Fraunhofer Institute scientists have invented The Perfect Coffee Mug: One that absorbs the heat from your beverage, making it go down to a perfect temperature, and then releasing it slowly to keep it at that exact temperature for 30 minutes.
Though I've never tried it, I guess coffee just doesn't taste as good coming out of an aluminum bag. That's the only reason I can think of for inventing this astronaut coffee cup.
Why drink Joe from a normal mug when you can tease coworkers with this hilarious gravity-defying fused three-cup stack day after day, and get more coffee per serving while you're at it? Who knows, maybe this will serve as the icebreaker you need to chat up that latte-swilling hottie in Finance. If this were ours, we'd…
This basic coffee mug can also function as an optical computer mouse. I'm sure the ergonomics aren't the greatest, but it will keep your hand warm and give you something to impress everyone in the office with. It is still a conceptual design right now, but expect the MugMouse to be hitting the crappy gift stores…
Do you still think there's no such thing as global warming? This $10.95 coffee mug will graphically demonstrate that abstract concept for you, because when you pour a hot liquid into it, Florida disappears, half the eastern seaboard is underwater and shorelines recede all over the world.
Do your kids and annoying house-guests just refuse to use a coaster? Give them one of these stamp mugs with an interesting floral patter on the base. These mugs come in two different designs that interlock in a few places so you can go nuts, stamping away at your gorgeous coffee table.