The brains behind the Thermos brand easily could have remained content as the largest manufacturer of hot and cold containers. But Thermos isn’t interested in a lukewar...
The brains behind the Thermos brand easily could have remained content as the largest manufacturer of hot and cold containers. But Thermos isn’t interested in a lukewarm review but rather keeps evolving its product line.
The most recognizable Thermos product easily is what ironically most refer to as a “thermos,” the iconic product that became a household name for keeping things warm.
The Thermos name quickly became synonymous with that very product alone but the company has evolved in the last hundred years and began developing products for kids, water bottles and vacuumed-sealed mugs.
Kids’ items include leak-proof sippy cups – a godsend for parents – and even a line of decorative diaper bags. The vacuumed-sealed line from Thermos has become especially popular thanks to its practicality and presentation. Thermos managed to implement quite the novel idea: create something that works and looks good.
Quality is at the forefront within the walls of the Thermos factory as the iconic insulator promises that its material is safe and isn’t harmful. That’s why the BPA free claim is ultra important to the Thermos name. This chemical, typically found in plastics, is surrounded by a cloud of uncertainty as to whether or not it is safe for adults and kids.
Thermos doesn’t even bother dealing with BPA at all; they simply don’t use it.
Thermos’ products are sleek-looking and the brand has began developing a more designer look for lunch bags and its mugs, including licensing deals with Star Wars, Hello Kitty and Batman.
Thermos is so serious about its mission that it even includes a section on its web site about how to clean the products.
The licensing initiative, coupled with a credible, durable product line, showcases just how dedicated Thermos is to being the best and most innovative producer of insulated food and beverage items.