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Huskee Reusable Cup 8Oz $14.9 + $9.95 Shipping @ Alternative Brewing

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Hundreds of Products on Sale for Black Friday!

HuskeeCup. A coffee cup made for cafes, home users, and coffee drinkers on-the-go. HuskeeCup features coffee husk as a raw material.

Designed in Australia.

The Benefits

Repurposes waste material (coffee husk)
Keeps your coffee hotter for longer
Comfortable to hold & cool to touch
Durable & dishwasher friendly
Universal Lid & Saucer
Non-toxic (BPA free)
Easy to Clean
Stackable
Psst… On the go? Grab a pack of Universal Lids! They fit every cup size and are made from the same unique husk material.

Staying home? Check out our Universal Saucers! They’re stackable and interlock neatly with every cup size.

What is Husk?

Coffee husk is an organic waste material that’s produced at the milling stage of coffee production. By using HuskeeCup, you are helping to recycle hundreds of tonnes of waste material from the production of coffee.

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2019

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closed Comments

  • +1

    Huskee Reusable Cup 8Oz $14.9

    Can my Labrador use his?

  • I almost bought the new Dripster 2-in-1 from you guys on Monday. Got distracted and didn't get around to checking out.

    Super excited to see it on BLACK FRIDAY SALE for the exact same price.

  • +6

    Shipping cost kills it for me

  • Minimax Camberwell has Huskee cups in store for $14.95

  • Target has similar travel cups, for $2 on clearance (but you'll have to check availability, and buy them in store).

    https://www.target.com.au/p/reusable-glass-cup-with-silicone...

    https://www.target.com.au/p/travel-cup/61383678

    • +3

      How is it similar? Drinking out of those rubber lids tastes horrible.

      • One's a plastic lid, the other's silicone.

        Silicone is neutral in taste, but I agree that the texture can make a difference.

        The plastic used in the plastic one is polypropylene, which is the same as the plastic used for Huskee cups.

        Polypropylene is perfectly safe as it doesn't leech readily into reasonable temperature fluids.

        From the dog's mouth itself: "While it may seem counter-intuitive, the primary polymer we have chosen is a plastic called polypropylene."

        I suppose that's how they're similar, though not in price.

        https://huskee.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360004449712-Wh...

  • Not a deal, has already been been $13 before with free shipping via Amazon prime.

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