Pop-up Museum and NEW Product Range by Thermos





Thermos exhibits showcase - general

We went along to the Museum’s first stop and were shown an exclusive showcase of rare imported artifacts from Thermos. From a plaque given by Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain to Thermos to metal vacuum-insulated bottles from the 1910s, take a trip down memory lane and rediscover nostalgic products that may have inspired and nourished your parents and grandparents over the years.

Consumers can check out the pop-up museum’s retail corner for quality deals and promotions on Thermos products.

Thermos Pop up Museum and retail corner 2

The Thermos pop-up museum is currently at OG Albert Complex until 15th October 2014.


The NEW Sports Range by Thermos is designed to ensure we stay hydrated and refreshed when we need it most. Coming from recent research by Thermos at Yokohama National University, sports physiology researchers found that hydration between 5°C to 15°C is especially beneficial for people who play sports. The temperature is effective in helping the body absorb liquids to cool down the body more quickly, and helps maintain sports performance and prevent heat stroke.


The Thermos FFZ Series is available in 3 sizes 0.5L, 0.8L and 1L. The one-push open button and washable sling pouch makes for fuss free hydration when on the go and our cold beverage will stay at 10°C or lower for up to six hours.

TS-400 (MS) Straw greyBG

We also like the new Insulated Stainless Steel Straw bottle. This will be ideal for the busy lady at the office desk who needs to keep cool and hydrated. The design is, we find, very elegant.


The Thermos sports range also features smaller sized bottles in colourful choices for children. The FFG Series is ideal for children due to it’s leak-proof drink spout with a push button and locking ring. Coming along with a washable bottle pouch, children can sling their bottle to keep their water with them at all times.



For more information, visit www.thermos.com.sg



About Author

Clare Victoria...British born and a Yorkshire girl through and through, Clare left the familiarity of home many moons ago. Having lived, worked and experienced the highs and lows of being a foreigner in both France and Singapore, Clare has grown into a truly international lady. Her passion is writing about anything that will interest, enlighten and offer inspiration to her readers.

1 Comment