Indicates when beverage has reached its perfect temperature and more.
10 oz - 1.5 hours
14 oz - 80 mins
All day when placed on charging coaster.
Intelligently senses when to turn on and off.
120°F - 145°F (50°C - 62.5 °C). Select your temperature with the Ember app.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How does the Ember Mug work?
The difference between the Ember Mug² and a normal mug is that, anything can keep something “Hot”, but only the Ember Mug² can keep your favorite hot beverage at your perfect drinking temperature. Whether you call it an electric mug or battery heated coffee mug, your Ember Mug² allows you to control your ideal temperature from our app
How do I use the Ember Mug?
Simply pour in your favorite hot beverage and let the Ember Mug² do the rest! The LED light will indicate when your Ember is trying to reach the perfect temperature and when it’s ready for you to enjoy. You can also connect the Ember to your smartphone via Bluetooth, by downloading the Ember app. The Ember app will allow you to adjust your preferred temperature, add preset temperatures, and notify you when your beverage has hit your perfect drinking temperature.
Can I put the Ember in the microwave?
Do not microwave the Ember Mug! The Ember Mug is an electronic device, which should never go in a microwave. As with all electronics and metals, it may result in a fire when heated up in the microwave. Doing so will result in permanent damage to your Ember Mug or Ember Mug².
Do I have to have a smart phone for the Ember Mug to work?
No! Every Ember Mug² is preset to 57°C for you enjoy right out of the box.
Using the mug independently will limit you from customizing specific feature from the Ember mobile app such as adding a custom LED color or setting a specific preferred temperature between 50°C - 62.5°C.
How long does the Ember Mug battery last?
The Ember Mug², 10 oz was designed to last for up to 1.5 hours and up to 80 min for the Ember Mug², 14 oz when poured in hot at a set temperature of 57°C.
The battery life of your hot mug depends on a number of factors including but not limited to: external temperature, liquid temperature at pour, speed of liquid consumption, and your set temperature.
Where to buy Ember?
In addition to Ember.com, The World’s First Temperature Control Mug is available in retailers across the globe such as Apple, Best Buy, Target, Starbucks, Harrod’s, and Bloomingdale’s. Whether you like coffee, tea, or a hot-tail we want you to enjoy your beverage at the perfect temperature and just the way you like it.
Is the Ember Mug compatible with my phone? (Android or Apple)
Due to iOS and Android bluetooth updates, not all phones may be compatible with the Ember App. Below is a list of tested phones compatible* with our app. We're continually adding more devices and improving our compatibility, so if you don't see your device on the list check back soon.
Ember fully supports the three latest available versions of the Apple operating system (OS 12, 13 and 14) and the three latest iPhone devices:
Operating System: iOS 12.0+
- iPhone 12 (12 mini, 12 pro, 12 Pro Max)
- iPhone 11 (11 Pro, 11 Pro Max)
- iPhone X (Xs, Xr, Xs Max)
- iPhone SE (2nd Gen)
- Apple Watch (OS 3 and newer)
Android OS is required to enable the location services in order to scan for BLE devices/Ember mugs. Users may face Ember mug connectivity issues with the app if the location service is not allowed. We recommend selecting the “Allow all the time” location service option if it is available on your phone.
Ember fully supports the three latest available versions of the Android operating system (OS 8, 9, 10) and the three latest Android devices:
Operating System: Android 8+
- Samsung Galaxy S10 / S10+
- Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9+
- Samsung Galaxy S8 / S8+
- Samsung Galaxy Note 20
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9
- Motorola Moto G
- Motorola Moto X
- HTC U11
- Google Pixel 4
- Google Pixel 3 / Pixel 3 XL
- Google Pixel 2 / Pixel 2 XL
- OnePlus Series (7, 7 Pro, 5T)
- Google Nexus 6P
- Google Nexus 5X
- Google Nexus 6
- Google Nexus 5
*Newer devices not listed may still be compatible, but have not yet been tested by our team.