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Best Reusable Coffee Cups (2020 Review!)



What are the best reusable coffee cups on the market? We reviewed and tested 8 popular coffee travel mugs to help you pick the best option for you! Coffee cups that we included are KeepCup Brew & Thermal, rCup, Loveramics Nomad Cup, Kinto Travel Tumbler, Frank Green Ceramic, Carter Everywhere Mug and Huskee Cup.

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– FEATURED COFFEE CUPS & MUGS —
(When available, we use affiliate links and may earn a commission!)

► rCup: https://geni.us/KvTuJO (Amazon)
► Loveramics Nomad Cup: https://www.loveramics.com/collections/nomad
► Kinto Travel Tumbler: https://geni.us/4T1z9Fh (Amazon)
► Frank Green Ceramic: https://geni.us/lLrC (Amazon)
► Carter Everywhere Mug: https://geni.us/MlP9 (Amazon)
► Huskee Cup: https://geni.us/weOL6 (Amazon)
► KeepCup Brew: https://geni.us/NiSPe8 (Amazon)
► KeepCup Thermal: https://amzn.to/3jJ9X1F (Amazon)

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► AeroPress, Inc. – https://aeropress.com
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► Comandante – http://www.comandantegrinder.com
► Cropster – https://www.cropster.com
► Loveramics – https://www.loveramics.com

— TIMESTAMPS —
0:00 Intro
1:22 Reusable Coffee Cups Showdown
4:25 Test #1: Thermal Loss
5:46 Test #2: Leak Test
6:50 Test #3: Weight
7:09 Test #4: Cleaning
7:35 Test #5: Brew Compatibility
8:19 Test #6: Drinking Experience
8:23 Our Favourite Cups!
11:32 Thank you

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  1. What do you think? Waiting for your experience with reusable coffee cups!

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  2. Which cups would you recommend for tea?

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  3. 5:43 it is also the smallest capacity so it would lose temperature more easily.

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  4. I've used Huskee Cups for years. They are brilliantly designed and simple. I love the heat fins and I never burn my hands. For years, I used the Huskee cup on the subway going to work in the morning. It was much better than the paper cups everyone else was using. I don't believe, however, Huskee Cups are healthy. Despite the use of coffee husks, the smell of plastic and chemicals never ceases. When hot coffee is inside the cup, I'm afraid the chemicals leach into the coffee and it could cause cancer. Husky needs to re-engineer their materials to be completely food safe and inert. Hot coffee should never be put in plastic of any kind!

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  5. I went for Carter Fellow but Move version which has a small attachment inside, allows to drink without lid with no spill 🙂 Also, went for black version even tho I like the coloured ones – But so damn expensive!

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  6. Helpful, thanks!

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  7. Does anyone know where you can buy rcup in US right now?

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  8. The nomad is not leak proof right

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  9. wow, this is by far the best review for reusable coffee cups. I really appreciate the part where you consider the cleaning part; personally, it's one of my concerns apart from durability and suitability to heat. I'm planning to give a reusable coffee cup as a gift to someone who is busy with her work & who travels too, so this review really helps.

    Personally, I'd pick Carter Everywhere Mug, 'cause of the portability, ease of cleaning (as compared to others here i the review), length of heat inside, sleek, durability.

    Thanks so much!

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  10. I love my coffe mug unfortunately after 2 years the Lid has started to leak when i take a drink,no matter how tight i screw it ……it still leaks …

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  11. I like to use stainless steel cups as they keep the drink hot longer but how to get rid of the stain.

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  12. I bought a keepcup over 10 years ago. Of course I still have it. The point is, to buy ONE not to contribute to even more consumption!

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  13. AMAZING REVIEW! omg! need the same for collapsible coffee cups!

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  14. The Frank Green is one of the worst leaking cups, after a few minutes steam warps the rubber seal and water just flies out everywhere literally ruining your clothes and backpack, after a few months the button seizes up and fails too. Poor product, but initial testing wouldn’t show that of course.

