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    Hi Guys,

    There's a work initiative where people are looking for ceramic cups with silicone lids (or similar) - my first thought was that someone on here must've made/had/know of one. However, the search for "cup" is too short so if anyone can assist, please post!

    Criterias are:
    - durable preferably ceramic
    - has lid
    - need to be portable as we have a lot of meetings and rushing around (OH&S)

  • #2
    Originally posted by lilmeh View Post
    Hi Guys,

    There's a work initiative where people are looking for ceramic cups with silicone lids (or similar) - my first thought was that someone on here must've made/had/know of one. However, the search for "cup" is too short so if anyone can assist, please post!

    Criterias are:
    - durable preferably ceramic
    - has lid
    - need to be portable as we have a lot of meetings and rushing around (OH&S)
    I've seen these everywhere. From kitchenware stores (Robin's Kitchen, House) to Kmart, Target, Big W. Some cafe's often sell them. I can't think of a brand at the moment, I can picture the packaging of 1 in particular, just not the brand. Have you tried a search for 'ceramic takeaway coffee cup'?

    For instance: http://www.ecoathome.com.au/Eco-Home...Takeaway-Cups/

    Or there's KeepCups? My preferred favourite...
    Last edited by David8; 7 September 2012, 12:22 PM. Reason: Added link

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    • #3
      I thought KeepCups were plastic..

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      • #4
        Yes they are, but you did say "preferably ceramic", not "must be ceramic".

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        • #5
          I've seen the ceramic ones in "$2 shops".... for less than $5

          Make sure you smell the lids, yeah you will look a little odd in the store but some I've seen smell of chemicals, the good ones are silicone lids and are pretty inert.

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          • #6
            Quite expensive, but cool looking
            Mo Mug the world's first re-usable coffee cup... with a Mo. by Tony Small — Kickstarter

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            • #7
              I don't know about the 'world's first', we have two of them from Breville that we got from the launch of the BES900...

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              • #8
                If you are walking around a bit, and taking coffee with you, how about one of the smaller insulated mugs??--often stainless, so even more durable than ceramic.

                Greg

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by shapeshifter View Post
                  I don't know about the 'world's first', we have two of them from Breville that we got from the launch of the BES900...
                  Did the Breville cups have a Mo?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by David8 View Post
                    I've seen these everywhere. From kitchenware stores (Robin's Kitchen, House) to Kmart, Target, Big W. Some cafe's often sell them. I can't think of a brand at the moment, I can picture the packaging of 1 in particular, just not the brand. Have you tried a search for 'ceramic takeaway coffee cup'?
                    Maxwell Williams make them.

                    As well as S & P I think (Salt & Pepper)

                    I think even my local newsagent sells them!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by timmyc View Post
                      Did the Breville cups have a Mo?
                      Dunno if the Breville ones did but the idea has been done before. I saw them at SCAA a couple of years ago
                      http://www.appendixej.com/2010/05/21...es-travel-mug/
                      I think Javaphile might have taken pictures of them too... I remember we spoke about how they would freight well (or more likely not freight well... couriers love to play football!)
                      ;-)

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                      • #12
                        the only problem I have with these things is that the drinking aperture is always open.....so if I make a coffee before driving to work and stick it in the cup holder in the car there is sometimes a bit of leakage.....I guess I could put less coffee/milk in the cup.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Barry O'Speedwagon View Post
                          the only problem I have with these things is that the drinking aperture is always open.....so if I make a coffee before driving to work and stick it in the cup holder in the car there is sometimes a bit of leakage.....I guess I could put less coffee/milk in the cup.
                          That's why I find the KeepCup the best option.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by KidSetzer View Post
                            That's why I find the KeepCup the best option.
                            Another vote for the KeepCup. =)

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                            • #15
                              Yuh keep cups are great I have a couple in different sizes

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