Does packing your favorite cold breakfast mean pouring milk down an insulated travel mug and filling a plastic container up with fruits and cereal? That doesn't sound half bad - if you've got a wad of room in your bag for it. The Fresh Traveler lets you do the same thing without the same inconvenient demand for space.
Designed by Arian Brekveld and manufactured by Royal VKB, it's basically a thermal coffee mug with an attached storage area at one end. That way, you've got air-tight containers for carrying your solids and liquids separately, all in a single rig that's no bigger than whatever you call that large cup of coffee at Starbucks.
The Fresh Traveler is a 3.3 x 3.7 inch container that looks no more uncomfortable to carry than your run-of-the-mill travel coffee mug. It features a double-walled stainless steel bottle for insulating up to 14 fl/oz of hot or cold liquids, as well as a screw-on plastic container that attaches at the bottom for keeping your fruits and cereals fresh. Since you don't have to dump them into the same mug, they should taste just as good as if you're eating it right from your kitchen.
Whether you want to start the day at the office with yogurt parfait or choco cereal drowning in milk, it offers an impressively economical way of doing that. You don't even need a bag - just grab it like a bottle and have your cereal literally on hand. Post-breakfast, you can even use it as your mug for both hot and cold drinks. Top it up with beer, fill the bottom with peanuts and it will be like getting drunk at home in front of the computer, all while you're at work, getting paid.
You can get your own Fresh Traveler for $45.