This wonderful coffee mug, available over on Human, is the perfect way to show your love of the Legend of Zelda games without hitting your co-workers over the head with your obsession. The $19 mug is wrapped in a cartoony collage of items and treasures found in the games, and if coffee isn't what you use to replenish…
Video game worlds are littered with health packs, energy potions, even random piles of food that your character can take advantage of for a quick energy boost. At most offices, though, the only power-up you're going to find is a pot of coffee—and even when it's stale and awful that shot of caffeine can revive you…
If your office doesn't pay for a cleaning service, and every employee is left to wash their own dishes, you'll want to maximize every cup, plate, and spoon you bring to work. So when it comes to caffeine you might want to swap your current mug for this $14 double-duty alternative that holds 5.5 ounces of coffee, or…
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but why just feed your body after you've rolled out of bed in the morning? Feed your mind, too, with ThinkGeek's heat-sensitive color-changing Higgs Boson mug which enlightens you with details about the Large Hadron Collider and what it's hunting for.
If there are kids in your future, so is one of those mugs with a picture of your children on it. But wouldn't it be great if that image could be updated as they grow up? That's exactly what the Muki mug from Paulig promises, thanks to an e-Ink display powered by your piping hot coffee.
When you're running a large corporation and trying to keep frivolous costs under control, it makes sense to keep the heating as minimal as possible during the cold winter months. And if you happen to find yourself working for such an employer, this mug will help your hands from freezing.
If you've already tired of the hundreds of games on your smartphone, here's another way to kill time on your long morning commute—and possibly even finally beat your caffeine addiction. This double-walled insulated mug features a series of mazes on the outside that has you skillfully piloting a ball bearing through…
If you've ever struggled to keep your drinks in their receptacle at the beach, this concept will have your pretty excited: Screw Cup is a mug that can be driven into the ground to help it stay upright.
Harnessing the complex hydrodynamic properties of surface tension, this brilliantly re-engineered mug features a strategically engineered reservoir running around the circumference of the vessel's outer wall. Or, in other words, designer Kim Keun Ae added a groove that cleverly catches drips before they hit the table.
You know that scene in movies where a character has a sudden realization and their coffee cup dramatically slips from their fingers and crashes to the floor? That, in theory, would never happen were the characters using these Crux Mugs, which employ an artificial climbing hold for the handle.
Awww, now isn't this precious? You can throw out all those mugs your kids had made with their pictures on the side because these Mugtails take adorable to a whole new level. Available with a variety of different animals on the side with their tales forming the handle, these mugs are so sweet you'll never need sugar in…
Thanks to the geniuses at ThinkGeek your coffee isn't the only thing you can completely fix to your liking in the morning. The store's new 12-ounce Build-On Brick mug is covered in studs and detents so you can accessorize and customize it with your favorite building toy—which of course always means Lego.
Single serve French presses are far from a new innovation, but with the Minibru you don't need a pile of separate hardware, or one of those ridiculous looking, over-engineered French press travel mugs. It's designed to look like a regular old coffee cup, and keep the brewing process simple.
You're just drinking your coffee, minding your own business when you look down your cup and spill all over yourself. Because what is that at the bottom, a lobster? Yes, it's a lobster. But never fear because it's just ceramic and it's supposed to be there.
Before you get too excited at the prospect of conveniently spraying hot coffee or other beverages directly into your mouth, this $16 insulated water bottle masquerading as an aerosol can is actually lacking any kind of propellants. So what could have been a revolution in refreshment, ends up being nothing more than a…
Maybe you care about the environment. Maybe you just want to look cool while enjoying your morning coffee. Or maybe you're just a total hipster. Whatever your motivation, Cuppow, a lid that will turn your jars into a travel mugs, helps you drink your beverages on the go.
You're probably not going to fool most adults into thinking these ceramic coffee mugs have actually sunk into a table. But kids are easy targets, and this sight gag is sure to blow their minds. Even if it's not April 1st.
The amount of friends you can make at an Oktoberfest celebration is directly proportionate to the number of pint glasses you can carry from the bar to your table. And with these clever stackable pint glasses, it's a lot.
Something it's nice to jazz up your morning cup of coffee or tea with, say, a stronger brew. Or maybe a little whiskey, hey-oh! But what about night vision scopes, laser targeting, and a tripod mount?