As a flight attendant, i collapse this cup into my flight bag on my overnight in hotels that do not provide a throw away coffee cup. It works well for my hot tea also.
Best when you want to avoid that awful bottled water or styrofoam cup. I've been looking for something like this to carry in my purse when I go places. I refuse to drink from plastic or styrofoam because they are ruining our planet.
Haven’t used these cups yet, but they came on the date promised. They are dishwasher safe and heat and freezer safe too! I use them when I go for walks, can’t wait to see how good they are on a trip. Would have liked them a bit bigger though. We drink a lot of coffee in the morning!
I have a few of these--but I like these ones because they fit a Starbucks tall drink. The lid is sometimes difficult to remove, but otherwise it is awesome. Lightweight and compact. People always want to know where I have gotten them, and I've given a couple away as gifts
This was an awesome mug! Took it when I traveled from US to India to put boiled clean water in and make coffee, tea, oatmeal, noodles, etc. It worked great and was really nice because it packed up small and didn’t take up much space. I collapsed it and threw it in my very small purse to take on outings as well. I looked at more expensive ones from large specialty stores, but this one was just as good, if not better in my opinion.
Loved the colors as I ordered 4 different ones. If they would just make a little adjustment to the drinking hole so straws would fit they would have a great product.
Good quality but kind of weird to use. If you don’t use a straw, you have to suck the liquid out as there is no vent. It seals well with no leaking since there is no vent. The compression makes it possible to collect water from a drinking fountain which was something I was looking for when traveling. Still happy with my purchase just take some getting used to.
After figuring out how to expand the cup from its collapsed state and back, I have decided to keep it for my upcoming travel to India/Nepal. It takes a little bit of playing initially. It is about the size of a medium apple but in flat cylinder shape before expansion. Though it lends itself to the heavy side (feels about 1/2-lb+), I like the space-saving aspect of it as I plan to bring with me only a carry-on backpack for the trip. There are some discerning stories circulating out there relating to solo female travelers being drugged by offered drinks in India, this will be my go-to cup poured with my own beverages. If it works well for the trip, I plan to bring it with me for my next adventure --- Africa, will keep everyone posted.