Sunday, May 3, 2009

the keep cup.

Found something really cool in last weeks edition of The Age. Am I the only person who still loves to read a newspaper? Going online for the news just doesn't quiet cut it. A strong latte and some fresh Canadian style pancakes and a little of the A2 and I'm set for a very good weekend. Ben and I like to quiz one another on stuff, or fight over who is going to read 'The Two of Us' first.

Anyway, as I was sipping good coffee and feeling bloated from pancakes, I came across a little PR snippet on the new Keep Cup. The name says it all. A coffee cup you keep. And it's been designed by some very cool people, using very cool materials and costs only a cool $7.95. Best of all, it will save the environment from all those pesky takeaway cups that I am ashamed to admit I have used.



As yet the Keep Cup is NOT available. But to stay tuned, leave your details here and acknowledge a great idea at the same time.

3 comments:

Heather said...

I always think this is so great (the idea of not using throwaway cups every time I get coffee out somewhere), and then I remember how bad I am about cleaning my mug at work. And I think "hmmm...how clean are other people keeping their mugs?"...

Emily said...
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Abigail said...

KeepCup is designed to get you to commit to change your behaviour. Pleasing to look at, practical to use, easy to carry, priced to persuade. If you are commited we anticipate you will have 2-3 KeepCups on the go. Disposable is a diffucult habit to break but it must be done.