January 20, 2012
Transformer Top Turns Canning Jar Into Travel Mug
From The Green Head:
Just replace the metal lid with this cool new Cuppow sipping lid to transform an old-fashioned wide mouth canning jar into a uniquely interesting and inexpensive travel mug.
It's an ingenious and funny alternative to the typical slick and expensive travel mug, but until they invent a canning jar travel mug insulated sleeve, you'll need to be careful with hot coffee and tea.
However, sipping ice cold summer lemonade on the go will not be a problem.
Watch and learn.
January 20, 2012 at 11:01 AM | Permalink
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So, it's a sippy cup for hipsters. Joy.
Posted by: Rocketboy | Jan 20, 2012 9:09:42 PM
Ball jars just might be one of those things that
"flash before you" when you depart the BOJ universe.
Posted by: JoePeach | Jan 20, 2012 8:07:12 PM
Didn't I see this in "Stuff Hipsters Like"?
Posted by: Becs | Jan 20, 2012 4:28:07 PM
And, in Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas and Missouri this cap will facilitate the consumption of moonshine while on-the-go.
Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Jan 20, 2012 1:13:58 PM
I really like t his idea. The Ball jar is so versitile. It makes a great drinking glass. It's dishwasher safe, and it has standardized threading at the top for attachments.
There's a LOT of room for customization. When I saw the RSS for this, I thought it would be a screw on cap with a handle, and a sippy-top. I don't know if a beer "koozie" would fit on a jar, but that's another simple matter.
Ball Jars could be cups (plain), mugs (with koozie, handle), travel mugs (add a lid), serving vessels (add a pour-spout), seasoning dispensers for herbs, grated cheese, and so forth (add a shaker lid), and, of course, storage containers. They're so easily replaced, too.
They come apart, so they're easy to wash. And, I have this thing with travel mugs where I can't really believe that they're clean, because they're dark inside. I can tell when the glass is clean, however.
Posted by: Mojomonkeyfish | Jan 20, 2012 12:00:41 PM
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