September 2, 2005

The Balance Coffee Cup

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We love our travel mugs, cups with covers, and all things stainless steel, but the big issue is you is can never see inside them and you never really know how hot, or how empty your coffee really is.

The Balance Cup, designed by Carl Martens, bypasses this problem through a slight variation in weight between opposite sides of the cup. The cups sit askew on the table, and as you fill it up, the balance changes, and the cup straightens up - so you can always tell when they need a top-up. The Balance Cup has a double wall and hollow body that keeps contents at their original temperature. Only bummer? Not dishwasher safe.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at September 2, 2005 9:46 AM
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strange.. looks sorta like a candle holder :)


Posted by: Jeffrey Spencer at September 2, 2005 12:25 PM
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