This product was mentioned in
with an average of
I actually have one of these but had to unplug it in order to plug in my very spoiled cat's heated bed.
Does anybody use a coffee warmer on their desk? I have a really old one that goes really hot and it seems dangerous. I have bought new ones but they don't seem to go as hot as this older one. Any recommendations on a safe but super effective desktop coffee warmer?
It doesn't have to be usb powered or anything, sorry if this doesn't relate to buildapc.
This one is the newer one I mentioned.
Painting question. I've always preferred dipping my brush in hot water while painting. It seems to remove paint more efficiently and keep the bristles supple. I'm considering getting a mug warmer like this to heat my water cup. Has anyone ever tried this?
Get a coffee warmer. Turn it on. Put your bottle of juice on it. Shake it every couple of hours. Remove. Vape.
YES. A million times yes. This little $10 coffee warmer is life-changing. Seriously.
It's not powerful enough to take a mug of cold coffee and heat it through, but it's excellent at keeping a hot cup of coffee hot all day. The best part is, normally the last little bit of coffee is the coldest so you either have to quickly power through the bottom third of your cup of coffee, or throw it out after a few sips if you don't drink it quickly, but with the mug warmer it actually gets hotter as you reach the bottom of the mug. You finish on a good note instead of a bad one.
P.S. It's super efficient if you have the right coffee mug. The mug I'm using in the photo is a match made in heaven for that particular coffee warmer. The base of that particular mug is wider than most coffee mugs and fits the warmer perfectly. Also the mug is a little bit thinner and flatter than most so it conducts the heat from the warmer really well. And finally, having a lid just makes it much better at trapping heat in the liquid. Unfortunately I have absolutely no idea where the mug is from. All I know is it's from Shenzhen China. It was given to me as a gift and just happens to be perfect for my mug warmer that I bought separately. I wouldn't scour the earth looking for the perfect coffee mug, but if you happen to have a mug that has a nice wide base and a lid it's more efficient. I've definitely used a "normal" mug plenty of times though and it works fine.
What about buying a couple of mug warmers and keep one on either side of the keyboard. Then periodically warm your fingers and palms on them as you rest your hands between typing.
You could buy a mug warmer.
Here's an oddball idea: Bring a well-insulated thermos of hot coffee prepared at home, and use a heating pad ([link]) or heated mug ([link]) to keep it hot once you've poured it. Would that work? Kind of nuts but wouldn't involve a kettle at all.
sit-stand-desk converter or just the desk itself. This is what I use at work at least.
[link] - These are what I got for reference when they were on sale for cheap. These are closed headphones so if you work from home, you'll hear less noises which could be a good thing.
[link] - Works great for me.
Personally I'm a big peripherals guy, so... Ergonomic high-end mouse (Logitech Performance MX Master for me at work), mechanical keyboard with easy to push down switches so less wear and tear on my joints to use the keyboard, wrist rests for mouse and keyboard, footrest situation handled, heat pad for bad back.
But all this stuff depends on what you do really.
As for the monitor setup... I would say get an ultrawide and pair it with a vertical regular size monitor on the side.
Desktop coffee mug warmer
> I should have thought of this - I do it with massage oil sometimes.
Also, if you have an electric coffee cup warmer, it works perfectly.
You could get one of those electric candle/mug warmer plates (like this).
I've also used a coffee pot hot plate with my tea made in a coffee pot, though that was because I rescued it from the recycling plant I was working at. I doubt certain teapots couldn't handle the heat one of these can produce.
They make mug warmers which you can set your mug on, but it'll still get cold eventually. Might help a bit though and maybe your press will fit on it? I have this one.
I'm sure there are ones out the powered by USB as well.
Maybe with one of these.
Mug Warmer to the rescue!