Why Coffee Cuff™

If you have a takeaway coffee 5 days a week, that’s 260 cups and 260 bits of paper (probably thermal) a year that can’t be recycled. 520 single-use items in the blink of an eye! If you use a reusable cup and cuff you may use a couple a year and they can be recycled at the end of their life. It really is the simple things that make a difference!


Terracycle Coffee Cuff recycling

We choose Terracycle for our recycling. Our cuffs are sent to a processing facility, they are weighed, washed, consolidated, shredded and melted into pellets which are used to make awesome outdoor furniture!

BPS & BPA Free
None of that toxic rubbish in these babies!

Heat resistant
Love your drink hot (especially you Long Black drinkers)?

The cuffs not only help keep the heat in, they protect your hands. So when you take your first sip 5 or 10 minutes down the road we’ve got your back!

Internal grip
Not sure if the cuff will fit your cup? Well they fit all the standard sizes so far and the internal grip ensures they stay firm. You can also turn it inside out and have a pretty raindrop pattern as your cuff when you feel like keeping your order to yourself.

Dishwasher safe
Using a dishwasher to wash your cup? Throw your cuff in too!

Microwave safe
Got a microwave safe cup? Now you got a microwave safe order that stays with your cup everywhere it goes!

Precise ordering
Do you have a complex order, name that gets misspelled or just want to hand over and pay without any fuss? Coffee Cuffs ensure your order is clear, concise and eliminates soooo much room for error.  Imagine your perfect blend every time…. what a great start to the day!

Reduce single-use paper
If we’re trying to eliminate billions of cups from landfill with reusable cups then let’s eliminate billions of little bits of paper from landfill too.

Reduce toxic thermal paper
Most shop receipts are thermal. Most thermal receipts contain BPA.
“There is growing scientific evidence that even at lower levels of exposure, BPA may be causing problems such as infertility, obesity, breast cancer, prostate cancer, heart disease and diabetes.” Planetark.org/news 2 July 2019