• Camera Lens Mug
  • Camera Lens Mug
  • Camera Lens Mug
  • Camera Lens Mug

Camera Lens Mug

Gifts & Stationery, Gifts, Drinkware
Product available on: 03/03/2015
£13.99
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Synopsis

Photography fanatics, this ingenious mug is for you. Whether you are a professional photographer or more of a casual snapper, now you can enjoy your daily cuppa in a cleverly designed mug that resembles a hollowed out camera lens.

The skilfully crafted mug looks uncannily like a real Canon EF 24-105mm camera lens. As you sip you can admire the handiwork involved in reproducing all the correct dials and features. It even comes with a multipurpose lid, styled as a lens cover, that will keep your drink hot, can serve as a coaster or even be used as a plate for your stash of mid-morning biscuits.

The novelty mug makes an ideal gift for any photography enthusiasts, paparazzi wannabes, or mug-collectors in your family. Whoever you buy it for - a coffee break has never looked so stylish.

  • Publisher: RED5 RETAIL LTD
  • ISBN: 5013560000903

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Camera Lens Mug
Great Idea
Very realistic lens appearance and markings, plus functional drinks mug. What's not to like.
John Denton
Camera Lens Mug
Looks great
Love this as a birthday present
Victoria Scott
Camera Lens Mug
Great!
It looks like a lens, you can keep it on the self for a nice edition to make it look better, or use it to drink. Doesn't spill when turned upside down, coo... READ MORE
Michael Coster
Camera Lens Mug
Great looking mug.
Lovely looking mug. But after a week of use. water has managed to get trapped inside the plastic.
Kate Hurcombe
Camera Lens Mug
Fun gift-Perfect on a film set
Gave this to my friend who is a cinematographer. He uses it to smuggle in his coffee on location sets when food and drink aren’t allowed! He loves it.
Karen Mishkin