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Thread: Sttoke reusable cup

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    Sttoke reusable cup

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    Received mine this morning.

    Have to say this is a thing of beauty. It has some great features, including a rubberised base and a see through lid with nice silicon seals. I like the contrast between the black exterior and white ceramic interior.

    Will try it later this morning, but first impressions are really good. Congratulations to Antony and the Casa Espresso team.

    Beautiful!

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    oooo definitely like the look of it....*proceeds to order one*

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    Sniff thanks for the review. The double wall stainless sounds impressive, does it protect the ceramic well? Would you give one as a gift to someone who may be a little rough with these? It read very well when I saw Antony released these, only I don't often get take away. Was thinking at the time would make great presents.

    PS Were you one of the ones who got invited to the 'coffee influencers' release event or the more impressively titled 'coffee notables' release event?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lemoo View Post
    oooo definitely like the look of it....*proceeds to order one*
    Order received and on its way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 338 View Post
    Sniff thanks for the review. The double wall stainless sounds impressive, does it protect the ceramic well? Would you give one as a gift to someone who may be a little rough with these? It read very well when I saw Antony released these, only I don't often get take away. Was thinking at the time would make great presents.

    PS Were you one of the ones who got invited to the 'coffee influencers' release event or the more impressively titled 'coffee notables' release event?
    Hi 338

    Yes seems to protect well, the lid slightly extends beyond the lip of the top which would also help protect the lip. The lid has a subtle extra lip to help remove it.

    Tried a coffee now, kept it hot down to the end (although I do drink my coffee fast). Picked up a couple of 'new' smells which I'm sure will go in a few uses.

    Would make a good gift, certainly the most stylish reusable cup I've seen.

    No I'm definitely not a 'coffee influencer' and wasn't invited, but more than happy to help a local aussie business get a good product selling!

    Cheers

    Sniff

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    Sttoke reusable cup

    Looks beautiful, I do have to say claims that it's the ultimate on the go reusable are a bit spurious though. The FAQ tells you not to carry it in a bag and afaict the lid can't be used to drink it on the go!

    Perfect if you only want something to ferry a coffee back to the office. I use my SoL for that most days, so if I stick with my current gig I might grab one. I have one of just about every other reusable after all...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic_Matt View Post
    Looks beautiful, I do have to say claims that it's the ultimate on the go reusable are a bit spurious though. The FAQ tells you not to carry it in a bag and afaict the lid can't be used to drink it on the go!

    Perfect if you only want something to ferry a coffee back to the office. I use my SoL for that most days, so if I stick with my current gig I might grab one. I have one of just about every other reusable after all...
    Hi Matt,

    The advice about not carrying it around in your bag all the time is yes, if it bangs around in the bottom of you bag it might mark, particularly if its is knocking against keys etc. Any glass keep cup would break in the same situation. Maybe that was read a little bit too literally.

    It can absolutely be used while on the go or walking. We have added a disclaimer about hot liquids spiling etc... just to be careful, no different to any other reusable. In fact i would suggest that our lid and sealing is better then most on the market. The cup, the lid, the spout, seal etc are designed to be used on the go, that is its purpose

    Cheers

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    We like to think you are a 'Coffee notable" Sniff
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    How do you carry reusable cups in city streets without looking like a blind person looking for handout's?

    I'm trying to visualise adults walking around the streets carrying a sippy cup, do you drop/hide it into a fringed hippy style shoulder bag, stuff it into a coat pocket or do you secrete it in some other cool way? reckon I've been too long in the bush, seems like a city problem to me.

    Then of course there are the hygiene aspects, been rolling around in a bag/pocket with handkerchiefs, tissues and all sorts of unmentionables, then the barista picks it up and proceeds to do his thing with my more or less grubby cup, then moves on to the next customer, cross contamination! makes me wonder?
    Then when you get to the ordering stage! does it go something like this.

    I understand the concept, I'm struggling with the logic.
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    Yelta,

    The visual image you paint is hilarious and somewhat true.

    Maybe a city problem, but a very topical one at the moment.

    This week an inner city cafe stated that they would no longer use paper cups and that people had to bring their own reusable cup if they wanted a take away. Certainly a way of changing peoples habits!

    Cheers

    Antony
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    G'Day Antony, questions I have been pondering for a while.

    I agree, something desperately needs to be done about non recyclable packaging, I'm just not sure this is the way.

    "This week an inner city cafe stated that they would no longer use paper cups and that people had to bring their own reusable cup if they wanted a take away."
    Whilst I admire the initiative of the proprietor sadly the majority will continue to use plastic lined paper cups, and consumers will continue to pay for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casa Espresso View Post

    Maybe a city problem, but a very topical one at the moment.

    This week an inner city cafe stated that they would no longer use paper cups and that people had to bring their own reusable cup if they wanted a take away. Certainly a way of changing peoples habits!

    Cheers

    Antony
    Thanks for posting this Antony, I haven't stopped laughing since I read it.
    You call this a city problem, I refer to it as a typical Melbourne snowflake reaction. It doesn't solve any problems, just makes the participants feel good about themselves, and their "so called environmentally friendly" actions.
    After all, isn't feeling good about one's immediate actions all the rage now? Especially in a southern capital city.
    Long term consequences and real world solutions are treated with derision. Trendy short term feel good solutions are all that matters in Melbourne.

    Just chalk it up to another "only in Melbourne" moment.
    Once gain, thanks for the laugh.
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    Waiting for white to come back in stock and I'm keen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bosco_Lever View Post
    Thanks for posting this Antony, I haven't stopped laughing since I read it.
    You call this a city problem, I refer to it as a typical Melbourne snowflake reaction. It doesn't solve any problems, just makes the participants feel good about themselves, and their "so called environmentally friendly" actions.
    After all, isn't feeling good about one's immediate actions all the rage now? Especially in a southern capital city.
    Long term consequences and real world solutions are treated with derision. Trendy short term feel good solutions are all that matters in Melbourne.

    Just chalk it up to another "only in Melbourne" moment.
    Once gain, thanks for the laugh.
    Good to see Queensland Victorian rivalry is still alive and well.depositphotos_153594574-stock-illustration-funny-cartoon-banana-in-a.jpg
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    got my cup delivered yesterday and I can confirm it is really sexy
    great feel to it and the finish is great

    i do wonder if the exterior coating might start wearing after daily use?
    and my only other gripe is i wish they sold a larger sized cup as well

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