Start your morning in a fit of primal fear with a zombie mug featuring a makeup job worthy of "The Walking Dead."
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With Ember Technologies' new Ember mug, you set the temperature of your beverage using an app on your phone.
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Everyone has rough days, but these new Calamityware porcelain coffee mugs remind you that no matter how badly your day is going, it could almost always be going worse.
Turn every sip into an epic adventure with a mug shaped like a d20 die, complete with a lid to keep the heat in and your enemies out.
Using a heat-activated e-ink display, the design on the Paulig Muki coffee mug can be changed at any time. Users upload photos using a mobile app.
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