Hey Joe Coffee GoJoe-The World's First Battery Powered Self Brewing Coffee and Tea Mug
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- Fill with water at any time, when your ready, insert the pod and press the button for fresh brewed coffee anywhere
- With updated, more powerful, battery to last longer and brew hotter
- Turn heads everywhere you go with the cool design and smell of fresh coffee
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The world's first smart mug. The only coffee mug on the market that allows you to brew your coffee at the push of a button. Anywhere. Anytime. No wires necessary, outside of re-charging your battery. The first of it's kind!
From the Manufacturer
Right now the single serve market accounts for approximately 24% of coffee drinkers. Unfortunately the primary medium for single serve coffee is plastic. As a team of outdoor enthusiasts, we aim to provide the stepping stones for sustainability with our friendly coffee pods.
A motherboard inside the mug ensures the water is quickly heated to the perfect drinking temperature. Once you have finished brewing your coffee, you can detach your battery to recharge while you drink directly from your mug.
The average person spends approximately $1,100 on coffee annually. Hey Joe Coffee would cut down on the average cup per day by 78%.
Describe your product in 3 words.
Brew Coffee Anywhere
How did you come up with the idea for this product?
The idea was born from necessity. A simple "Why doesn't this exist? Wouldn't that be great?" turned into a reality.
What makes your product special?
It is truly the world's first battery powered, wireless, self-brewing coffee mug. The first smart mug to hit the market, that allows you to enjoy coffee anywhere, anytime. It's that simple.
What has been the best part of your startup experience?
Working with a lively team of great people and having the opportunity to consistently watch our collective ideas come to life.
Top Customer Reviews
If you buy this, you'll probably throw it away in disgust, or return it only for the manufacturer to throw it away. I'm sorry the makers spent two years trying to build this, and this incompetent product was all they had to show for it. Now, from the looks of all these bad reviews and the brand hit they took, it is all but guaranteed that this product is doomed and so is the company the creators tried to start.
Save your money, save the environment.
It's sad that it's so crappy because this was such a great concept. I hope no one else makes the mistake of wasting their money on an item they won't be happy with.
This isn't a coffee brewer by any informed definition.
Shipping box was fine. Inside that, the brewer box was fine but the pods box damaged. Inside the brewer box, the product was fine but the cardboard holding it was damaged.
The battery requires the supplied proprietary battery charger - no USB charging as promised (and the norm today for "portable" devices). Now I have one more unmarked charger to keep track of. At least the battery came charged.
The brewing mechanism is preposterous: put the grounds (pod or loose) in a metal sieve, then pour cold water in. That alone is a major "NO" for brewing tea or coffee. It means you have to start brewing immediately lest you wreck the flavor by prolonged soaking... But then you wreck the flavor by heating the water with the grounds already in.
This isn't coffee brewing. It's closer to tea brewing, but a tea snob would be outraged by this as much as this coffee snob is.
The result is... vaguely coffee flavored lukewarm water.
As you drink it, the warm water continues soaking the grounds, further ruining the flavor. Well, that's if you didn't take out the grounds/pod, which now you have to dispose of immediately - so much for a "while you're commuting" brewer as originally implied/promised.
The size and weight was understood from the start. You're not taking this thing camping. It's big for the sub-10oz volume brewed. It's heavy.
I AM a coffee snob. I know the nuances of how a decent cup is brewed. This thing was designed by someone who knew nothing about making coffee - made worse by him apparently ignoring all the informative feedback made clear all along the design process.
The Hey Joe Coffee Mug is ... awful.
Get an AeroPress instead.