The travel mug has three interchangeable lids, for use as a tea infuser, a French coffee press, and normal mug duty. Its electric base automatically shuts off when the mug is removed or the water reaches a boil. It's pretty, it's functional, and using it will make Alton Brown smile. And that's really all there is to life, isn't it? [Quirky]
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