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USB Powered Coffee Mug Warmer

Discussion in 'Tech Talk - Gadgets, Gizmos and Technology' started by James_F, Mar 22, 2003.

  1. James_F

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  2. Chaos

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    Finally, when someone calls tech support and says their cup holder is broken, they may be right!
     
  3. gcutler

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    I want a little more out of capitalism than that!!! :p
     
  4. James_F

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    Someone saw a need and filled it. :bang
     
  5. gcutler

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    With Warm Coffee, Literally!!!
     
  6. Scott Greczkowski

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    You mean my CD Rom drive is not a coffee cup holder? Damn I wondered why the last one broke when I put that 32 oz cup of java up there. :)
     
  7. Mike123abc

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    I wonder how long it takes to warm up. I take it that it does not heat but instead tries to maintain temp as shown on the graph it still cools down slowly over 90 minutes.
     
  8. Mike123abc

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    Next they will have you pour your coffee into a tube that circulates it next to the CPU to heat it up.
     
  9. James_F

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    Mike,

    I think that shows how long your battery lasts... :lol:
     
  10. Bogy

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    This reminds me of a "Windshield defroster" I got for Christmas. I was skeptical, because the wire between the plugin and the "defroster" looks to be in the 24 gage range. Sure enough, the day came I tried it. Well, it doesn't make a bad scraper, but defroster, HA. :D
     
  11. Mike123abc

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    Yeah I had one of those "defrosters" that plugged into the cigarette lighter. I think the best it could do was to keep from freezing to the window. I do not think it ever activily melted any ice.
     
  12. gcutler

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    You're obviously not using the Winsheld defroster properly, I had one when I lived in Miami Beach and never had a problem. :p
     
  13. Mike123abc

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    Well I have to admit it worked much better when I moved from Massachusetts to Texas. Suddenly it worked like a champ!
     
  14. Bogy

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    It's been working much better the past few days. :D
     

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