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Fender Guitar Amp Coffee Mug Cranks Your Caffeine Buzz to 11

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You know what I love? Cool coffee mugs. You know what I hate? Cool coffee mugs that are ruined only by a square-shaped lip or other weird shape so that your drink all lands on your chest instead of in your mouth. That’s what we have here it seems.

On one hand, this officially-licensed Fender coffee mug from Paladone was designed to look like a classic Fender Twin Reverb guitar amp. That’s pretty damn cool. That weirdly shaped lip, not so much, thanks to the flat face of the mug. They call it “oversized”, but it doesn’t look that huge. I just can’t drink out of these weirdly shaped mugs, so this one will be for guests, so I can watch them wet themselves with their drinks.

But it does look awesome. We need to up the technology in our mugs. This one would be even better if it played some music when it got hot. I’d like to be able to adjust the volume too. Is that too much to ask? Meanwhile, scientists are building killer robots that do backflips and stuff. You guys have your priorities all wrong. Do robots later, and get to work on mugs that can play music.

[via The Awesomer via Geekologie]



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