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Topic # 228837 25-Jan-2018 07:19
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Best reusable coffee cup. Ie; for barista use, not a car cup.

As a user what have you tried, what works and what does not.

If you have barista experience of these I'd like to hear about it as well. They are priced from $30-$50 so I'd like to get this right first time : )

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  Reply # 1946368 25-Jan-2018 07:26
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I'm a big fan of keep cups. I've used them for some years and they are great.

 

https://nz.keepcup.com/?country=New%20Zealand#

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1946375 25-Jan-2018 07:50
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I've used all sorts of reusable cups, and my absolute favourite is the glass Keep Cup with the cork band. 

 

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  Reply # 1946422 25-Jan-2018 09:23
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Keepcups - https://www.instagram.com/p/BdQ3y2EhEAh/?taken-by=davidcole_nz  I had an older one which was all plastic....now you can get glass bottomed.  A lot of cafes will sell them and places like moore wilsons.  But if you want the full range, but direct from Aus.  Didn't take long to come.

 

 





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  Reply # 1946429 25-Jan-2018 09:41
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soolaroo:

 

I've used all sorts of reusable cups, and my absolute favourite is the glass Keep Cup with the cork band. 

 

Susanna

 

 

Agreed - my favourite is the glass with the cork band - it's not my daily usage, as it doesn't go through the dishwasher. 

 

sorry to the OP - does anyone have experience with the KeepCup "Longplay"?


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  Reply # 1946450 25-Jan-2018 09:55
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We have about 6 of the regular plastic keepcups. Would recommend!

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  Reply # 1946453 25-Jan-2018 10:08
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wazzageek:

 

soolaroo:

 

I've used all sorts of reusable cups, and my absolute favourite is the glass Keep Cup with the cork band. 

 

Susanna

 

 

Agreed - my favourite is the glass with the cork band - it's not my daily usage, as it doesn't go through the dishwasher. 

 

sorry to the OP - does anyone have experience with the KeepCup "Longplay"?

 

 

 

 

The glass part does?  I put mine through there, and just take off the silicon band and wash the lid separately.

 

 





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  Reply # 1946456 25-Jan-2018 10:14
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The best cup I've ever had was a double walled glass one (manufacturer unknown).  Kept coffee hot and fingers cool and no plastic/rubber taste.

 

 





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  Reply # 1946460 25-Jan-2018 10:23
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I have (an old) plastic keep cup and it affects the taste. So if I was to buy again, it would be glass.


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  Reply # 1946466 25-Jan-2018 10:36
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+1 for Keep Cup, the plastic one fits nicley in car cup holder.

 

Not sure if the glass ones would fit they look fatter.


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  Reply # 1946470 25-Jan-2018 10:42
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Although I like the design of cuppa coffee cup (https://www.cuppacoffeecup.com/nz/range/) the seal around the lid is affected over time and mine now dribbles when I take a sip :( - several folk at work who had them say the same and now have the glass Keep Cup


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  Reply # 1946493 25-Jan-2018 11:21
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Found it (on a UK site)

 

https://www.bodum.com/gb/en/10110-10-12





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  Reply # 1946841 25-Jan-2018 20:44
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MikeAqua:

Found it (on a UK site)


https://www.bodum.com/gb/en/10110-10-12


Oh nice! £60 for six. No lid?

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  Reply # 1946842 25-Jan-2018 20:46
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Handle9:

I'm a big fan of keep cups. I've used them for some years and they are great.


https://nz.keepcup.com/?country=New%20Zealand#


 


 


Keepcup is the clear winner! Will order.

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  Reply # 1946846 25-Jan-2018 20:53
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Yep the little KeepCup with the glass and the cork!

 

https://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/SearchResults.aspx?searchString=keepcup+glass

 

 


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  Reply # 1946878 25-Jan-2018 21:34
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davidcole:

 

wazzageek:

 

Agreed - my favourite is the glass with the cork band - it's not my daily usage, as it doesn't go through the dishwasher. 

 

 

The glass part does?  I put mine through there, and just take off the silicon band and wash the lid separately.

 

 

Apologies - the cork band it's dishwasher safe - the glass is.  Apparently taking the band on and off will eventually destroy the cork band as well.

 

When I'm well behaved, I use the keep cup with the cork band and then wash by hand ... 


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