Thermo Lenscup with Stainless Steel Insulated Tumbler (Modeling 1:1 Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM Lens), 11oz

December 6, 2013 - Comment

Display your love of photography while enjoying your favorite beverage! This lens cup is a replica model of the Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM camera lens. The lens cup is made of food grade PVC plastic materials and a stainless steel thermos interior, making it safe to use for drinking. Not only can this

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Display your love of photography while enjoying your favorite beverage! This lens cup is a replica model of the Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM camera lens. The lens cup is made of food grade PVC plastic materials and a stainless steel thermos interior, making it safe to use for drinking. Not only can this lens cup be used for drinking, it can be used as a money box, pen holder, and much more! This mug is one of the most unique gift items that can be found for a photographer!

Product Features

  • 1:1 Model replica cup of the Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM Camera Lens
  • Keeps coffee hot and a great conversation piece
  • Made of food grade PVC plastic materials and stainless steel thermos interior
  • Multi purpose, can be used as cup, money box, pen holder and more!
  • 24 month Warranty

Comments

Zynx Acrop says:

Small cup yet functionally sound As with many items for sale on Amazon, sellers merely paste the mfg’s description of a product, rather than simple general information about the actual product. I’d like to see less marketing blah blah blah, and more obvious general descriptions, or even some specifics, of an actual product.Ounces(Without lid) = Just shy of 400 ml or 13.5 ounces or 1.7 cupsOunces (With lid) = Just shy of 380 ml or 12.8 ounces or 1.6 cupsHeight from top to bottom(Outside) = 4 & 3/4 of an inchHeight from top to bottom(Inside) = 4 & 3/8 inchBottom width = 2 & 1/4 inchTop width(Inside) = 3 & 1/8Top width(Outside) = 3 & 1/4 inch

Patrick Perdu says:

A little leaky when closed Let’s be clear: this is more a joke than anything else.Still it does the trick. My colleagues here in the US are used to seeing me around with my camera equipment and they do double-takes when I sip from my lens.The cup is functional and looks pretty much like the real thing – well enough to pass for it without a close look.I post a picture of the two side by side for your convenience in evaluating the resemblance. Not perfect: I dropped one star considering the price.Other caveat: there is an opening that allows you to drink from the cup when the lid is on, unfortunately it is not watertight when closed. I dropped another star for that.

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