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General Chat Thread, My EduGeek mug has died! in General; Sticking a couple of quid in the coffer would be ok. Ben...
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    Sticking a couple of quid in the coffer would be ok.

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    If its reasonably priced I wouldn't mind COFFING up a few quid.

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    My mug has got a dirty crack down it so I'll buy one if you decide on getting them

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    Quote Originally Posted by X-13 View Post
    How much are we talking?
    How much are we talking?

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    It depends on what you all want. For decent stainless steel ones you are looking at anywhere upwards of £14-£20, but cheaper ones cost far less. I'll get some ideas together over the weekend.
    Last edited by Dos_Box; 19th October 2013 at 06:26 PM.

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    I got a decent [srew topped] lidded thermal mug for about £2 in B&M - microwavable too!
    People keep mistaking it for a Costa or a Starbucks coffee!

    My Edugeek, mug is still going strong from one of the conferences at woodlands a few years back!

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    ...I've got a glass one too - thanks to the boss - but it is safely in the cupboard and I don't use it.
    I would pay for a decent mug - but not £20!!

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    How much would it cost to ship one this way? You can never have enough coffee mugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witch View Post
    ...I've got a glass one too - thanks to the boss - but it is safely in the cupboard and I don't use it.
    I would pay for a decent mug - but not £20!!
    Only pay £20 or more if it was an edu flask with a slot for a usb mem stick and said mem stick included :-)
    Last edited by mac_shinobi; 19th October 2013 at 10:18 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac_shinobi View Post
    Only pay £20 if it was an edu flask with a slot for a usb mem stick included :-)
    "The EduGeek tech survival kit"

    Flask, USB, cheap multi tool, EduLanyard.


    @Dos_Box How big are these flasks? £20 for a small flask is expensive, but if it's quite big that sounds about right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by X-13 View Post
    "The EduGeek tech survival kit"

    Flask, USB, cheap multi tool, EduLanyard.


    @Dos_Box How big are these flasks? £20 for a small flask is expensive, but if it's quite big that sounds about right.
    £30 to £50 at most if it was a decent capacity mem stick , good multi tool and a good sized flask !! Im up for that

    Would get it in the new year Jan or Feb 2014!!

    I shall call it the EduTech survival kit

    32gb mem stick, reasonable multi tool and big flask
    Last edited by mac_shinobi; 19th October 2013 at 10:26 AM.

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    I will be watching this thread and see what ideas come up as I would be up for purchasing a couple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADMaster View Post
    How much would it cost to ship one this way? You can never have enough coffee mugs.
    Not sure. Given their (relatively) small size and light weight then not much I'd guess. Again, I'll get pricing.

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    Id be interested in a mug or thermal flask !

    How long till this e-Store is live then ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gwendes View Post
    I want one!
    Did you get a EduGeek Mug?!??

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