Each mini-rocket costs $US40, which is a little steep for a glorified ceramic thimble, but the cost doesn’t negate the fact that they’re pretty cute. I mean, come on, it sits on its little fins. And it gets bonus points for being made with a 3D printer. They hold 60mL each, or enough for a single shot of espresso. So if you’re particularly tired, you might be filling up a few times a day. In my imagination, this is what Neil Armstrong is sipping from. [Shapeways via SwissMiss via Uncrate]
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