Elevator pitch | Cauldryn Fyre V2
Cauldryn has dubbed its voice-activated travel mug the "Swiss Army knife of water bottles."
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Ride the elevator with Jason Shinn, co-founder of Cauldryn.
The Cauldryn Fyre V2 is the first travel mug to boil water and maintain temperatures all day from a rechargeable battery. Offering voice-activated Bluetooth connectivity, this modular mug includes add-on features like a blender base and drop-in coffee percolator.
The Cauldryn Fyre V2 is a 16 oz. vacuum-sealed modular travel mug that includes an LCD control screen that adjusts temperatures within a single degree from room temperature to boiling (78°-212°F) for up to 18 hours.
Key features include Bluetooth connectivity, smartphone accessibility, attachable accessories, and removable heating element with dual USB ports included for electronic charging needs.
Retailing at $149.99, the Cauldryn Fyre V2 will work in harmony with such Bluetooth connected add-ons as a percolator, blender, and lantern. The Cauldryn Fyre V2 will launch to consumers online and in stores this July.
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