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LJUDLÖS Tea infuser, stainless steel

Price $ 4.99

How to get it

One of numerous tea infuser variations! Simply hang this one on the cup’s edge and let your favorite tea brew to preferred strength and taste – and you avoid stains on the table thanks to the container.

Article Number803.602.39

Product details

Practical tea infuser that hangs on the edge of your mug.

After using the tea infuser you can place it in the holder to avoid spills.


Mikael Axelsson

  • Wash this product before using it for the first time.

    The material in this product may be recyclable. Please check the recycling rules in your community and if recycling facilities exist in your area.

  • Material
    Stainless steel



Length: 5 "

  • LJUDLÖSArticle Number803.602.39

    Width: 4 ¼ "

    Height: 1 ¾ "

    Length: 6 ¼ "

    Weight: 2 oz

    Package(s): 1


Handy diffuserRoxaneWorks great for infusing a bit of flavor to dishes or making tea.5
Really Nifty!MargaretI love this little guy, it's genius! Now I don't need to have a saucer to set my old tea infuser on. This is so much easier to fill and allows me to add enough loose tea for large cups.5
LJUDLOS teaJoQuality is very good (stainless steel). I thought I would like the design but where the piping part sits on the cup I worry it will scratch my ceramic cups. Love the fact that it has a catcher for the drips, however, I wish it was a snap-on or a twisty (maybe too hot) because I don't need more clutter in the kitchen where I KNOW that small thing will just get lost in the drawer full of other "things".3
Perfect for a quick cup of tea.Ana G.It is the perfect size for a cup of tea. I love my tea pot but I don't always need so much tea. This fits all my mugs ! Makes clean up a breeze !5
Thought it was for coffeeAndreaIt does pretty good but I wanted it more for coffee4
Very disappointed - it’s tinyAnastasiaI follow a number of Youtubers in Asia, and many of them who tout IKEA products have this. My standard mesh style tea strainers constantly broke or rusted, so I thought I would try this, and it’s much smaller than the one in Asia. I can still use it, but I was expecting something large enough to make a small pot of tea instead of a single cup.2
Tea strainerJamieYou can brew loose leaf tea. Hold it over a cup or a pot. Has a strainer bottom where you can rest it once you are done using it. It's narrow so it fits alot of different sized vessels.5
Easier to use than theFlayveilaEasier to use than the one I have.5
Fun and practical items atSteveFun and practical items at reasonable prices.5
Love it!SILVIALove it!5
Awesome product for organic teaJuanAwesome product for organic tea5
Handy diffuserRoxaneWorks great for infusing a bit of flavor to dishes or making tea.5
Hot teaAmandaThis worked exactly like I wanted. In the mornings, I can now get a scoop of my looseleaf tea plop into some hot water, let it steep and have a delicious cup of tea with minimal effort and zero plastic.5
Makes the peppered t cup of teaMaryEvery time! This is my go to for my morning tea! The cup is an added bonus to avoid staining the counter tops!5
Super infuserBarbaraLove this little item for infusing single cups of tea. I had never seen one like this and I am a big tea drinker5
Really Nifty!MargaretI love this little guy, it's genius! Now I don't need to have a saucer to set my old tea infuser on. This is so much easier to fill and allows me to add enough loose tea for large cups.5
Great Tea StrainerKayI love the Ljudlos tea strainer with its little cup to catch drips. I had worried about it giving a metallic taste, but it does not. Fits over cup or teapot perfectly and is deep enough to ensure a good brew.5
Loose tea steeper and holderSusanThis loose tea allows steeping of tea to easily work. I will buy more as gifts5
tea fuel is greatStephanietea fuel is great5
Must haveVerified BuyerThis product comes in handy and the price is right and have plenty of quantity and quality product.5
LJUDLÖS Tea infuser, stainless steel

A better everyday one cup at a time

Have you had coffee or tea today? Statistically, you most likely have. In fact, these hot brews are the most consumed beverages in the world next after water. They’re a part of life that can give a silver lining to any moment. That’s why we decided to update our selection of products to make that perfect cup – from the tea infuser and the kettle to the milk frother.

Malin Ljungström, who was involved in developing the range, shares her insights. “To many, the smell of coffee and tea means well-being and a homey feeling. Since we want to improve people’s everyday, we’re offering products that make it possible for more to experience more feelgood moments at home.”

Developing things that make a difference

Malin and her colleagues dug deep into coffee and tea cultures to find out what tools people feel they can’t live without. They talked to specialists and investigated living, eating and drinking habits. “We wanted to develop items that make a difference, so we’ve focused on a few, but carefully selected products,” she states. The team cooperated with IKEA Test Lab in Älmhult, Sweden. It’s an IKEA version of a James Bond lab where prototypes are inspected and evaluated. “A couple of the things we checked were that the thermoses can keep fluids really warm for a long time. And that the glass mugs and glass pots are durable and comfortable, even though they look and feel light and airy,” says Malin.

For all tastes and different wallets

No matter how you enjoy your cup, you’ll find the things that put an extra flavor to your drink in the range. Another good thing is that there’s something for all wallets. “It’s one of our contributions to a better life at home. A way to improve people’s everyday one cup at a time,” concludes Malin.


What is stainless steel?

Stainless steel is found in everything from building structures and cars to sinks and knives. It’s easy to see why it has so many uses. Stainless steel is hard and durable and has good resistance to corrosion – namely rust. It generally has a low nickel content, and for IKEA products we mainly use stainless steel that’s nickel-free. Like many other metals, it can be recycled again and again to become new, hardwearing items – without losing its valuable properties.