Camera Lens Coffee Flasks

These are the amazing hot drink flasks in the shape of thousand-pound CAMERA LENSES. The flasks, which look almost identical to Canon L-Series professional grade lenses, sell very well on the internet all over the world. The real-life lens can sell for over £1,000 and is used by professional photographers worldwide. Despite their appeal, creators are worried that the flasks may infringe intellectual property rights held by Canon.

These are the amazing hot drink flasks in the shape of thousand-pound CAMERA LENSES. The flasks, which look almost identical to Canon L-Series professional grade lenses, sell very well on the internet all over the world. The real-life lens can sell for over £1,000 and is used by professional photographers worldwide. Despite their appeal, creators are worried that the flasks may infringe intellectual property rights held by Canon.

These are the amazing hot drink flasks in the shape of thousand-pound CAMERA LENSES. The flasks, which look almost identical to Canon L-Series professional grade lenses, sell very well on the internet all over the world. The real-life lens can sell for over £1,000 and is used by professional photographers worldwide. Despite their appeal, creators are worried that the flasks may infringe intellectual property rights held by Canon.

These are the amazing hot drink flasks in the shape of thousand-pound CAMERA LENSES. The flasks, which look almost identical to Canon L-Series professional grade lenses, sell very well on the internet all over the world. The real-life lens can sell for over £1,000 and is used by professional photographers worldwide. Despite their appeal, creators are worried that the flasks may infringe intellectual property rights held by Canon.

These are the amazing hot drink flasks in the shape of thousand-pound CAMERA LENSES. The flasks, which look almost identical to Canon L-Series professional grade lenses, sell very well on the internet all over the world. The real-life lens can sell for over £1,000 and is used by professional photographers worldwide. Despite their appeal, creators are worried that the flasks may infringe intellectual property rights held by Canon.