Zoku makes this great travel tumbler. It’s great for keeping your drinks cool while on the run.
Zoku has all kinds of products for your household/kitchen. They put the fun in functional with innovative, easy-to-use, well-designed products. Zoku means family in Japanese. The definition goes beyond creating family memories around their products, it speaks to our culture.
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Zoku Travel Tumbler is now my new favorite cup.
I use cups with a lid all the time in house not just when I am out and about. I call them my adult sippy cups. I’m a clutz and knock my cup over way more often than I’d care to admit. This tumbler from Zoku is by far my favorite.
While it is not spill proof I don’t make as big of a mess as I usually do. The silicone seal around the lid makes for a nice tight seal. The reason for less spillage is that the straw actually stays in the cup! That’s amazing.
The double-walled design keeps drinks insulated and your hands warm and dry on the outside. This cup keeps 16oz of your favorite beverage cool at all times. I don’t like ice in my drinks because I don’t like the watered down taste. I love the fact that my iced tea stays colder longer in this tumbler.
This tumbler is BPA and phthalate free and should be hand washed only.
You can pick between the colors: red, green, teal, blue and purple. The retail price of this tumbler is only $11.99. At that price and given the color choices you can get a tumbler for every member of the family.
The Zoku company is one that many know and you probably have an item in your cupboard from them. Did you know if you have any of their ice pop molds you can buy replacement parts for them?
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