Recharge with Art Lebedev's Temperature-Sensitive Battery Mug

Recharge with Art Lebedev's Temperature-Sensitive Battery Mug

Taryn Williford
Apr 28, 2010

During a slow morning or sleep afternoon, we use a nice, hot cup of coffee to recharge. But by some obvious omission of thought, we've never compared our cup of coffee to our iPhone's battery display. Good news for us: Somebody else did. Check out the temperature-sensitive Battery Mug from Art Lebedev

From tech-centric designer Art Lebedev (Just check out the list below to see a bevy of his other products), comes a coffee mug that takes "juiced up" to a whole new level.

Art knows that your iPhone is just a $500 brick if it hasn't had it's fix of sweet, juicy wall outlet power. Kinda like how we're just a pile of flesh in a cubicle until we get a cup of java.

This mug uses temperature-sensitive graphics to show you how full you'll be once you down the glass. The image becomes visible if you pour a drink hotter than 96.8 degrees Fahrenheit.

In Art's own words, "the fuller the mug, the more potent the battery."

You can grab one from Art Lebedev's online store for $28.

Via Ubergizmo


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