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our site readers in the past we have featured Photojojo’s cool camera lens mugs that look like the real thing! From their camera lens mugs, to sets of shot glass lens cups, there isn’t a product that you don’t love. We thought a great giveaway would be to have you tell us why you love these life-like photography mugs, and why you’d be the perfect person to receive one. Whether you want one for your favorite cup of java, or you want to put a plant in it, these are the perfect pick-me-up to a work day!
Do you love drinking your morning coffee or tea while perusing through our site’s website? The 24-105mm black lens has a realistic lens-cap lid with rubber-grip focus zoom rings. It even has an auto-focus switch that actually switches. Wouldn’t that make your morning complete?
Want to fill your cup with tasty drink, as you comment on our site’s Facebook page? The Original Lens Mug would be perfect for you! It even zooms when you twist the rubber-grip rings on the outside! The lid looks like a lens cap, and the manual/auto focus switch actually switches.
We bet your office desk needs 3 shot glasses to keep paperclips, and staples in… or you can obviously use it for real shots (not at work please!) They’re perfect in every detail, from the teeny raised numbers to the focus-ring ridges to the wee auto/manual focus switch. They’re nice and heavy, too: sturdy ceramic that feels solid in your hand. 3 glasses per set, same size as a standard bar shot (1 1/2 oz).
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