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Keepcups

edited January 1970 in Accessories
Today I have been discovering how much enjoyment there is in a larger cup even if it is my soup mug  :thumb:.

I was looking at grabbing a Keepcup. Does anyone have one? Like it? Love it? hate it?

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  • I have had two for about 4 years now and must have used them 4 times when I had to hit the road running in a longish car trip. Keep cups are primarily for use at your local takeaway cafe, (which we home drinkers rarely/barely use :exclaim:) in an attempt to save on landfill. But yes, very hand if want one of yours on the run.  :P
  • I have one of the smaller ones. It works well but it's not as nice as some other travel-mugs out there.
  • Thank you both :). I wasn't so much fussed about the travel side of it. I was just thinking large cup and hopefully spill proof  :coffee2:.
  • Keep Cups are now available in glass. They're more expensive but should vastly improve taste of your drink and life span of the cup.
  • on 1435011526:
    Keep Cups are now available in glass. They're more expensive but should vastly improve taste of your drink and life span of the cup.
    Morning Leroy, welcome to The Coffee Forum, why not visit this page and tell us a little about yourself? :)
  • on 1435011526:
    Keep Cups are now available in glass. They're more expensive but should vastly improve taste of your drink and life span of the cup.
    Thanks Leroy, I have seen them on the bay of evil and am considering it. Decisions, decisions :). Welcome aboard!
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