Yes, it had to happen. Earlier this year we broke the news on the Canon White Lens coffee mug that was being distributed at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver and the Internet nearly exploded. Now a Nikon version has surfaced.
Don't know if it's an "official" Nikon release, but this simulated Nikon AF-S 24-70mm F/2.8 lens thermos coffee cup looks pretty sweet. We especially like the gold box treatment and the drawstring carrying bag.
It's selling for $23 here where they've got a few more choice photos of it.
Get 'em while they last!
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