Original Reusable Cup— The cup is microwave safe, but the lid isn’t.
Stainless Steel Reusable Cup – This cup isn’t microwave safe. Not the lid, not the base.
If you’re looking for a product that will keep your morning coffee piping hot, we recommend our Stainless Steel Range – the vacuum insulated, double-wall construction will keep any hot beverage hot for up to 10 hours. For best results we would recommend you fill your stainless steel with hot water before use to bring the walls up to temperature.
Our 8oz/ 230mL Reusable Cups are 4cmL x 7.4cmW x 10.4cmH and weigh approximately 155 grams
Our 12oz/ 340mL Reusable Cups are 4cmL x 7.4cmW x 13.4cmH and weigh approximately 175 grams
Our 25oz/ 740mL Reusable Bottles are 4cmL x 7.4cmW x 22cmH and weigh approximately 175 grams
Our Stainless Steel 10oz/ 295mL Reusable Cups are 5cmL x 7.5cmW x 13.4cmH and weigh approximately 228 grams
Our Stainless Steel 20oz/ 595mL Reusable Bottles are 7.5cmL x 7.5cmW x 22.5cmH and weigh approximately 328 grams
The inside of your Reusable Cup is stain and odour resistant. If you've got a coffee stain on the outside of your Original or Next Generation Reusable Cup, you can try scrubbing the stain with detergent, soaking it in soapy water, or popping it in the dishwasher for a thorough wash. It might take a few washes to remove the stain.
For tough stains, we would recommend soaking over night in a bicarb mixture. If you've got a stain on your Stainless Steel Reusable Cup or Bottle, rub gently with a soft cloth and some warm, soapy water.
Your Reusable Cup or Bottle shouldn’t be leaking! Let’s get this sorted out for you. We'd first suggest double checking that the liquid isn't filled over the max fill line as this is the most common cause of leakage. Another suggestion is that after pouring hot liquid into your cup, keep your lid off for a moment to allow the steam to escape before screwing on tightly. In some instances, the pressure of steam can cause liquid to rise up and over the lid of the base, which can cause leakage. Another alternative is that something may have come loose...