Taking your coffee or smoothie to work for lunch is a wonderful and frugal way to enjoy what you love. There’s no need to stop at the coffee shop and pay too much, when you can take a perfect cup of coffee with you from home. The Cauldryn coffee mug does a lot more than just carry coffee.
CAULDRYN COFFEE’s powerful heating element can do more than just keep your coffee hot. You can brew coffee, heat up soup, cook, even boil right in the bottle.
Use the simple arrow buttons on the bottle to set your temperature, or use the free phone app to control it from a distance. The app even has one touch settings for common tasks like brewing green tea, or cooking freeze dried food.
CAULDRYN COFFEE’s design is modular. That means that the battery and heating element are removable for easy cleaning, and the attachment of optional accessories like our blender that can chop ice. It turns your CAULDRYN COFFEE into a mobile smoothie/frozen drink machine. Other smart mugs (Ember and Yeti) don’t have these great options.
You can use CAULDRYN COFFEE’s powerful battery or the included plug in base to power it all day. The plug in base will still provide a wire free drinking experience. You can even use the optional Vehicle Base to power it from your 12V outlets.
With multiple power options and a spill-proof design, CAULDRYN COFFEE is made for people on the go.
Unlike other available passive thermoses (e.g., Yetti), CAULDRYN doesn’t keep your beverage so hot that you can’t drink it. What good is that thermos if your coffee is still 165 degrees seven hours later? With CAULDRYN, simply add your beverage and set the desired temperature. Your coffee will cool down to the desired temperature and keep it there all day long!
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