KeepCup Longplay Hot Cold Temperature Retention Brew Glass 16oz (10 Colours)
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For those who are last to leave the party.
The KeepCup is the world's first barista standard reusable takeaway coffee cup. KeepCup Longplay adds a removable tritan booster to the traditional glass cup to create a twin wall vessel. The booster increases durability, retains heat and protects touch.
For hot drinks Longplay will improve heat retention and insulate your hand from heat, and for ice drinks, keep them cold longer and prevent condensation.
- Assembled from five parts. Designed to be taken apart for thorough cleaning.
- #4 #7 plastic and the glass – cup, lid, plug and booster are recyclable at end of life.
- One year warranty on defects and faults.
- Dishwasher safe on top shelf, for best results hand wash
- Do not heat over 100 degrees.
The KeepCup Story
KeepCup have kick started a behavioral change is spreading across the world. People purchase KeepCups because they love the way they look and feel, and continue doing so because they form a positive habit. For many customers it has been the beginning of a journey to reduce the consequences of convenience behavior. Feel good. Do good.
KeepCup is from Australia with love. The environmental footprint of their products is very important, so they are committed to local manufacture. Sustainability is linked to usability, and they believe; quality and underpins the ethos of the business.
Local presence means that we can begin to tell a local story in these markets, local assembly and local printing of packaging and point of sale materials, reducing the environmental footprint of the KeepCups. KeepCup is also less plastic. Disposable cups are lined with polyethylene and have a polystyrene lid, so there is enough plastic in 28 disposable cups to make one small KeepCup. In 2009, Simon Lockrey from the Centre for Design at RMIT completed a Symapro Life Cycle Analysis which has independently verified KeepCup's sustainability claims. Research conducted by Canadian chemist, Dr Martin Hocking who found the break-even energy requirement to manufacture a reusable plastic cup versus a paper cup over a lifetime use was under 15 uses.
Since June 2009 they have sold over three million KeepCups, and users have diverted billions of disposable cups from landfill.
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