Copco To Go Cup - Brown
This cup looks like a disposable one but it's reusable so it reduces waste. With an easy-sip top, BPA free double wall mug provides enhanced insulation. Dishwasher and microwave safe.
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Durable, No Spills, Hot Coffee! I like these cups so much, that I have given them as gifts and my family owns several. Keeps coffee hot thru the process of finishing it - so the last sips aren't cold. No spills, easy to clean. I highly recommentd. March 15, 2013
Copco Cup Cops Out I liked my Copco hot/cold cup for a while, but the first time I subjected it to heat the brown band expanded and it's never contracted back to normal. Seeing as it was supposed to be dishwasher-safe and microwavable that was disheartening. I've yet to find a way to get the rubber band to contract back to normal. I won't buy another one. February 9, 2013
Good Travel Mug I purchased this travel mug to replace one that had developed a crack in the lid and thus was spilling coffee all over me when I used it. My criteria for a successful mug is that it is easy to close, holds enough coffee, and is relatively spill proof. I like that this lid has a flap that will keep your coffee from spilling out. Unfortunately the design makes it very easy to cover up the vent hole so sometimes you only get a dribble of coffee. This cup is dishwasher and microwave safe, which I like, but we'll have to see how the durability holds up as I have only owned these cups for a short period of time. Unfortunately one of the lids has already cracked - not in a way that prevents it from being used but it leaks slightly and causes a stain on the lid - so far only a cosmetic issue. January 9, 2013
Right on the Money Awesome coffee mug. Has a nice starbucks-like look and feel. Been using for a few months. I can't say if it's dish-washer safe I've only ever washed it by hand. I'm giving it a 4 instead of 5 because there are 2 very small problems: 1) If you hold the cup upside down with the lid closed, after about 4 seconds coffee will run out, 2) there is a "breather" hole at the top to let air in so the coffee pours out smoothly", if your coffee cup is full, coffee can clog the breather hole and make it hard to drink the coffee. You can blow in the hole to fix. If the hole were bigger and/or relocated further away from the spout it would correct the problem. Very small problems. Great coffee mug. December 28, 2012