|20 oz on the left, 11 oz on the right|
Here is a screen shot from the product page of the 20 oz and 11 oz mug. The size of products in images at Zazzle suffer from the standard disconnect. You want small images that load fast. They bear no relation to the actual size of the object.
Most egregiously, the image size for the 20 oz mugs is smaller than the image size of the 11 oz mugs. The mug on the left is bigger than the mug on the right. Because the mug is larger, the camera is necessarily farther away to fit it in frame, so, the mug appears smaller.
I try to turn the image of the larger volume mug so the handle is facing left, so as to distinguish them on the landing page. The larger mug has a different set of size and product options also.
As I have confessed before, I suffer from some kind of visually dominant, conceptual numerical inadequacy. I am notoriously bad at math, but I can draw perty pictures. So to even say 11 oz or 15 oz means nothing to me. And I am old enough that even as Canada is metric, I still think in feet and inches. It remains a concept I physically relate to.
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The previous default size for mugs at Zazzle was the 15 oz size. So when I saw this mug for real, I said, "Hey, that's a big mug. Cool." I have some legacy mugs which remain set with that as the default.
In the image above, I show the 11 oz and the 15 oz mug. You can change the size on the product page! There are other mug options also that you can choose. The 15 oz mug is 4.5 inches tall and about 4 inches deep inside. Respectively, that is about 11.5 cm and 10.5 cm. I say this for those of you who understand :-)