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Collapsible Coffee Cup Folding Cup - £4.69 @ Amazon Prime Add-on Or Free Delivery in the UK on orders over £20.00 .
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Collapsible Coffee Cup Folding Cup - £4.69 @ Amazon Prime Add-on Or Free Delivery in the UK on orders over £20.00 .

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Posted 4th JanEdited by:"Twilight24"

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Environmentally friendly cups help protect the environment.
  • A reusable folding travel coffee cup that fits in your pocket. Cup can be reused, low carbon environmental protect.
  • Our small travel mug is made with high quality food grade silicone material. BPA free, safe to use and -50℃~ 200 ℃ safe.
  • Can be washed in a dishwasher and dried in a dish dryer. It can be easily folded when empty. Suitable for coffee, tea, cold drinks, and other hot beverages.
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Like mains powered stuff, I'm not sure I'd risk my health or that of my family over supposedly food-grade products direct from a Chinese seller, where you have to take their word for it that the product is safe. There's no reviews either.
This can be delivered without a min 20 quid min spend using the Alexa trick. Simply enable one-click ordering, put the item in your basket then tell Alexa you wish to purchase what is in your basket.
Just... "Alexa checkout"
Is this the thing that failed badly in the Dragons Den?
jewelie04/01/2020 12:33

Like mains powered stuff, I'm not sure I'd risk my health or that of my …Like mains powered stuff, I'm not sure I'd risk my health or that of my family over supposedly food-grade products direct from a Chinese seller, where you have to take their word for it that the product is safe. There's no reviews either.


Yeah, if I was buying one I'd probably pay extra and get a stojo, currenbtly £7.99 at Robert Dyas robertdyas.co.uk/cat…ojo.
Edited by: "Mark43" 4th Jan
hypnotic04/01/2020 13:07

Is this the thing that failed badly in the Dragons Den?


Was thinking same thing
Poisonous..... Avoid

maxmix
If it's anything like the one I had, it's a very flawed concept...

The mug is not rigid enough when full of hot liquid...you'll squeeze it when you try to pick it up
From the description:

"1. Please sterilize by boiling before use.
2. Please use caution when dressed up hot liquid shaking!"
Purchased anyway. I'll not use it when dressed up, but not expecting it to boil very well!
I always found the issue with silicone mugs is that it negatively affects the taste of the coffee. Ceramic or glass is much better but depends on your commute/travel. There's a £5 glass coffee cup from Primark that I'm currently using and it's perfect.
goldenarches05/01/2020 09:45

I always found the issue with silicone mugs is that it negatively affects …I always found the issue with silicone mugs is that it negatively affects the taste of the coffee. Ceramic or glass is much better but depends on your commute/travel. There's a £5 glass coffee cup from Primark that I'm currently using and it's perfect.


Glass is the way to go instead of this rubbish, the chemical process to make these is unbelievable, same as most Chinese plastics and rubbers, no CE or testing on anything ! All adds to the cancer / illness scenario i'm afraid

maxmix
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