Great value! ||8⁄31⁄2011 - Granny from Bowie, MD|
Great mug, exactly as advertised.Holds enough coffee to get started and it stays hot longer than my other mugs.|
Great mug ||8⁄23⁄2011 - KJ from Atlanta, GA|
Bought these for my husband who loves the old fashion diner coffee mugs. These mugs are larger than traditional diner mugs and have a great weight and balance. Only complaint is they have a concave bottom that collects water in the dishwasher.|
Coffee Mug ||5⁄12⁄2011 - Maggie Bart from , |
I enjoy having my coffee each morning with this heavy mug. This mug in definitley not for sissies.|
Thumbs up! ||12⁄20⁄2010 - Kimberly Norton from Fort Worth, TX|
This is an awesome mug. It holds 12 oz of fluid to the rim. This is a thick heavy (but not too heavy) restaurant quality professional mug. It is not the cheap thin mug you find with most dinnerware sets.
I like this white mug much more than the cream Diner mug. If you place the mugs side by side, at first glance they will appear the same because they ARE virtually the same, yet have subtle differences:
--the white and cream mugs are made by different manufactures.
--the white mug weighs a little bit more than the cream Diner mug
--the white mugs seems to keep the coffee warmer longer
--the white mug is a tad bit taller than the cream Diner mug.
I noticed these little details because I have both mugs and I was "looking for" the differences. To most people the mugs will be the same.
The cream Diner mug looks white until you place something white next to it like this white mug.
Just make sure you buy more than one of these type mugs are you will regret not having more.
The cream Diner mug weighs 17 oz.
This white mug weighs 18 oz.|