It’s hard enough to limit your caffeine intake, and served up in this Star Trek TNG Borg Cube coffee mug, resistance is completely futile. The hive mind tells us to take ours black, with seven of nine sugars.
Each of these stunning wood mugs is handmade by Japanese craftsman Takahashi Kougei. The master woodworker turns castor aralia wood down to a thickness of just 2mm. Holds 9oz, and coated in food-grade urethane. Needless to say, it’s hand-wash only.
Hey Joe’s 14oz. mug is also a coffeemaker. It has a detachable battery pack and three temperature settings. You can use it with Hey Joe’s coffee pod as well as any ground coffee or tea. It can brew about three cups per charge.
Camera lens mugs are nothing new, but this one from Claybox has a cool trick up its sleeve. The mug extends or retracts like a real lens when you rotate its zoom ring. If you’re more of a Nikon fan, get this mug instead.
Affordable gifts that are still worthy of the moneyed Leica fan. These limited-edition coffee mugs sell for $35 and are based on Leica’s Noctilux-M 50 and Summarit-S 70 lenses. Call Leica USA to order.
This stainless steel mug has a thoughtful carabiner handle, so clip your favorite caffeine delivery cup to your belt-loop, hit the sheer rock face and celebrate your ascent with an espresso afterwards.