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Wide Bottomed Travel Mugs: Stainless Steel, Ceramic & Plastic

Updated on August 6, 2013

These Wide Base Travel Mugs Are Perfect For The Car

If you need a wide base travel mug for the car or for your desk at the office this page is full of quality options that should do just fine. The mugs featured below include stainless steel, ceramic, and plastic mugs and I've only featured the bestsellers.

Highwave MoJOEmo which is about as good as they get in the wide bottom coffee mug category. It holds 22 oz and will keep your coffee hot for 6 hours or more.

You can see it and many others below.

Wide Base Stainless Steel Travel Coffee Mugs - The Best Rated Wide Bottom Mugs

Looking For The Best Mug For The Money?

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Wide Bottom Plastic Mugs

I personally don't like the feel of plastic on my lips and a lot of different plastics leave an undesirable taste in my mouth. Having said that tons of people don't mind these things at all. Here are some of the best sellers made from plastic.

Here's Something A Little Different

I've recently become very passionate about keeping my coffee off of a hot plate. This is my answer to the coffee pot with hot plate problem.

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Ceramic Coffee Mugs With A Wide Base

These are really cool. It's a simple twist on the standard ceramic coffee cups we all have cluttering up our kitchen cabinets.

I drink most of my coffee at home. I like drinking out of an insulated cup with handle. I also prefer to not use a lid and I don't like drinking off of a plastic surface. What about you? Let us know your requirements and preferences below.

What Do You Like To Drink Your Coffee Out Of?

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