KOPI Self Heating Mug with Wireless Charging Pad

KOPI self heating mug not only serves you a perfect cup of coffee or tea, but also charges your Qi-enabled smartphone with a double-purpose wireless charging pad. Like the idea? Let’s have a look.

KOPI Self Heating Mug with Wireless Charging Pad

The KOPI is a beautifully crafted temperate control mug that weighs 10 oz. As we can see from the images, the mug shows off an elegant and minimalistic appearance design defined by the smooth contours, simple lines and monochrome exterior. Meanwhile, it’s crafted out of high quality ceramic and hand fired by skilled artisans, which guarantees a long future of usage.

KOPI Self Heating Mug with Wireless Charging Pad

The ceramic mug is designed to hold 12oz, and it perfectly works with a custom double-purpose wireless charging pad with the advanced metallic bottom layer, so when you place the mug on the pad, it can heat up your beverage through electromagnetic energy, keeping your coffee/ tea at the perfect drinking temperature for a much longer amount of time than any traditional mug.

KOPI Self Heating Mug with Wireless Charging Pad

Furthermore, the pad works as a regular Qi-enabled wireless charging pad that offers up to 10W output, and it also features auto on-off and switch between charging mode and heating mode. The ultra-slim rounded form factor and two optional materials bring minimal modern aesthetics into your room. In addition, it comes with multiple optional accessories that help you brew a perfect cup of coffee or tea, including a titanium coated coffee/tea filter, a glass pitcher and a titanium coated scoop, a titanium stir stick, and a canister.

The team behind KOPI is raising fund for the product on Kickstarter. We can pledge $60 to preorder the self heating mug with a wireless charging pad. The bundle will be shipped in August 2019.

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