Most would agree that lukewarm coffee has no place in society. On the contrary, coffee should be served hot unless it is served iced. However, you may need to reheat coffee in the microwave if you like a lengthy morning ritual or are constantly interrupted during your morning java. The alternative, though, is to avoid letting the coffee cool down in the first place.
Pro Heated Coffee Mug
Our laboratory studies showed that the Smrtmugg Pro was the most effective solution. This is a fantastic alternative if you're looking for a conventional cup design in an electric cup. The 14-ounce capacity was perfect, and the big, ergonomic grip was a welcome bonus. We also liked how easy it was to use the mug's built-in controls: switch it on and then click the button that lights up to alter the cup's temperature along the scale displayed on the mug.
Coffee Mug Warmer & Mug Set
Among the coffee makers we tested, Cosori's warming plate and basic cover did the best job of maintaining the temperature of the coffee within. A distinctive feature of the warming plate is that its temperature may be adjusted. For more accuracy, the owner's handbook explains how to determine the optimal serving temperature based on the temperature of the food on the plate.
Temperature Control Travel Mug 2
The temperature of this self-heating mug may be adjusted using the buttons on the cup itself. To activate it, touch the big button on the base and then hit the Ember icon to access the settings menu. It's also simple to connect to Ember's brilliant app, which allows for the remote management of various Ember products. For most of its advertised three-hour battery life, it kept coffee at an ideal temperature, and only in the final 15 minutes did the temperature drop below 135 degrees Fahrenheit. We liked that you could drink from any angle, thanks to the clever construction of the cover.
Ui Self Heating Mug
Ohom's Ui Mug is worthy of a spot on your desk or kitchen counter because to its versatility. The Qi warming plate not only kept coffee hot for 90 minutes with the cover on but also charged our phones and some wireless headphones. The stylish mug comes in a rainbow of hues, and we all agreed that it was a joy to use. The Ohom plate, like the others we tested, becomes hot when in use, but it lacks the protective shell of the others, so you need to be extra careful while transporting it.
Heated Travel Mug
Smrtmuggs's travel mug is convenient since its control panel is built directly into the cup. The bottom-mounted battery, which the manufacturer claims will last for 10 hours, allowed us to keep our coffee at an ideal temperature of 135 degrees Fahrenheit for four hours of testing. The large battery pack makes the cup feel heavier than its actual size, but it is still easy to grasp. While the push-button lid is convenient, we found that the bottom button's edge occasionally caught our lips as we drank. In addition, we discovered a slight learning curve associated with the tap vs. press-and-hold option on the controls. Still, the mug's clear digital readout proved helpful in adjusting the temperature and powering it down.