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We Tried The Disposable Coffee Lid Of The Future, And It's Actually Great

For all our crippling caffeine addictions, the disposable coffee cup is a highly imperfect art at best. Seattle-based company Vaporpath wants to change that with a total coffee cup lid overhaul. But is the fancy new redesign actually superior to its classic brethren? We decided to find out for ourselves.


Vessyl: A Cup That Uses Molecular Sensors To Track Everything You Drink

Ever wished you could keep track of what you’re consuming without keeping a detailed list? Meet Vessyl, a cup that can calculate detailed information about what your drinking — and sync that information with your fitness tracker and peripheral apps. The quantified self has officially made its way into our tableware.


Someone Finally Designed A Better Disposable Coffee Cup Lid

Given how much money the average person spends on coffee, why wouldn’t you want the best drinking experience possible? Even if it’s from a disposable cup? That’s what inspired a company called Vaporpath to finally redesign the disposable plastic lid and address many of the shortcomings of what we’re forced to use now.


This Mug Screws Into Soft Ground To Stay Upright

If you’ve ever struggled to keep your drinks in their receptacle at the beach, this concept will have your pretty excited: Screw Cup is a mug that can be driven into the ground to help it stay upright.


Why Haven't Mugs Told Us The Coffee's Temperature Until Now?

If you have $38 to spare and a few weeks to wait for delivery, Brando has a new temperature sensing travel mug that guarantees you’ll never again burn your mouth on scalding hot coffee — or accidentally sip a stale brew that’s gone cold.


Fight Bad Breath And Bathroom Clutter With This Toothbrush Cup

Counter clutter can be even worse in a bathroom, which is typically a lot smaller than a kitchen. And if you find yourself constantly battling to find room to store things around the sink, you’ll immediately see the genius behind this flippable cup that doubles as a way to rinse your mouth and a convenient spot to store a toothbrush.


Someone Finally Made A Better Paper Coffee Cup

As simple as it is, you’d think it would be nigh impossible to improve on the paper coffee cup. After all, as long as it holds coffee without leaking, what’s there to improve? Well, designers Hongseok Kim and Inhye Hwang found a way, by adding a tear-off stir stick to the paper handle.


Chiselled Chrome Coffee Cup Sets Your Latte Apart

Why wait in the Starbucks line for one of those pitiful paper cups over and over again when you can have this handsome chiselled tumbler to refill every morning?


This Reusable Coffee Cup Blends In At The Coffee Shop

How many coffee cups do you go through in a week? Probably way more than you should. JOCO’s 350mL reusable cup will keep your guilt at bay. And it looks just like one of the ones you’d be tossing anyway.


The Red Solo Cup Gets Classy

Because the classically versatile red Solo cup pretty much signifies party time, there’s something unclassy about downing anything but crappy beer and jungle juice from it. But what if the red cup’s design was converted to a wine glass? Or a martini glass? Or a chalice? Or a shot cup? Oh so classy now.