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  15. I absolutely LOVE my Kinto cup! I have however recently obtained the 10oz Frank Green, she is hella cute but I will be watching closely how it wears over time. Also taking the lid apart to clean is not for the faint of heart, or even slightly clumsy fingers. I’ve had my Kinto for years and it has NEVER let me down, and I have had zero leak problems! 💚 this is a very well presented video! Thank you!

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  16. Did you put the same amount of water on each cup for the insulation test? Otherwise the bigger cups will stay hot longer.

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  17. i love Stojo

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  18. I go backpacking. I need something that will seal. That is a deal breaker for me. I use an old small size peanut butter jar. It is much lighter, easy to replace when it wears out and very cheap. The down side is it will miss form a little the first time you put in boiling water but is ok after that. The best part is the threaded lid seals completely. It weighs about a 1/3 of your cup. I make my own cozy but I usually don't even take it because I carry it in my hip belt cup holder. I wish I could find something with a threaded seal that will keep its shape better. Have looked for years with no luck.

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  19. This was an incredibly insightful and useful review. Great work!

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  20. Thank you for chapters

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  21. I use stainless Steel mug

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  22. Wow Dude! what an Excellent video! Thank you from the US of A!!!!

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  23. I prefer cold brewed ice coffee. My 20 once yeti rambler lets me put in a single large ice cube and keeps my coffee from being diluted due to the insulation. I was considering a ceramic travel cup for the 6-8 weeks of cold weather here in south Texas for hot coffee. Thank you for the great demonstrations!

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  24. You missed out the best of them all. Yeti Hot shot

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  25. My biggest concern is something that is SAFE for LONGTERM use

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  26. Fabulous video! Thanks so much for doing the work for the rest of us!

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  27. I prefer the Fellow Carter Mug. I like the look and feel. I can brew with my Fellow Stagg X or any other brewing method with ease into the mug. The drinking experience is great. And travel is easy. At work it is my primary drinking device.

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  28. Thanks for this overview – very helpful. For a follow-up test for thermal loss – could you please include just a normal ceramic cup as a 'control' ? Just to get an idea how much of an improvement (or not) even the simple 'thermal' mugs would be. Cheers!

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  29. Kinto or Carter! there you go

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  30. Stanley Shortstack for me

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  31. +1 for Carter everywhere, it really keeps temperature and the ceramic coating is really does a great job on keeping the taste and aroma sturdy
    Amazing review by the way

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  32. do any of them get bad smell or taste after using for awhile?

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  33. I move between different cups. Atm my favourite is Fressco (not mentioned in the video) it has a sleek minimalist design and keeps the coffee warm. Frank Green is second on my list as it survives a bike commute, although the lid is a bit complex. Huskee lid is too difficult to get on and off so only use it at home. I think I have too many reusables!

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  34. Cool video! It helped 🙂

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  35. Thank you so muchh

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  36. We want a new video for coffee cups that support cold drinks with straws

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  37. Went for the Carter Everywhere after watching this, and I love it! It was between the Kinto and the Carter, but the Aeropress is my go to brewing method so the Kinto's size was a bit of a deal breaker for me.

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  38. What about thermos cups and fressko cups?

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  39. Just a note: Keepcup Cork edition isn’t dishwasher safe, as it has cork that could deteriorate after a while, other than that thank you for the video, very helpful.

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  40. best

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  41. Wow, I just want to say this is a very exhaustive review, super complete! Thank you so much; I'm watching reviews AFTER buying the KeepCup thermal, lol. I know, but I love it so far anyways 😀

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  42. A very good video, thank you. I order the kinto. It’s looks very practical for coffe and tea.

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  43. This was so helpful! I've been looking for a good reusable cup as we head back to the office for work and was interested in the frank green. But after watching this, it looks like the Kinto or the Carter Everywhere cups may be the better choices for me! Thank you!

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  44. Love this video, very satisfying to look at.

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  45. stoke cup not included in the review?

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  46. I think you have the medium Huskee Cup (240 ml – 8 oz), the smallest is 180 ml/6 oz. I'm trying to decide what size I should buy haha. Great review, thank you.

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