Australian firm Charlwood Design is currently funding the manufacturing of UpperCup, a reusable coffee cup that is both stylish and sustainable. The cup looks to address a facet of daily modern living currently dominated by disposable paper cups with its recyclable and ultra-functional design. The unique features of the UpperCup include a sturdy double-wall Tritan plastic construction that insulates the cup without absorbing any odors or flavors. The lid rotates 180 degrees to seal or reveal the drinking spout, preventing leaks or spillage. If you’re a coffee drinker or know one that could use one around Christmas when the cup is expected to ship, you can order yours now from the crowdfunding site Pozible where it is available in two colors and two sizes (8oz and 12oz).
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