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Microwavable Coasters

Keeps your Coffee Hot
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Don't know about you, but being busy I always seem to let my cup of Coffee or Tea go cold. How about coasters made of a heat-retaining substance that gets warm when microwaved. Bingo, your coffee is kept at perfect drinking temperature, and your table is protected! Shouldn't be too difficult.
Pumpster, Jan 04 2005

try a vacuum mug. http://hbguizu.en.a...el_Vacuum_Mugs.html
[po, Jan 04 2005]

Let me know if you find one that's good enough to solve this problem - Self_20heating_20sake_20cup
- about 100F would be nice [normzone, Jan 04 2005]

Electric Coasters http://homecoffeese....com/mugwarmers.php
A better solution, methinks. [DrCurry, Jan 04 2005]

Freezer Mug http://www.4promopr...ts.com/18acrylc.htm
This one is supposedly microwaveable. [tiromancer, Jan 05 2005]

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       wouldn't hot coasters leave marks on the wood in the same way as your hot coffee mug does?
po, Jan 04 2005
  

       Like Cork.
contracts, Jan 04 2005
  

       In the ski cabin, a tile coaster from under a hot dish kept my buns warm for a half hour after supper.
FarmerJohn, Jan 04 2005
  

       do we really need to know that?
po, Jan 04 2005
  

       What? They were tasty with coffee later.
FarmerJohn, Jan 04 2005
  

       Not entirely sure why the coasters wouldn't cool down along with the coffee. And ruin the finish on the table.
DrCurry, Jan 04 2005
  
      
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