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M&S Keepcup  Hydro 16oz Coffee Cup was £12 now £3 + Free Next Day C&C
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M&S Keepcup Hydro 16oz Coffee Cup was £12 now £3 + Free Next Day C&C

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Posted 11th Jul
The KeepCup Hydro 16oz Coffee Cup is the ultimate way to enjoy everything from lattes to hot chocolates on the go, being the first reusable coffee cup to be approved by baristas. This travel mug has been crafted from lightweight plastic that resists breakages and comes complete with a silicone band to prevent you burning your hand on your morning coffee. Avoid spills thanks to the hard, splashproof lid that even comes with a plug to cover the mouthpiece when it’s not in use.
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Inside is made of plastic? No thanks.
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Mug
I mean a Mug is a keep cup with a useful handle to stop you from burning your hands on your morning coffee
Although it's not 'crafted from lightweight plastic'
Poundland always has them
Looks decent. Good price.

Caffe Nero no long award double stamps if you use a reusable cup (since January) if you use 02 Priority code.

Ridiculous
Edited by: "Gollywood" 11th Jul
I read that as 'Ketchup'
Gollywood11/07/2019 11:21

Looks decent. Good price.Caffe Nero no long award double stamps if you …Looks decent. Good price.Caffe Nero no long award double stamps if you use a reusable cup (since January) if you use 02 Priority code.Ridiculous


Be grateful that you are getting a free coffee and one stamp better than wuntu which is totally pointless.
Really good price for these
Thanks op - great price.
Thank you... I have been looking for some decent ones. Normally get them from B&M but for £1 more they might last longer.
Free collection and a small amount of cashback available also.
Oos
OOS
We have these sold at work when we went cupless... I.e. no single use cup a.. they are good.. made in Australia... So unsure of the carbon footprint unless shipping in empty return containers via sea???
Inside is made of plastic? No thanks.
oos
Work canteen sells these for £2??
thelondontrader11/07/2019 13:06

Inside is made of plastic? No thanks.


Every high street coffee chain's disposable 'paper' coffee cup has the inside made of plastic, otherwise they'd leak. That's the problem with recycling them, it's difficult to separate the mixed materials making up the cup, why so many end up in landfill.
Better to order a coffee in a cup and saucer, sit in.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 11th Jul
I have only collected mine last night @£6
Ordered a couple of these. Usually buy the Contigo range but my other half keeps dropping them and of the last five I have bought every one is now broken. So this will be the next cup to wreck - don't mind paying £3 though, rather than £15.
tightar5e11/07/2019 19:21

Every high street coffee chain's disposable 'paper' coffee cup has the …Every high street coffee chain's disposable 'paper' coffee cup has the inside made of plastic, otherwise they'd leak. That's the problem with recycling them, it's difficult to separate the mixed materials making up the cup, why so many end up in landfill.Better to order a coffee in a cup and saucer, sit in.



My problem is not about if it is recycable or not, is that I don't want hot stuff in plastics because you know, contamination from plastics. My choice.
thelondontrader14/07/2019 15:55

My problem is not about if it is recycable or not, is that I don't want …My problem is not about if it is recycable or not, is that I don't want hot stuff in plastics because you know, contamination from plastics. My choice.


Just making the point that what most people see as a 'paper cup', is actually lined with plastic.
You need to avoid teabags too then, as most brands the two parts of a teabag are glued together with plastic.

Yorkshire Tea have recently started the move away from using plastic to seal teabags but most still do.
yorkshiretea.co.uk/bre…tic

Don't want to alarm you but in LA, they cover reservoirs in black plastic balls.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 14th Jul
tightar5e14/07/2019 16:59

Just making the point that what most people see as a 'paper cup', is …Just making the point that what most people see as a 'paper cup', is actually lined with plastic. You need to avoid teabags too then, as most brands the two parts of a teabag are glued together with plastic. Yorkshire Tea have recently started the move away from using plastic to seal teabags but most still do.https://www.yorkshiretea.co.uk/brew-news/our-use-of-plasticDon't want to alarm you but in LA, they cover reservoirs in black plastic balls.[Video]



1. Water on those reservoirs is not boiling water
2. I don't live in LA
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