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Mighty Mug - The Mug That Won't Fall

By: on July 10, 2016
$16.99 - $29.99
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We've all done it: knocked over a cup of coffee / sodie / water / vodka tonic at work and ruined something important. Jayme Smaldone and his Mighty Mug cohorts blew out an important office computer with a spill. But instead of swearing and slamming doors and whining could their mamas please just make bacon mac 'n' cheese with Corn Flake topping for dinner about it, they developed a line of unknockable Mighty Mugs so such catastrophic events would never happen again.

Built with the team's patented Smartgrip Technology, Mighty Mugs guarantee that the occasional brushes, bumps, and whacks accompanying liquid consumption will no longer send your drinks flying. In addition, while Smartgrip suction creates an airlock powerful enough to resist lateral force and prevent spills, its pressure instantly normalizes when upward force is applied, and the airlock lifts easily. In other words, you can pick a Mighty Mug up and put it down like any other mug or glass.

Mighty Mugs began their journey o' lateral stability as insulated travel mugs, now available in 5 different sizes and styles. The Mighty Mug Go Stainless Steel is a double-walled, vacuum-insulated container that keeps beverages hot for 6+ hours or cold for 14+ hours. It holds 18 ounces of liquid. Mighty Mug Solos are 11- and 12-oz mugs made for people who want a coffee carrier that fits under a single-serve coffee maker.

Mighty Mugs also come in clear Ice cups, designed for summer sipping with lids and straws, and constructed with unbreakable, BPA-free Tritan plastic. They have 20-ounce capacities. The Mighty Mug Barware expansion includes surface-gripping-bottomed pint, wine, double old fashioned, and pilsner glasses. They too are made of Tritan plastic.

Check out the video review above to see Mighty Mugs in action. And, since it's racked up 10 million views on YouTube and Facebook this week, click here to purchase your Mighty Mug travel mug, barware, or cold cup before their limited supplies are all bought up.