Jül Smart Mug

For most of us, coffee is a vital part of the day. But if it's so hot it scalds your tongue or so cold you have to force yourself to finish it just for the caffeine, it's a huge letdown. This is, unfortunately, the case with paper cups, ceramic mugs, and double-walled tumblers. The Jül Smart Mug by Power Practical lets you pick the temperature at which you want to drink your coffee and keeps it there to the last drop.

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