An Electric Smart Mug Designed By Ember

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More than just a ceramic coffee mug.

Following on the footsteps of the successful Travel Mug, the new Ceramic Mug offers a convenient solution to keep coffee and tea at the perfect temperature. Designed by Ember, the mug blends the latest technology with elegant design. The minimalist mug boasts clean lines and a modern aesthetic, so it will look great anywhere, from a desk at work to a kitchen table at home. Ingenious and convenient, the electric smart mug maintains beverages at the right temperature, detecting liquids instantly without the need of pushing a button. Hint: it doesn’t have one.

The dedicated app allows the user to select a certain temperature and adjust it remotely, create presets for various types of beverages, or switch between Celsius and Fahrenheit. The user can also easily change the color of the power light to personalize the mug, a handy feature in an office filled with Ember fans. The charging coaster ensures that the mug has plenty of juice to keep your coffee just right when you need it the most. Made with a stainless steel core and a reinforced ceramic coating, the electric smart mug is safe to submerse into water completely, but it should be only washed by hand. Available now on the brand’s website, Ember Ceramic Mug has a price tag of $79.95 and comes with free shipping.

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