Stojo Collapsible Cup review – a reusable coffee cup for my handbag | Reducing plastic use

Stojo cup review - how to use a Stojo collapsible cup - great for coffee and tea on the go for sleep deprived mums
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I’ve been very keen on reducing plastic for a long time now. Not just this last year when everyone’s been talking about it, but for a few years now. We’ve had reusable weaning Nom Nom pouches for 3 or so years and use them daily. Reusable products are in as we fight to save the planet from mountains of plastic, so it’s back to my birthday present from hubby, the Stojo Cup. This is an innovative reusable cup which collapses, fits in your handbag and can then save you money on your coffees out. Anyway we can limit the use of disposable cups which can’t be recycled is one difference we can easily make. See it in action in my video below:

Here’s a quick Stojo Cup review…

Buy the Stojo collapsible cup from Amazon*, for around £12.99 RRP.

A larger Stojo cup is also available.

*Amazon affiliate link, I may earn a few pennies if you click on the link and buy from Amazon, all at no extra cost to you.

And, on to the Stojo Collapsible Cup basics…

The Stojo cup comes in a few colours: black, blue, pink, orange, red, green…

The Stojo cup comes in two sizes. I have the smaller.

The Stojo cup is easy to clean, can go in the dishwasher and completely comes apart.

The Stojo cup is easy to use, collapsing in seconds and pulling open in seconds too.

Stojo cup - the reusable coffee cup that collapses to fit in your bag in seconds. Great for busy mums! A great mum hack after a sleepless night

New Mummy Blog Stojo Reusable Cup verdict:

The Stojo collapsible cup feels safe and stable despite being made of silicone which is soft enough to collapse.

I hope this helps you discover this fantastic cup, perfect for spur of the moment cups of coffee a big thing to me as a mum of two, when I mistime our outings and the girls need their lunch, a feeding or I’m crashing after a long night of wake ups. I wouldn’t carry a normal reusable cup with me anywhere near as much as I use this one.

Other reducing plastic /plastic-free blog posts:

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  • Reply
    Tracey Kifford
    January 7, 2019 at 1:45 am

    We are also cutting down on one-use plastics – we have coffee flasks we take out and about with us to avoid using one-use cups

  • Reply
    Rosie (@greenrosielife)
    January 7, 2019 at 6:25 am

    I love the idea of a collapsible cup like this. I had a “normal” reusable cup but it cracked after only a short time in my bag. This should be more robust and take up less space.

  • Reply
    January 7, 2019 at 8:37 am

    Sounds great, you’re right- I’d be more likely to pop that cup in my. Bag rather then my normal reusable cup. Looks fab x

  • Reply
    Janet Yarwood
    January 7, 2019 at 11:40 am

    These look great. I really should use reusable cups but most don’t fit in my handbag so this would be really handy.

  • Reply
    Eva Katona
    January 7, 2019 at 3:13 pm

    Reusable coffee cups that you can carry with yourself are the way forward!

  • Reply
    January 7, 2019 at 5:42 pm

    Sounds like a great cup.

  • Reply
    January 8, 2019 at 7:07 am

    I’ve never seen collapsible ones. Such a great idea

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    Amanda Blackburn
    January 8, 2019 at 12:50 pm

    I’m a massive coffee fan, this cup sounds great 👍 coffee on the go

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    Arfa Moore
    December 11, 2019 at 5:40 am

    You took a great step by reducing plastic use. It’s good news for me that this coffee cup is available in pink color(i love pink and I think most of the girls do) I always support the environmental product so I would love to buy this coffee cup. Thanks for the article!

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