October 3, 2011

SpillNot No-Spill Coffee Mug Holder

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How many times a week do you carry your favorite single serve coffee beverage only to have it spill all over everywhere. The SpillNot mug holder will save you from spills with the magic of physics and here's how it works:

  • When you hold a cup of hot beverage, inertia keeps the liquid from moving. But when you walk, you create horizontal force, causing the side of the cup to press against the liquid, which then rises up and over the edge of the cup.
  • The flexible loop handle of SpillNot cannot deliver a lateral acceleration to the saucer or the cup. As the handle moves horizontally, the saucer and cup swing up slightly in the opposite direction, balancing everything out so the liquid stays in the cup.


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And if you're still on the fence here's a list of features that will get you in the non-spill world:

  • Genius invention that lets you carry a full cup without spilling it
  • Put the cup on the base, lift and carry SpillNot by the strap
  • You can even do tricks (with some practice, try outside first!)
  • Excellent gift for: science teachers, people who spill drinks a lot
  • Black plastic base with non-slip coaster and woven nylon strap

At ThinkGeek

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Posted by Jay Brewer at October 3, 2011 7:43 AM

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