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Joseph Joseph Sipp Travel mug, Hygienic, Leakproof reusable mug, Coffee & Tea Cup with Lid - 454 ml (16 fl. oz) - Blue

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BrandJoseph Joseph
MaterialSilicone, Plastic
Capacity454 Millilitres
Special featureNon-Slip, Microwave Safe, Flip-top cap
Flip-top cap completely covers mouthpiece for better hygiene
Leakproof, screw-top lid
Reusable and BPA-free
Comfortable, non-slip grip
Capacity: 454 ml (16 fl. oz)
Keep mug upright if carrying in a bag
8.2cm x 8.2cm x 17.5cm
Mug does not keep drinks hot or cold.
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  1. jigger1's avatar
  2. tomminator's avatar
    Doesn't auto lock too , knock it over when that caps open byebye expensive goods or a car valets required , can't beat the kambukka then the contigo auto lock cups , both insulated (edited)
    komar80's avatar
    Contigo autoseal rulez
  3. Darren_22's avatar
    Plastic inside?
    Shinoke's avatar
    Looks it
    So a no go for me
  4. Geezer08's avatar
    Joseph Joseph so good they named it twice !
  5. stingyguji's avatar
    Looks like tat
  6. L33TL33's avatar
    Before people ask, it’s not double walled so not designed to keep drinks hot
  7. JustaSingh's avatar
    thought it was a smart speaker from the image
  8. ladapower's avatar
    I have the smaller version. The main selling points for me were as follows:

    -Hygienic lid: If I need to carry it around in public, I don’t have to worry about contamination because the whole mouth part is covered.

    -It doesn’t keep the contents hot for long. I know this sounds weird, but if I want to drink coffee or tea, I want to drink it right away, not in 4 hours. And when I drink it, I prefer not to burn my mouth.

    It is a glorified mug with a lid on top, so you won’t spill your beverage all over your office desk.
  9. neekaphillips's avatar
    Honestly, just get one of the ikea undersoka coffee flasks. Super cheap, and if you pre heat before adding your coffee or whatever it keeps your drink hot for ages. I have a few of them as well as a bunch of them brushes used for cleaning straws? To get in and clean the lids. That's the only downside of them but if you keep on top of cleaning them they just last and last. The other way is to just soak the lids then pop them in a zip lock bag with some detergent and some water and give them a good shake. But it's worth it for a flask that can keep my drink hot up to 12 hours.
  10. zeebuilder's avatar
    Pension mug. 
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