Mellow out with a nice cup of tea or share with friends after a long day of fighting together with these Dragon Ball Z molded mugs. This set of four features mugs with King Kai Kanji, Goku’s Kanji, The Capsule Corporation Logo, and, of course, a Dragon Ball design.
Dragon Ball Z Mini Molded Mug 4-Pack $24.99
If you’re a space geek that drinks fluids, there are a surprising number of drinkware options at your disposal. Now you can add these Nebula Glasses to your collection.
This Nebula Glasses Set lets you start your day gazing on the wonder of space as captured by NASA’s telescopes. These glasses are decorated with four nebulae: the Veil, the Butterfly, the Helix, and the Seahorse. (We’re using their friendly names because, “Pass me the glass with the image of the nebula near NGC 2074” is too complicated a request before coffee.) Each holds 10 ounces, but if we end up in zero-g, all bets are off.
Nebula Glass Set ($24.99)
The baristas at the Target Redlands branch of Starbucks got into the Pokémon Go fun in a big way with a wide array of Pokémon-themed drinks. As you’ll see in the pictures below it looks like these baristas are Harry Potter fans as well. I’m beginning to think that this might be the funnest Starbucks location of them all. [click to continue…]
Equipped with space for 20 oz of joe, this mug will display two different images depending on temperature. When cold, it will feature red supergiant V838 Monocerotis, which is 20,000 light years from Earth on the edge of the Milky Way. When warm, a light echo of the star’s stellar outburst will appear.
The images featured on the mug were captured by the Hubble telescope in December 2002. It was revealed that V838 Monocerotis was 600,000 times brighter than the sun at its peak. However, simultaneously handling coffee and a significant astronomical event has its limits, and it this case that means the mug can’t enter the microwave or dishwasher.
This Is Not A Supernova Heat Change Mug ($14.99)
Before raiding a dungeon, it’s always good to prepare. Of course, that means packing plenty of mana and health potions. Strangely enough, both of these potions taste a looooot like bourbon.
Mana And Potion Flasks: ($20.00)
These Star Trek LCARS coasters are awesome. Now, if you throw these Isolinear Chip coasters into the mix you’ll have the most advanced coffee table in the fleet.
Star Trek LCARS Coaster 2-Pack ($14.99)
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Although Goat Story designed this unique horn mug a tribute to a flock of goats that accidentally discovered coffee, it also bears the appearance of a powder/drinking horn, which will help present your morning joe as ammo for the day. The Goat Story Mug started as a Kickstarter project, and we’ve featured it in the past from overseas retailers, but this is the first time it has been made available in the U.S. on Amazon.
The 16oz mug is available in black and white and can easily transform into a stand for placement on flat surfaces. It also includes a set of two straps that is said to make on-the-go transport “a blast”. Check out additional pics below. [click to continue…]
The Off To The Races Coffeemaker combines a racing helmet with a drip coffee machine and a heaping helping of wordplay.
The device will reportedly help you “start your engine” with “high-octane fuel” that will eliminate the need for “AM pit-stops” while heading for the “commuting checkered flag”. It will also force you to repeatedly explain to guests why you keep a helmet on your kitchen counter. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
In the Star Trek universe, Isolinear chips are perfect for storing large amounts of data, but they make terrible drink coasters. I mean, if you spill a little Andorian Ale on a chip, and all is lost. So, play it safe, and use these isolinear chip coasters instead. They look just like the real thing, and they’ll help prevent water rings on your captain’s chair.
Star Trek Isolinear Chip Coaster 2-Pack: ($14.99)
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Woah…WOAH! Hold up there. Only authorized personnel are allowed to operate this highly advanced “Beverage Containment System” (BCS). There’s all kinds of secret technology built into this thing, so it requires a high-level security clearance. I mean, the Starfleet insignia is in gold holographic print. Do you even know what it is capable of? DO YOU? Just prey you never find out.
‘Star Trek’ Beverage Containment System ($14.99)