The Critcut Mug Press is this year’s must have piece of creative kit, with demand soaring in the run-up to the festive season.
The much-anticipated Mug Press officially launched in October and the machine is already sold out on Cricut’s own website and other stockists due to its popularity.
Here’s what you need to know about the must-have machine and where to buy it now.
What is the Cricut Mug Press?
The £180 machine allows users to create their own personalised mugs, which is perfect for those who want to create beautifully bespoke gifts for their friends or family or for those looking to give their coffee cup collection a makeover.
It works with Infusible Ink transfer sheets, pens and markers, meaning you can seamlessly incorporate your designs onto mugs, with no sign of flakes, peeling or cracks.
What’s more, the mugs created are dishwasher friendly, making it easy on the washing up.
How does it work?
With a patent-pending heat plate design, Cricut Mug Press applies the optimal amount of heat and pressure with an easy, one-touch setting.
One button starts the transfer of your design to the mug, LEDs track the progress of your press, and a beep lets you know when it's done. All you have to do is insert, press, ta-da!
So for the ultimate mug to gift to yout grandma this Christmas, or your own personalised design to take with you for the return to the office, you can now make the mug of your dreams from the comfort of your home with delightful results that will be sure to impress!
Where can I buy it?
Luckily for you, we've found a couple of places where you can still get your hands on one in time for Christmas.
We’ve also include a list of retailers where the machine should be available and key dates when retailers say they will have more machines available.
We’ll be updating this article throughout November with best deals and prices on the machine so keep an eye out on it.
You can also check out our deals page to find out about all the Black Friday Cricut deals to expect this year.
Hobbycraft – more stock expected in November
John Lewis – currently out of stock
Currys – currently out of stock
Cricut – currently out of stock
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