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LED Milk Glasses: Half Empty or Half Full?


Dairy may have been demoted from the four basic food groups (it’s actually now one of the top six), but it’s still an important part of a well-balanced diet. The good news is that you can now enjoy as many glasses of milk as you want, with none of those pesky calories, carbs or fat.

That’s because these glasses aren’t actually filled with milk. Instead, they contain a white light-emitting diode and some AAA batteries – which I’ve been told have just as much nutritional value as dairy, especially if you’re a robot. The glasses light up when upright, and switch off when turned upside-down, and you don’t have to worry about crying over anything when you knock one of these over.

Even if you’re lactose intolerant, these whimsical light-up milk glasses are the perfect accessory for your kitchen or dining room. Okay, so they’re not actually made of glass (acrylic), they don’t contain milk (lights), and they’re actually a little too big to be a regular glass, but what really is what it says it is these days anyhow?

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Ready to down your recommended daily dairy allowance? Head on over to the Wholesale Forums and buy a batch for just $4.50 a piece.

[via Toxel via TechEBlog]

Comments (2):

  1. JonnyHolden says:

    I am actually in love with these…

  2. Burton says:

    3 AAA batteries for an “energy saving LED bulb”. That seems crazy. I love to buy rechargeable batteries, but that would cost an awful lot to get several of these guys.

    I think I’m going to be making my own lighting at this point. As cheap as that price is, I cannot in good conscience go and buy that many batteries, rechargeable or not.

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