Anodised metal cups are the quintessential Australian picnic cup. For years, no Sunday drive was complete without them. They’re light, durable, corrosion resistant, and very very bright. They also pack brilliantly.
The anodising process is one of the most environmentally friendly ways of treating metal, since its by-products are all recycled. The process was first used in British seaplanes in the 1920s, and is now featured in all those brightly coloured iPod Nanos.
Anodised tumblers are due for a comeback – you can’t buy a Nano or a seaplane for $5.00
– capacity per cup = 265ml
– come in set of four with neoprene case.
ps. Best not use these in dishwashers – remember dishwashers weren’t around in your nan’s time…