Climate Cups FAQ

Climate Cups FAQ

Climate Cups

How do you assemble the cup?

Step 1: Open the tab

Step 2: Remove the heat sleeve from the bottom of the cup

Step 3: Pull out the body of the cup

Step 4: Replace the heat sleeve

Step 5: Screw off the lid and fill with a delicious drink!

What are the cups made out of?

Climate Cups are made using FDA­ grade polypropylene plastic and silicone (all safe recyclable materials). The cups are completely free of BPAs, phthalates, glues and lead.

How do I clean the cup?

Separate the cup into three (heat sleeve, lid and cup). Pop it in the dishwasher or wash by hand.

Will the cup leak in transit?

We would not recommend that you put your Climate Cup in your bag while it's filled with a beverage. While liquid may not leak out, there is a chance that the stopper could snag or get caught resulting in liquid pouring out of the top of the cup and we wouldn’t want you to risk this happening! When the cup is collapsed and mostly clear of liquid, however, you can feel comfortable chucking it into your bag as it is unlikely that the cup will leak when closed.  

Doesn’t the cup get really hot?

When your Climate Cup is filled with a hot beverage, the plastic lid and sleeve let you hold the cup comfortably, with very minimal heat transfer to your hand. Without the sleeve (on the bare silicone), the heat transfer is similar to using a disposable cup without a sleeve.

How much liquid does the cup hold?

12oz / 355ml

 

Climate Bottles

How much liquid does the bottle hold?

500ml when extended / 180ml when collapsed 

What are the bottles made out of?

Climate Bottles are made using FDA­ grade polypropylene plastic and silicone (all safe recyclable materials). The bottles are completely free of BPAs, phthalates, glues and lead.

What size is the bottle?

The bottles are 9.84 inches tall when extended and 5.90 inches tall when collapsed.

Will the bottle leak?

Climate bottles are watertight and leak proof. The bottles have a lock ring which prevent the seal from accidentally opening in transit. 

Can the bottle hold hot liquid?

The bottle can withstand temperatures of -58°F to 392°F, it is both dishwasher and microwave safe

Delivery Cost

We charge standard Royal Mail postage fees. For the UK we deliver 2nd class (£2.95). The cost stays the same for up to three items and increases slightly for 3+ items dependant on overall weight of your parcel in line with Royal Mail charges.