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NOTA Coffee Mug Keeps Spoons in Their Place

by Hazel Chua
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I’ve had the unpleasant experience of having the spoon hit the tip of my nose as I sipped my morning coffee. Of course, I could just take the spoon out and throw it in the sink, but I like stirring my coffee once in a while.

For years, this first-world problem has bugged people and injured noses more than you think. And at last, a worthwhile solution has finally emerged in the form of the NOTA Coffee Mug.

NOTA Coffee Mug

Contrary to what its name might indicate, the NOTA Coffee Mug is, in fact, a coffee mug. What sets it apart is the special groove that lets coffee, tea, cocoa, or [insert your preferred beverage here] drinkers take a sip without injuring their noses in the process.

NOTA Coffee Mug1

The NOTA Coffee Mug was designed by Lee Hae Seung Scott. If people can make stuff like the Shark Attack mug, then I don’t see why they can’t make this one happen.

[via Yanko Design]




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