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EastVita Travel Coffee Mug, 24-105mm
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- Food Grade Stainless Steel Interior Lining
- Open/Close Opening for Sipping while Lid is on so you can drink while traveling.
- Realistic Rubber Grip
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Material: Stainless Steel Thermos Interior and Exterior Food Safe. This is not cheap replica thermos of which exterior is made of PVC plastic. Ideal for drinking Coffee, Milk, Water, Fruit juice, Ice-cream, and etc., as you can imagineAAhis Lens Coffee Mug works just like a real travel cup because you can drink from the lid. It's better than some lens mugs that have closed off caps and can slosh out when moving.
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> I received a "Canium" not "Canon" travel mug from the Amazon Merchant "DANDN". It does correspond to the photo---but after a lot of photoshop work to make the printing look sharper, etc. It does not look nearly as good as the photo.
> However, it is "good enough" for the $8 I paid Amazon.
> As for the varying quality reported by some reviewers, this is undoubtably Amazon's fault. For the past several years Amazon has been "consolidating" listings, often combining "similar" but different products on the same page. Among other things, that makes reviews virtually worthless, because you don't know which product a particular review refers to. When you see ridiculous differences between the list price and the asking price be suspicious that these refer to different products jumbled together by Amazon.
I don't know if it leaks, or the lettering comes off in the dishwasher, etc.(as some reviewers have complained). I consider this to be a "novelty" item, to sit on a shelf, not to actually be used as a coffee mug.
I have the real 24-105 lens so I can say that it is the exact replicate apart from the AF/MF and Image stabilizer buttons (not moving in this one) The manual focus and zoom circles are good rubber replicates that offer a good grasping area. This is important especially when considering this mug has no handle. The most important feature for me is the steel interior. I am picky about what hot liquids touch and simple plastic can leak lots of chemicals so steel is a confidence. If you do not use the lid you can drink your stuff without getting it in touch with any plastic.
I think for the price it does not have a great thermos, but it is much better then regular porcelain or glass mugs as well. It doesn't feel hot to touch no matter how hot your coffee is and so we can say it does adequate insulation if not perfect.
The most problematic part is the narrow bottom. I know this is so for being an exact replicate but if you are not drinking it on a table or some sort of secured place you may tip it over easily. Additionally, it has been 2 weeks and yet the plastic smell from the external elements have not vanished completely. It might be the ruber rings or the plastic itself, I am not sure but still not funny. It does not say anything but I am sure it is dishwasher safe, however I do not trust the paint of the exterior so much so I wash it in hand without too much heat.
Overall, it is something you buy for fun and it is fun. Anyone who is interested in photography would like to have one as the cheapest 'lens' in their collection...
I can confirm that this travel mug is a 12oz mug that will fit your car's cup holder. The realism of this cup is incredible and well done. But now here is where I heed you my warning: Be careful on which buyer you choose! Some of them put a different label on the cap of the mug, while some actually put Canon label on the cap. I was fortunate enough to get the Canon one, but I am sure the logo won't matter too much. It is still a very unique piece to own (for yourself or as a gift).
I highly recommend this to coffee enthusiasts and photographers all around. This makes a wonderful conversation piece and hopefully you will like it as much as I did.