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Caniam Camera Lens Coffee Cup, Travel Mug - Camera Eos 24-105Mm Model Stainless 400Ml Thermos
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- The coffee mug is made of food grade pvc plastic materials and stainless steel mug interior. The mug
- Cup comes with a screw-off lid with thumb slider; liquid capacity is 12 ounces (400 ml)
- The travel mug is a coffee CUP made to look like a camera lens
- The camera coffee lens cup is great for yourself, or it makes an awesome gift for your friends, class
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Coffee Mug - Camera Lens Travel Thermos - Stainless Steel Insulated Cup with Easy Clean Lid - 13.5oz - Black - Go with Premium Stainless Steel Spoon Bonus_uHome
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|Item Dimensions||10.5 x 10.5 x 15 in||3.9 x 5.91 x 3.9 in||—||3.7 x 5.9 x 3.7 in||3 x 3 x 9 in||3.1 x 3.1 x 5.5 in|
|Material Type||plastic||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||stainless-steel|
|Size||1 Pc||12 ounce||13.5 ounce||16 oz||11oz||—|
|Volume Capacity Name||12 ounces||12 ounces||13.5 ounces||—||—||12 ounces|
Material: Stainless steel and plastic Made of Food grade PVC plastic materials and Stainless Steel Mug interior Dimension: (L x W x H) 10.3 x 10.5 x 15 cm Color: Black.anti-leaking design. best quality. 2 yrs. manufactory warranty.
Top Customer Reviews
-visually appealing an intriguing.
-can only tell it's not a camera lens on very close inspection; this was actually one of the main reasons I bought this... drinking coffee is frowned upon at my work site, and this allows me to hide in plain sight!
-decent at heat conservation.
-pretty small size, contains less coffee than the average mug.
-leaks just a little when tipped over, so you can't just throw this into your bag, has to stay pretty upright.
-packaging looks very cheap, which could be a minus if you are planning to give this as a gift.
Over all, I was satisfied with this purchase and it served my nefarious purposes well. Would recommend.
In terms of using it as a thermal cup, it works nicely - smaller volume than my typical big gulp of a coffee mug, but it does the trick. I keep it at the office as a conversation piece and for quick trips to the coffee machine.
As most other reviewers have noted, it doesn't hold a whole lot -- it's pretty much 12 oz. as described. The inside cup is metal, and the outside shell is plastic, with removable rubber bands to simulate the focus and zoom rings. The thermos space between the outside shell and the inside cup is not a vacuum, only air, so it's not going to keep your drink at temperature for as long as a "real" Thermos will, but it'll hold temperature for quite a bit longer than a plain paper or plastic cup. As I mentioned, the rubber rings can be removed, as can the little sliding lid over the mouthpiece, so you can give the cup a thorough cleaning when you want to. The little sliding lid is not super-leakproof, although it should save you in the case of an accidental quick tumble.
Now for the design flaw and the fix: a couple of reviewers have noted that their mugs somehow get water down in the innards, where they can hear it sloshing. Presuming the mug I received is a faithful representative of all of these mugs, it was very easy to see how water could get in. When I removed the lower of the two rubber bands for cleaning, I found a nice little perfect hole about 1/4" in diameter in the plastic shell. It appears this hole is left over from manufacturing. The rubber band helps protect it a little, but it would be very nice if the manufacturers would seal it up before selling it. Not a big issue for me, though, because I found it very easy to do myself. I simply took a neoprene washer, used a hole-punch to make a plug that would fit snugly into the hole, and glued it into place with superglue. I've included a picture with this review to show the finished product. In the absence of a neoprene washer and hole-punch, there are probably dozens of other ways to safely fill the hole, if you're willing to get creative. As a last resort, you could always glue the rubber band down around the hole.
If it weren't for that one flaw, I'd give it five stars. Once that was fixed, it became a great little mug. I handwash it, don't dare microwave it, treat it with the same respect I give to my other diningware, and in general have thoroughly enjoyed it.
Makes a wonderful gift to almost anyone (including yourself!) who likes photography, or even just novelty gifts. If you're giving it as a gift, I'd just recommend you fill the hole first if possible. Hopefully you'll find it as easy to fix as I did.
It does have a bit of a smell when I got it, so I just left it open to the air for a week or so, and the smell cleared up.