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Battery Thermokruzhkus Mug: When You Need a Drink to Power Up

by Hazel Chua

Weekday mornings are the worst ever, especially if you’re coming back from an awesome weekend. I find that it’s my mid-morning coffee break that helps me keep my sanity sometimes, and I just found the most fitting mug for it: the Battery Thermokruzhkus Mug.

It’s got the oddest name ever, but it also happens to the coolest mug that I’ve seen in a while. Basically, the mug features a power bar that goes up or down, based on your beverage’s temperature. Pour in steaming coffee, and watch the mug’s power indicator “light up” after a few seconds. As the brew cools, the power bar will also drop accordingly, reminding you to keep it filled to keep your energy (or senses) up.

Battery Thermokruzhkus Mug

The Battery Thermokruzhkus Mug is available from ThinkGeek online and retails for $14.99(USD).

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Comments (1):

  1. Tudor says:

    Just give me a mug that says the temperature instead of a nonsense battery metaphor and me love you long time.

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