Thermos Designed a Mug For the Slowest Sipping Tea Drinkers

It's supposed to be a beverage that you slowly slip and savor, but once you've brewed a cup of tea it's a race against the clock—and thermodynamics—to enjoy it while it's hot. A thick ceramic mug helps with that problem, but even better is the double-walled insulated engineering that went into Thermos' new tea tumblers » 12/12/13 3:41pm 12/12/13 3:41pm

Hydro Flask Vacuum Insulated Steel Growler Review: Big. Cold. Beer.

You take beer seriously. You want it as pure as it was the day it left the brewery—untainted with light and heat. You want the best beer possible, and you want to take your time drinking it. Do you want a 64-ounce wide mouth vacuum insulated stainless steel growler? » 9/07/12 5:00pm 9/07/12 5:00pm

Sleek Thermos Is a Tribute To Cutting-Edge 1980s Computer Graphics

When computer graphics was in its infancy—well before CG dinosaurs appeared—a simple 3D model of a teapot was used for testing software and new rendering techniques. And the simple lines of Normann Copenhagen's Geo thermos is reminiscent of that time when CG was comparatively primitive to what we see on screen today. » 8/29/12 3:00pm 8/29/12 3:00pm

You've Got Your Canon Lens Thermos Already, Now Get a Matching Mug

Whatever you do, don't pour coffee from your Nikon lens thermos into the Canon lens mug. You know those lenses aren't compatible without an adapter. Just $24, a few notes less than the Canon lens thermos. [PhotoJoJo via RedFerret] » 8/03/10 4:40am 8/03/10 4:40am

CIA-Style Hide and Seek: Exploding Notebooks, Suicide Needles, Rectal…

The freakiest thing about reading CIA gadget lore is that it's all real. The nerds working for the agency's Office of Technical Services were always devising and building gadgets to get people out of—or into—difficult situations. Here's a rundown of crazy stuff from the Spytech book, not necessarily stuff you'd carry… » 5/23/08 7:30pm 5/23/08 7:30pm