Pokito is a reusable coffee cup that collapses down into a tiny disk, so it's easy to carry around with you. It fits in your pocket and can hold up to 16 ounces of liquid. Plus, it's made from BPA-free plastic and has a silicone lid that keeps the contents inside safe from spills. You can use this cup every day without worrying about harming the environment by using disposable cups.
Only 4.5cm high when closed.
Fits in most cup holders.
Made in the UK.
You're on the go and you need to stay hydrated. But carrying a water bottle is inconvenient, especially when it's full of liquid.
If you like the occasional (or not so occasional) coffee on the go then you need this cup. The clever collapsible design means this cup goes from 16oz to pocket-sized. You can keep it in your handbag, car, change bag or pocket and always have it on hand when you want a coffee so you'll never have to use a disposable cup again.
It's resizeable to accommodate a 16oz, 12oz or 8oz drink making it highly versatile, and the handy clip shut seal makes it spill proof and means you can pop it back in your bag when you're done.
Pokito was created by Canadian inventor Andrew Brooks who wanted to make it easier for people to enjoy beverages without having worry about disposing of their cups after consumption. Pokito is the ultimate go-to cup for on-the-go, environmentally conscious people. It's designed to be an ultra portable reusable cup that can be collapsed to a few centimetres when not in use and so can easily store in your pocket or purse.
1. Why should I consider buying a collapsible bottle?
These are highly versatile, and the handy clip shut seal makes it spill proof and means you can pop it back in your bag when you're done.
2. How do I store my Pokito cup?
Be sure to completely dry out the bottle by turning it upside down. Once dried, keep in a safe place until needed again or close with just enough air for storage purposes.
3. What is the capacity of this cup?
It's resizeable to accommodate a 16oz, 12oz or 8oz drink
4. Are these dishwasher safe?