Ember Mug² 14oz Copper Edition is a brilliant new take on Ember’s classic smart mug, and is guaranteed to make every morning shine. Ember allows you to set your preferred drinking temperature (120°F – 145°F), so you can enjoy your hot drink—just the way you like it— from the first sip to the last drop. Ember is not a simple mug warmer. Ember Mug²’s built-in battery maintains your chosen drinking temperature for up to 80 minutes with the built-in battery, or all day with the included charging coaster.
Capacity: 14 fl oz
Built-in battery to maintain your drinking temperature
Battery life: 80 minutes, or all day on included charging coaster
Ember Mug Charging Coaster² included
Pairs with the Ember app. iOS and Android compatible
Temperature range: 120°F – 145°F
Ember Mug is safe to hand wash and submersible up to 1 meter in water
A:AnswerHi there, thanks for reaching out! The charging coasters are interchangeable and laterally compatible to each mug. Both charging coasters use the same charging technology so you can charge the Ceramic Mug (both the 10 oz and 14 oz) on the Travel Mug coaster and vice versa!
A:AnswerThere's no burnt flavor. The element heats very evenly, so there isn't that burnt flavor that happens like you'd get when you leave a pit of coffee on a heating element. The biggest thing I notice is A) If you leave it in there a long time and use half and half, the heat will separate the fats in the half and half and they float to the top and make a film. I now use fat-free half and half and don't have the same issue, but I notice after an hour or so the taste does change a little, almost like it's the cream that's getting old from the extended heat. But if you drink faster than an hour, it doesn't create an issue. B) If you do use cream and leave a very small residual amount in the mug, it will continue to heat and form a sludge. Though it's easy to clean with some soap and water. I still highly recommend the mug. I like not having a cold cup of coffee sit there and go to waste as I'm working.
A:AnswerNo. This isn't a heated base like you'd see for much cheaper where it heats the mug directly. The ember mug has an embedded heating element and rechargeable battery in the base. The reason for the base is to recharge the battery, not heat the mug. The heating is handled by the mug itself.