Yecup is a smart mug that raises or decreases the temperature of your water according to how you want it.
Ever faced those times when you feel like drinking cold or hot water but your travel water mug doesn’t oblige? Well, with this smart mug, all you got to do is set the temperature of your water in your smartphone and the mug changes the water’s temperature accordingly. So, the next time you are out on a sunny adventure, you don’t have to worry about your water turning hot too; you can simply cool it down with Yecup.
So what can this smart mug do?
Well, apart from keeping your water at a temperature you want it at, the Yecup also helps you charge your phone fully, up to 3 times. It is a portable power bank and a smart mug. When you say maintain temperature throughout the day you kind of end up wondering about a flask. But this smart mug can change the temperature of your water in a few minutes. So, when you want it cold, its cold and when you want it hot, its hot.
The smart mug has a leak-proof lid, a light-up logo that indicates the temperature, a stainless steel body, wireless charging capabilities, and of course, Bluetooth capabilities to stay connected to your phone. The Yecup can also be washed but it is not recommended to use a dishwasher for washing it.
For people who hate phone dependency, this smart mug can also be used to change the temperature using a single button below the mug. Easy, eh?
The Yecup takes up to 2.5 hours to charge while using a wire and it can last for up to 8 hours on a single charge. It can also be charged in your car using a car charger and fits quite snugly into your car’s cup-holder. Apart from cooling or heating water, this smart cup also sends you notifications about the temperature of the water, battery life, and so on.
Having hot water in a cold place and having cold water in a hot place used to be a sad fantasy for many of us. But with Yecup: the smart mug, people staying in any type of climatic condition can have water according to how they want it.
*The Yecup can be used for liquids other than water as well.
Check out the Yecup in action