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Star Trek Coffee Mug Reveals the Enterprise when Hot Liquid is Added

by Shane McGlaun
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I know a bunch of people who can’t function in the morning without a few cups of coffee in their system. If you are one of these folks that needs your hot caffeine, and you happen to love Star Trek, I found your coffee cup. It’s called the Star Trek 20oz Ceramic Heat Change Travel mug and its fit for Captain Kirk himself.

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I’m a bit leery of the ceramic bit, that means one drop and you will be buying a new one. I would prefer aluminum, but hey, it has a drawing of the Enterprise that you can only see when hot liquids are inside. Actually, you can see the Enterprise when it’s cold inside too, only it’s a dark blue outline not white. It’s also got a spill-proof lid on the top, just in case the bridge on your starship comes under fire, you wouldn’t want your precious coffee to spill.

You can tell at a glance if your drink is hot or cold depending on what color Enterprise is. You can get your own Enterprise travel mug for $16.99(USD) at ThinkGeek.

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