Coffee… if you work in tech, chances are you like a nice hot cup of brew in the morning… or afternoon… or evening… However, if you’re like me, chances are you get a few sips and before you know it your cup of joe is lukewarm, or worse, cold. While you can get a thermal mug or other options that can keep your coffee or tea warmer longer TWINZ studio thinks they have the solution: an all-in-one self-warming coffee mug brew system with wireless charger.
The KOPI Mug is a smart, all-in-one self-warming mug + brew system. Made from super durable ceramic, KOPI’s base is inlayed with metallic particles that respond to an electric charge. When KOPI is placed on its wireless (waterproof) charging pad, the particles react via electromagnetic energy and heat your beverage to the perfect sipping temp. Plus KOPI uses wireless Qi technology, so it can juice up all your smart devices with wireless charging capabilities!KOPI press release
Not only does the KOPI Mug keep your coffee warm with its wireless charging pad but when not in use with the mug, you can use it to wirelessly charge your phone. As for your hot beverage? KOPI Mug will keep your drink at a steady 130°F/54°C and includes a lid to help ensure maximized warmth. During testing, in a 68°F/20°C room, the mug can keep your drink at or above 130°F/54°C for an hour-and-a-half with the lid, 30 minutes without. On that note, even without the lid, your drink will stay at or above 122°F/50°C for 90 minutes or longer.
KOPI Mug starts at US$60 for the Early Bird reward which includes the wireless charger. After those are gone, the price goes up to $72. There are also various combos available which include different combinations of:
- KOPI Self-Warming Mug, Wireless Charger
- Titanium Coated Coffee Filter
- Titanium Coated Tea Filter
- Glass Measuring Pitcher
- Titanium Scoop
- Titanium Stir Stick
- Ceramic Coated Canister – Small
- Ceramic Coated Canister – Large
- USB Power Adaptor & USB Type C Cable
TWINZ studio is hoping to raise $30,000 during their campaign with shipping anticipated in August. As with any crowdfunding campaign, there is a risk supporting them. We’ve recently heard about several that we’ve written about that have failed or are having issues. Our reporting on Kickstarter campaigns does not mean we support or are affiliated with them. Support at your own risk.Back on Kickstarter
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