Eco Bamboo Fibre Mug (Black) – Made by Humans
$11.95 inc. GST
Introducing the Bamboo Fibre Mug, made from the eco-friendly and super light weight Bamboo plant…a great gift for the office and the traveller.
Bamboo Fiber Mug in Black from Made by Humans
The Bamboo Fibre Mug is excellent for use in the office, taking a drink to work on the bus or train or as an eco-friendly option in the home. The unique feature of the mug is that is made from bamboo which is an extremely quick growing, highly renewable natural resource. Making fibre out of it is an entirely water free process hence no surface or ground water gets polluted. Bamboo fiber has moreover certain naturally non-toxic qualities.
The fiber has wonderful properties: it is biodegradable, it can hold hot and cold beverages and it is also food safe. You can pop your bamboo fiber mug into the dishwasher to give it a clean. It also comes with an easy to clean silicone lid. The grooves around the mug stop fingers from getting burnt when enjoying a hot drink.
A huge advantage of the Made by Humans Bamboo Fiber mug is that it is lighter than ceramic and steel travel mugs, making it a perfect drink holder for early morning commutes into work! The Bamboo mug weighs only 160 grams, and measures 11.4 cm in height and 7.6 cm in diameter.
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About Made By Humans Made By Humans is an award winning designer of contemporary giftware, home and office accessories, and stationery and promotional items. It offers unique products that have a distinctively modern look, that are functional and, last but not least, affordable. Made By Humans tries to be creative and innovative in what it does and it doesn’t mind pushing the envelope a bit when it comes to new product development.