Gotta have my coffee in the morning, I get up before everyone else to just have my coffee in peace before I start the day. Up for review today I’ve got a cup or mug that can be used for coffee but it’s a different kind of cup as this one looks exactly like an SLR lens right down to the clear lens like lid. It’s great cup, I like it, it’s unique and interesting. Read on to learn more…
Product Name and Info:
-Brand New Camera Lens 24-105 mm 1:1 Coffee Cup Mug. Compact and inventive mini Camera Lens design. Made of food grade plastic, Stainless Steel, safe for drinking.
-Stainless steel interior. Transparent lid, fully closes. Scale 1:1
-98% similar to the Original 24-105mm f/4 L IS Lens. The AF/MF button & Stabilizer On/Off.
-Comes with a holding bag & OmeGod Wristband as free gifts.
1. Dimensions (H*W): 5 3/4″ x 3″
2. Color: Black
3. Cubage :12 oz.
4. Material: Food grade plastic & Stainless Steel
Price: $10.99 (from Amazon at time of review)
Let’s start off with a video unboxing and then move on:
The OmeGod SLR cup comes in a nice looking box and it’s packaged well. Inside you’ll find the cup wrapped in plastic, a rubber bonus bracelet and even a nylon drawstring style carrying bag so you can take the cup with you and protect it. I’m not sure about using the bag for the cup but I’m sure I can find another use for it.
My favorite part is this cup is the lid, it’s see-through and it looks like a lens really. You can see what’s in the cup and you can really see how much you have left. Heavier cups like these can be hard to really gauge by feel how much is left in them until you’ve had them for a while, but this lid let’s you see how much you’ve got left in there.The lid does have a rubber ring on the underside to make sure it seals tight against the cup.
The inside of the cup is stainless steel making it easier to clean and it shouldn’t stain either.
On the sides are two ribbed rubber rings for grip, they do come off to clean the cup more thoroughly if need be. The cup really does look like a camera lens but nothing actually moves. The switches etc look like they should move and I actually tried to move them, but they don’t. All in all it does look real. It’s about 5 1/2 inches tall with the lid on and about 3 1/4 inches across.
The base is thinner than the rest of the cup and it’s not non-slip, but I’m not sure it’s that much of an issue though. I’ve had no problems with it.
I’ve bought many coffee cups over the years and I’ve thrown the majority of them in the garbage because they don’t actually seal. I’m not talking about the cup and the lid, what I mean is between the inside liner and the outside of the cup doesn’t seal correctly. I wash the cups and there’s water between there and that’s not good in my opinion. I have not had this problem with this cup though, it seems to have a very good seal between the liner and the outer shell.
It’s a great cup, it doesn’t leak and it seems to keep my coffee warm for as long as my other cups do.
+See through lid
Disclosure: This product was given to me for review by the company for review purposes only, and is not considered by us as payment for the review; we do not, never have, and never will, accept payment from companies to review their products.