Travel Mug

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Alphabet Mugs & Drinkware - Rescued - Travel Mug white
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Travel Mug

Your hot brew on the go. This handy mug offers a comfortable way of having tea and coffee at the ready wherever you go, and it’ll stay nice and warm as well!
  • Screw cap with drinking tip, neutral in taste
  • Handle with handy dimple for secure grip
  • Plastic footing
  • Holding capacity: 414ml
  • Material: stainless steel

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Rainer Design
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Rainer Design
Austria
Photograph und Designer aus Österreich.
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The Rescued T-Shirt design is a great and great gift idea for men, women, teens and kids. Only a limited edition available!
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