Posts Tagged: "Mug"

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Mighty Mug Will Never Fall And Spill

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We’ve all done it…spill a drink all over our desk at work or at home, ruining papers and even our devices like smartphones and computers. If you’re pretty accident prone, you definitely need the Mighty Mug, which will never tip over and spill its contents! The Kickstarter campaign for the...

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NOTA Coffee Mug Features Innovative Design

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In countries that use condensed milk in their coffee, a slight problem is posed if no saucers are available. Designer Lee Hae Seung Scott contemplated this problem and came up with his own solution, creating the NOTA Coffee Mug. He observed that the coffee and tea drinkers at the hawker center in...

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This LEGO Mug Builds Character in the Morning

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Coffee is the go to elixir to jumpstart most people’s day.  Me?  I prefer to challenge my brain by performing a somewhat complex activity.  Generally speaking this activity is cooking breakfast, showering, and brushing my teeth. Okay, so it might not be Rubik’s Cube complicated, but it gets the motor...

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Self Heating Coffee Mug

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Refrigerators aren’t all that uncommon in some of today’s cars.  They can keep beverages and snacks cold on a long car ride and pretty much all but ensure that your kiddies won’t get sick from turned mayo.  But hot drinks can take a serious backseat, that is unless of course...

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Travel Mug With Digital Picture Frame

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Well what do he have here?  Another take it or leave it product, this Travel Mug with Digital Picture Frame has a 1.5 Inch LCD screen and is capable of holding up to 45 digital photos.  The mug includes plug and play software and a USB cable for $25.  The...

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Heat Display Mug Lets You Recant Ghostbusters Theme Song Lyrics

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Heat sensitive mugs are nothing new, but the design aesthetic on this battery cell display cup is certainly Apple worthy.  Dreamed to reality by Art Lebedev, the mug effectively shows liquid heat levels above 96.8°F. The indicator display shows how much liquid is left by how many green bars remain...