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Gerinware Reusable Collapsible Straws Curved $6.99 (Was $9.99) + Delivery ($0 w/ Prime or $39 Spend) @ Gerintech Amazon AU


Hi fellow ozbargainers. Our store has bring a deal on Collapsible straws for a limited time starting today. All colours available.

Features & details
πŸ‚ ECO-FRIENDLY & BPA FREE: Made from 100% food grade silicone, it’s an FDA-approved reusable drinking straw. Friendly to environment and Harmless to human body.
πŸ‚ FOLDABLE & HANDY CARRY: This transportable straw comes with a unique design portable container. The container is handy and waterproof. Not only for carrying straws but also for carrying other small things during travelling.
πŸ‚ SOFT & ANTI-SCALDING: Compare to metal straws, silicone straw does not transfer heat. You can use it sipping scalding coffee or hot tea. Good for straw-chewers and kids.
πŸ‚ EASIER, ACCURATE & DURABLE CLEANER: A new design straw cleaner is provided that can clean straw easier and more accurate than traditional straw cleaning brush. It’s dishwasher safe as well.
πŸ‚ LARGE & SMOOTHIE SIZED: 9.8 inches long x 6 mm in inner diameter which can reach the top of any cup and perfect for any drinks. Cut straw with scissors if you need short size for kids’ tumblers.


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  • Free?

    • Sorry somehow it disappeared. All good now

  • Fixed

    • Cheers. Somehow it got messed up

  • +3

    Never thought i'd ever see straws put into an airpod case, but I appreciate the creativity.

  • Amazon listing doesn't specifically state how many straws you actually get.
    It seems like it's 2 packs with 2 straws per pack for a total of 4 straws … is this correct?

    On second thoughts, looks like I should disregard small image showing round container with 4 straws next to it in the amazon ad, and it's 2 rectangular containers with 1 straw each

  • -3

    This obsession with doing almost nothing to pretend that you're environmentally responsible LMAO.

    Cling wrap, straws, completely eliminating the disposable versions of these items will do almost nothing.

    • +2


  • Not knocking the post but you can get silicon straws, in multi packs, that turn out cheaper per straw. In our case we have a small toothbrush container, we got in a plane amenities pack, that takes a couple of straws to carry with us.

  • Genuine question: What does an able-bodied person even need their own straw for?

    • Cut down on disposables. We carry reusable straws with us.

      • I understand that part, but why is a straw needed at all?

        • +3

          Because if I drink a milkshake straight out of a milkshake container I’m likely to end up wearing it.