September 23, 2009
We think this mug would both gross us out (and everyone around us), and remind us to brush our teeth. Each mug is hand carved to give the teeth that special uniqueness they deserve.
Via Gizmodo At MollaSpace
August 28, 2009
Maybe you think of tea when trying to dunk things into a cup, but we often think of coffee. We love to dunk a good cookie into a cup of single serve brew to make it a bit softer and more flavorful. The Mocha Dunk Mug fits the bill when it comes to dunking items being on hand for your coffee or tea - they're stored right in the bottom.
Via The Red Ferret Journal at Dunk Mug
August 17, 2009
We often take it for granted when filling up coffee cups or other liquid vessels - we can see how full they're getting unlike the blind. Braun has developed a coffee mug that plays a sound when the mug is full to the rim with single serve coffee. The Braun Bell concept mug plays a chime when the liquid hits one of three levels within the mug.
Via DVICE at Yanko
July 27, 2009
It's Monday, and we're often feeling a bit toxic towards the week ahead. We think this Toxic Coffee Mug is the perfect choice to tell others that there may be something very nasty in your coffee cup or at least inside the person holding it. You can purchase this coffee cup for $9.99 from , and then you'll be all set to pollute your week moving forward.
Via Foolish Gadgets at Toxic Coffee Mug
July 22, 2009
We often feel the need to warn anyone in our general area to let us finish our first cup of single serve coffee in the morning or BACK OFFF! Now with a set of coffee knuckles on the table they'll listen good. The mug is a mix of metal knuckles (we hope they make a brass version) and a curvy ceramic coffee mug. We love the concept, and think this will make an amazing gift this Fall when the Fisticup is available.
Via Foolish Gadgets at Fisticup
July 3, 2009
Recently, students at Israel's Shenkar Academy of Engineering and Design were asked to redesign the coffee ritual. From coffee cups that fit together, to the example above that relies on the shape of the coffee and sugar molecules to make the experience something new, most of the designs are pretty breath taking. And we love how all of the designs, turn the coffee ritual into something more like sculpture, art, and design all mixed together.
June 5, 2009
We love our travel cups of coffee, and we love a travel cup of coffee that can power our PSP, DS, or portable DVD player in the car even more. The Coffee Cup Power Inverter is a conveniently shaped power source that coverts your car's DC power into two 120-volt AC outlets. This coffee cup has a USB charging port providing 500mA of power. The unique coffee cup shape fits nicely in today's auto/boat/truck cup holders, preventing it from moving around inside your vehicle.
- 200 Watt inverter with 2 AC plugs and USB power port
- Provides 120 Volt AC power from any cigarette lighter socket
- 200W continuous/400W peak
- Fits into standard cup holders
- 18" cord * Overload protection and low battery shut-off
- Power 3 devices at once
Via Random Good Stuff at ThinkGeek
May 12, 2009
We love translucent LED looking stuff, and this mug feature that appear when you hold the mug against the light. This mug is entirely handmade, and the thickness of the wall is thinner where the cloud outline is - creating clouds inside and outside the coffee mug.
May 5, 2009
Here's a travel mug with something a little different - a digital photo frame is fastened to the side allowing you to share your photos with your co-workers and friends, and anyone else within sipping distance. Made of impact-resistant plastic and insulated with 18/8 stainless steel. 1Mb of memory lets you save 45 photos and carry them anywhere you go.
- Analog & Digital Clock Display
- 1-1/2” Digital Color Display
- Built-In Plus-n-Play Softwarre
- Built-In Rechargeable Lithium Battery
- Upload: both BMP and JPG images
- Back Light Control
- Compatible: Windows 2000 and XP
At Digi-Mug - Digital Photo Frame Mug
April 21, 2009
Starbucks has entered the instant single serve coffee market with their Starbucks VIA Ready Brew 10-oz. Tumbler, and accompanying single serve coffee packets. In order to review this travel mug and instant coffee, we decided to test it out in the wild for a few mornings on our ride into the Single Serve Coffee headquarters. The Ready Brew packets fit inside the mug, and you'll need access to hot water when using this travel mug.
We didn't have any issues when prepping, as we have a hot water dispenser in our kitchen, but we expect some people to need to use this at work where your water cooler has instant hot or the like. Mixing the Ready Brew Italian Roast is pretty simple, but make sure you put the packet of coffee in prior to putting in the hot water. One of the things we do like about the tumbler design is the ability to store packets in the bottom, but as we will later disclose - this makes the bottom of the tumbler too large for most drink holders in your car.
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