The YeCup Is The Ultimate Mug

This is a mug that can seriously do it all – seriously we’re not joking this mug does everything – from telling you when your drink is ready to helping you to take the perfect selfie the YeCup has got you covered. We have made a list of some of the mugs coolest features and believe us when your finished reading you’ll want one too.


  • From the app on your phone, you can tell the YeCup to start boiling the contents of the container, which means your tea/coffee/whatever will be ready whenever you want it.
  • The app will then send you an alert informing you when the contents are ready to be consumed, so there’s no guessing if it’s good to go.
  • There’s a built-in phone charger that can recharger your phone twice a day.
  • The YeCup has a built-in button prompt which connects to your iPhone to allow you to take selfies.
  • Just look how happy the woman in that advert is. Don’t you want to be that happy?


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