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Self-Stirring Coffee Mug (USB Rechargeable)

self-stirring coffee mug is USB rechargeable
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There are already self-stirring coffee mugs out there on the market. But this one would be a USB-rechargeable version. A full charge would do roughly 3 minutes of high-speed stirring.
sanman, Oct 22 2013

the unrechargable version self_20agitating_20cup
[Voice, Oct 22 2013]

Letting wine breathe http://wine.about.c...asic1/a/breathe.htm
[Voice, Oct 22 2013]

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       Perhaps a Stirling Engine powered Stirrer would be a Sterling idea?
AusCan531, Oct 22 2013
  

       Gee, I never thought of that, but sure, why not? I suppose it might depend on the temperature of your liquid, though. So that might not work well for cold liquids.
sanman, Oct 22 2013
  

       Coffee will taste worse for the oxygenation. Wine will taste better.
Voice, Oct 22 2013
  

       What foreign substance are you polluting your coffee with that would require stirring?
RayfordSteele, Oct 22 2013
  

       //What foreign substance are you polluting your coffee with that would require stirring?//   

       Canadians who hate coffee drink a concoction known as a "double-double", which consists of cream, sugar, and brown tint.
the porpoise, Oct 22 2013
  
      
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