Pokito Collapsible Reusable Cup - Lime
The ultimate reusable collapsible - one cup, three sizes
A perfect planet-friendly solution to drinks on the move as this one reusable and collapsible cup can be resized to hold three volumes of drink. PLUS, it is designed and manufactured in the UK leaving a lighter carbon footprint!
Whether you’re rushing to work, heading to the gym or embarking on an active adventure, carry your spill-free Pokito with you.
Meticulously designed to hold all hot and cold drinks. When Pokito is empty, just fold it down and slide it into your pocket or bag, and carry on with your day without the hassle of carrying around a heavy reusable cup.
Sizes (all from one cup):
Closed: Width 9.5cm, Height 4.5cm
Espresso: Volume 230ml (8oz), Height 10.5cm
Medio: Volume 350ml (12oz), Height 10.5cm
Grande: Volume 475ml (16oz), Height 15cm
Spill-proof - screw down, click shut to seal
- Resizable & Versatile - three drinking sizes in one cup
- Easy to clean - dishwasher-safe, just wash and go
- Safe - FDA-approved European materials, no BPAs or phthalates, taste-free, odourless
- Tough and insulated - built-in heat protection
- Strong and stable - tough to topple
- Eco-friendly - built to last, readily recyclable
- Portable - scrunch down and pop in your bag, fits in most car cup holders, light at 100g
Care: Designed with smooth inner walls to prevent bacteria collecting. Ideally, it’s best to rinse your pokito after you’ve finished your drink and before you store it in your bag.
When you get home, place it on the top shelf of your dishwasher (lid and cup separately) or hand wash.
Any light stains or strong drink odours that occur over time can be removed by scrubbing lightly with a simple baking powder and water paste.
Silicone can sometimes have an odour so the Pokito is made from TPE (thermoplastic elastomer) for the soft component and PP (polypropylene) for the hard bands.
The Pokito Cup is environmentally sustainable (pays for its environmental cost) after just 15 uses, and has been tested for up to 1,500 uses. It is recyclable at the end of its life.
There are literally thousands of reusable cups on the market so why bother inventing a new one? Well, simply put, the vast majority aren’t being reused. Market researchers commissioned by the City of Toronto asked consumers why that was. Mostly people thought that existing reusable cups were ok in the car but were too heavy or bulky to be carried around if you’re on foot. The existing collapsible cups weren’t very practical either as they tended to be too small or too unstable or poorly insulated.