass Teapot from Sorapot ?


Deigned by Joey Roth, a former student of creative writing, his product designs now tell stories of their own. Innovative products and kitchen appliances are the perfect “characters” for his fictive dreams as he construct objects that convey ritual behavior. According to Roth, the uncoated metal will develop a particular sheen when you hold it and become more matte in some areas than in others, making each pot made from the Sorapot Glass teapot unique and truly your own.

For a mere $179 in US currency, the Sorapot Glass Teapot can be yours. Too expensive for a teapot? Well, for some the Sorapot Glass Teapot may not be their cup of tea, but for others, who’s to say?

M Dee Dubroff
International Innovations
InventorSpot.com

Comments
Jul 7, 2008
by M Dee Dubroff
M Dee Dubroff's picture

glass teapot

Hi there-

Thank you for your thoughts. It is very high-tech indeed.

Yours in Words,

M Dee Dubroff

Jul 7, 2008
by Anonymous

well

I think it's ugly sorry. Though with another design it might have been better looking.

Jul 7, 2008
by M Dee Dubroff
M Dee Dubroff's picture

Glass Teapot

No problem. It's just not your cup of tea!

(Sorry, I couldn't resist!)

Not everyone can like everything.

Thanks for your comment.

I appreciate it.

 

 

Yours in Words,

M Dee Dubroff

Aug 13, 2008
by Anonymous

Sourcing?

Where are the parts for this made? Where assembled?

With the vast majority of consumer goods made by Chinese labor, it behooves all of us to search for the best price on anything.

Since it's no longer about labor cost, It's all a matter of paying CEOs salaries.

=M0=

Aug 14, 2008
by M Dee Dubroff
M Dee Dubroff's picture

sourcing

You have a point.

Thank you for your comment. 

 

Yours in Words,

M Dee Dubroff