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Canon 300mm f/4 L lens turned into a mug

Posted in Canon by Conner Flynn on January 25th, 2011

Remember those lens mugs from awhile back that look like real camera lenses? Those were pretty realistic, but if you want something even more authentic, then how about a mug that was created from a real $1,300 Canon 300mm f/4 L lens?

Obviously the lens isn’t in working condition anymore, but it holds your favorite beverage. The proceeds from this sale will go to Premier’s Disaster Relief Appeal of Australia to help victims of the Australia flood. The lens/mug is going for $609 right now and could go higher.

Custom mug from your twitter profile pics

Posted in twitter by Conner Flynn on August 10th, 2010

If you are really addicted to Twitter, this is the mug for you. It won’t tweet or anything, but it will allow you to show off your inner geek, while showing off all the people you follow on Twitter.

So what if it doesn’t tweet. Neither does your current mug. You can make your own Twitter Mug over at CrowdedInk. Just enter your Twitter username and pay $15 bucks. Not bad right?

Art Lebedev’s Battery Mug tells you how hot your coffee is

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on April 28th, 2010

Pour your favorite hot beverage into Art Lebedev’s Battery Mug and the indicator on the side will show you how hot the liquid inside is, as long as it’s above 96.8°F. As you drink it, the green indicator will show you how much is left, and if its temperature gets too cool, the green indicators will fade to black.

Art Lebedev does it again, taking something familiar and making it even better. This mug is just $28. You need this right?

Mug for the blind prevents spills

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on August 9th, 2009

Mug for the blind prevents spillsFilling a mug is something that people with sight take for granted. For the blind it presents a challenge. Spills can happen when you can’t actually see the level of liquid. Of course clean up is challenging for us all and something that we would rather avoid if possible.

Well, this Braun Bell concept mug solves the problem in a unique common sense way. It chimes when the liquid hits one of three levels within the mug, allowing a blind person to know when their cup is filled to the level that they want.

Ergonomic coffee mug fits your lips

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on April 5th, 2008

Ergonomic coffee mug fits your lips
Here’s a mug designed with a thin contour at the top that’s slightly curved to conform to your lips. I can only speak for myself, but I’ve been consuming liquid beverages all my life and I haven’t found a need to buy myself a special cup due to unwanted spillage or slobbering all over myself.

But if you’re someone who can’t manage to drink your morning coffee without spilling it all over yourself, maybe this would help. A sippy cup is probably far more traditional, however. I would suggest that if you’re an adult and find yourself needing a special cup, then you probably need a special hemet as well.

2 carat ring mug: you shouldn’t have

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on February 17th, 2008

2 carat ring mug: you shouldn’t have
When you care enough to give the very least, you should consider the 2 carat mug. It comes in an oversized jewelry box, so when you present it as a gift, all she’ll see is the ring.

Then she will say, “You cheap bastard!”. Once she digs in the box she will find it attached to the mug and she will say again, “You really are a cheap bastard!” And she’d be right. This white porcelain lameness, with clear Swarovski crystal only cost you $17.99. You will be sleeping on the couch for quite awhile.

Coffee mug displays your feeds, plays clips

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on February 10th, 2008

The future of morning coffee
Having a smart coffee mug in the morning would certainly make life a whole lot sweeter. Imagine a mug that could have your stock quotes scrolling across it’s surface, or display a newscast right before your eyes as you pour your coffee in. It seems like Science Fiction, even now, but the day may not be that far off. This concept of a Yuno coffee mug PC boldly steers your morning ritual in that direction.

Computer chips are getting smaller and smaller, it’s not a quantum leap to envision a mug equipped with a touch-screen that would let you wake up away from the PC. It would let you display your own images as a screensaver or play a slide show while you’re taking your coffee break. The idea would be to have a complete PC on the mug.