A stainless steel reusable takeaway cup to keep you (and the planet!) sipping pretty all day long.
Also available in silver, aqua, gold
Not suitable for microwave or dishwasher. (nooooooooooooooooooooooooo)
Stainless steel, uh?
Who would have thought?
Capacity: only 250mL…
250mL if anyone was wondering - might save you a click
The lid design is awful! The hole is placed 10 mm lower than the lid edge. You can not drink without spilling the liquid.
I do not recommend.
Very good point
Thanks. You've just saved me $10. Looking to replace my heavily scratched Sttoke cup that I got years ago with something nice.
easy to clean?
Fairly easy to clean. I feel the inside material is better than outside. Outside has a lot of scratches but the inside is pretty much stain resistant. I have been hand washing it though.
@gadgetfreak28: thanks..! been looking for one thats easy to clean. Frank Green is a nightmare.
@RichDad PoorSon: The wife has a Frank Green and she keeps saying that she can always taste old coffee in it. Mind you it is just plastic so maybe that's the reason for it but the lid isn't very easy to clean at all. These https://www.ioco.com.au/ioco-8oz-all-glass-coffee-midnight-b... look good but I have never seen them on sale.
@gadgetfreak28: Country Road has something kind of similar
@kerfuffle: Thanks. Will have a look now.
Thanks for the info and photo.
I’ve noticed a lot of travel cups are actually designed this way. It’s meant to make it splash proof. So when you knock it and it comes out the top, it stays inside that top bit.
as a frequent traveller (before covid), a double-walled with vacuum seal will give you best mileage - when travelling (in hotels, cold climates etc) your drink gets colder quicker than you think. try YETI. my 2cW.