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Looking for the perfect gift for the eco-conscious ocean lover? Then this reusable stainless steel tumbler might be the perfect answer!
Did you know that 500 billion coffee cups are produced every year? And that's just the hot cups. Less than 1% of them are recyclable, even if the label says otherwise. Coffee cups, to stay with the example, are almost never recycled, because they consist of 2 layers. The outer layer is paper, but the cup also has a thin inner layer of plastic that prevents the drink from leaking. This liner is inseparable from the paper, and so the paper cannot be recycled as paper, and the plastic cannot be recycled as plastic. Mixed composites like these almost always end up in landfills.
Say goodbye to single use plastic cups with this zero waste stainless steel tumbler. This versatile all-rounder is double insulated and perfect for hot and cold drinks. Fill it with your morning coffee (or tea) before you head to work or university, or take it to your favorite coffee shop. The double insulation keeps hot drinks hot for up to 6 hours and cold drinks cold for 24 hours. So after coffee, you can use it for water, lemonade or whatever you drink throughout the day.
And in the evening it is THE eye-catcher as a wine tumbler.
Everyone who knows me knows how much I love stainless steel as a non-toxic, hygienic alternative to plastic. It is 100% safe for food and drink, sustainable, durable, and infinitely reusable. The smooth, matte surface is antibacterial and easy to clean.
And when you get tired of it after years of use, it's 100% recyclable.
The tumbler comes with a matching lid made of clear, reusable plastic with a hole for easy sipping. This lid, although of plastic, is also recyclable.
This beautiful stainless steel tumbler is the perfect gift for any coffee junkie or tea lover. Or ocean lover, because the best part is the beautiful designs I had made especially for Seas & Straws. Each design is unique and cannot be found anywhere else. They feature 5 different hand drawn sea creatures surrounded by plastic. In their natural environment, each of these animals is affected by plastic in their own way, and these designs take that into account.
Wherever you go, you will attract attention. You'll be spoken to, and given the great opportunity to inform people about the problem of plastic pollution (Do you need arguments? You can find all the facts and figures on this website :-) )
You can choose between 3 lovely colors - white, black, and silver - and Seas & Straws' five beautiful animal designs. Or why not buy them all and make a matching set?
Have a look at the other products in this store, too - here you can find more lovely gifts like mugs, water bottles, lunch bags, t-shirts or hoodies.
If you have any question, please don't hesitate to send me a message. I'd be happy to help.
And if you don't like the tumbler when you receive it, there's a 100%, no questions asked, return policy.
The gentle ocean giants swim through the seas with their mouths wide open and suck up everything in their path, including lots of plastic pieces. Again and again, whales are washed up with 60 or more pounds of plastic in their stomachs.
Draw attention to this fact with "Save Whales from Plastic".
Sea lions are often victims of discarded fishing nets floating in the oceans. Once entangled, they cannot free themselves, so they cannot come up to the surface to breathe.
This beautiful stainless steel tumbler shows that fishing nets are one of the biggest dangers to marine animals on the open sea.
Like sea lions, dolphins too often get caught in fishing nets. The danger is two-fold: some of them get entangled in discarded ghost nets, but thousands also end up as so-called "bycatch" on large commercial fishing vessels.
Spark the conversation on sustainable seafood with "Save Dolphins from Plastic".
Sea turtles have a favorite food: they love jellyfish. In the depths of the ocean, however, they can't always tell the difference between a yummy meal and a floating clear plastic bag. Once ingested, the bag will clog their stomach.
"Save the Sea Turtles from Plastic" is the ideal reminder to stop using plastic bags in the future.
Seabirds are uniquely adapted to life on and near the ocean. They skim the surface and dive into the upper layers of the sea to hunt for fish. Unfortunately, that's also where much of the plastic is, which they then feed to their chicks.
"Save Sea Birds from Plastic" points out that our discarded plastic waste most often ends up in the ocean.