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Product Features: •


Stackable beer cup


• CE marked at one pint •


• • Material: Polypropylene (PP)


• Patented stackable handle lets you carry multiple full cups


Eco-friendly reusable and recyclable design


• Made from durable and rigid plastic


Stackability helps reduce spillages


• Handle means hands don’t warm up the cup


• An eco friendly alternative to disposable paper and plastic cups • Glass-washer safe for up to 1,000 washes.


Te Perfect Party Accessory…


Te unique Stack-Cups not only stand out from the crowd, but also make it significantly easier to get through it too. Eliminating the need for trays and spilt beer, these plastic pint cups feature a patented stacking spiral handle which allow you to stack as many cups as you can carry, to make your journey from the bar to your friends easier.


Ideal for house parties, BBQs and other social gatherings, the Stack-Cups also make a practical, consumer-friendly and profitable alternative to breakable glassware and disposable plastic and paper cups for bars, large events and festivals.


Tese cups are CE marked at a pint, ensuring they are suitable for use in licensed establishments.


Made from rigid, reusable and recyclable polypropylene plastic, the eco-friendly Stack-Cups are glass-washer safe for up to 1,000 washes and recyclable at the end of their life. Tis makes them the perfect green alternative to other disposables, helping you save both the environment and money.


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Prices start from £9.99 for a set of 6 www.drinkstuff.com


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