Speaking of Boston and Fringe, 44RN sent me this on Sunday night and It’s gotta be one of the simplest, yet most useful (and off-topic but still relevant) designs I’ve seen this year. Check out Cuppow:
“This is CUPPOW – our solution for easier drinking from a canning jar. The canning jar already makes an awesome platform for a travel mug: it’s easy to clean, made of heat-resistant glass, cheap, durable, and when sealed it doesn’t leak. The only problem is that with their large openings, canning jars are not great for spill-free sipping while on the move. So we adapted it – made a new lid that lets us drink like a boss from virtually any wide mouth canning jar. It’s a simple eco-friendly alternative to poor-performing and messy disposable hot cups, and over-built and expensive travel mugs.”
Check out more below.
Cuppow was conceived of and designed by Joshua Resnikoff and Aaron Panone, and we’re proud to have developed a product that we look forward to using every day. That means: it works great, it’s super durable, it’s made in the USA, it’s BPA free, it’s recyclable, and it doesn’t break the bank.
Our amazing and talented friends, Natalya Zahn and Repeat Press designed, printed, and cut the packaging. Our pals Atedrake hooked us up with a website, and best buddy Paper Fortress made our video. Most of this happened under one roof, at Fringe, in Somerville, Massachusetts.
We hope you like it! If you do, please tell your friends!
Love, Joshua and Aaron