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Bamboo Biodegradable Travel Mug 400ml - £1.99 @ Home Bargains
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Bamboo Biodegradable Travel Mug 400ml - £1.99 @ Home Bargains

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Posted 28th Apr 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

(This will go nicely with this deal where you get money off for bringing your own coffee cup.)

Rocket&Rye Bamboo reusable biodegradable travel mug with sleeve and lid. Capacity 400ml. Only £1.99 at Home Bargains. A few designs available.

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Wilko sells a couple of bamboo travel mugs too at £3. But reviews are not great.

The Works sells some bamboo travel mugs at £4 (often can apply promo code for less than £4).
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These look pretty much like Pret cups which are £10 each. They cant biodegrade very quickly because they stay on Prets shelves forever
Edited by: "ROCHJA" 29th Apr 2019
townsmcp1 h, 36 m ago

Surely one of the last things you want in a reusable mug is the ability …Surely one of the last things you want in a reusable mug is the ability for it to degrade on you? Does the packaging say how long in normal use before it starts to degrade?


No, it doesn't. But that's just all part of the excitement of using one. 'Will I get my nads horribly scalded today I wonder...?'
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Surely one of the last things you want in a reusable mug is the ability for it to degrade on you? Does the packaging say how long in normal use before it starts to degrade?
These look pretty much like Pret cups which are £10 each. They cant biodegrade very quickly because they stay on Prets shelves forever
Edited by: "ROCHJA" 29th Apr 2019
townsmcp1 h, 36 m ago

Surely one of the last things you want in a reusable mug is the ability …Surely one of the last things you want in a reusable mug is the ability for it to degrade on you? Does the packaging say how long in normal use before it starts to degrade?


No, it doesn't. But that's just all part of the excitement of using one. 'Will I get my nads horribly scalded today I wonder...?'
it will not degrade in use but should last many years - dishwasher safe but not to use in microwave. if you need to compost/degrade it then soak first in hot water then crush into as many pieces as possible before adding to an active compost heap or food waste. the silicone lids aren’t degradable but can be recycled.
Bamboo and coffee doesn’t mix. Will start to smell, and difficult to clean.
I bought one last time they had them. Word of warning they heat of you drink comes through very quickly and whilst ok to drink at your desk from, it makes them too hot to carry for more than a couple of minutes
Is this reusable?
Just a heads up that Greggs also sell reusable cups (think they're plastic, not bamboo) for £2.
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