This temperature control smart mug is now on sale, now just $130 (Was $150)

Enjoy your hot drink—just the way you like it— from the first sip to the last drop.

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This temperature control smart mug is now on sale, now just $130 (Was $150)
Ember Mug² (Image Credit: Ember Technologies, Inc.)

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Best Buy, a US online shopping retailer today dropped the price of this temperature control smart mug called Ember Mug² with 14 ounces capacity is now just $130 instead of its regular price of $150.

The color of this smart mug is Blue and you have the option to choose three additional colors: Black, Copper, and White. Currently, the Black and White color mug is sold at its regular price ($150) while the Copper choice is huge costing you $180.

If you don’t want this temperature control smart mug, give it to your mom or loved ones as a gift. This smart mug has a mobile app (available on iOS & Android platforms) which might be very helpful and easy to use in settings. You have several different settings within the app to choose from on the temperature level.

If you are looking for a bigger size mug type that you normally drink, then this 14-ounce capacity smart mug might be the best size for those who work from home and sometimes may get busy and distracted and don’t get enough coffee.

So, try this 14-ounce Ember’s smart mug at $130 for a limited time before its price gets too high which is $150 normally.

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