- non-slip scale for a quick content control
- discreet drinking lid which hides inside the cup
- all around holes enable drinking from all sides
- BPA-free, dishwasher safe, microwaveable
- sustainable reusable plastic, 100 % Made in Germany
|Model No.:||820 + 814|
|Material:||High-quality plastic (BPA-free)|
|EAN / GTIN:||4041736105788|
Note: This product (Non-Slip Cup with Scale model 820 and Drinking Lid model 814) is designed specifically for people with a long-term disability and therefore is accepted as subject to VAT relief on Amazon.
This set consists of two separately available components: the Non-Slip Cup with Scale 220 ml (model 820) and the Drinking Lid (ø 70 mm) (model 814).
Keeping a firm hand thanks to the non-slip scale.
The decor on the cup is not only pretty to look at, but also functional: The transparent non-slip cup with scale features a special non-slip decor that offers not only a high grip, but also quick and easy content control.
Practical, quick content control.
The decor of the plastic cup does not only provide grip, the integrated metric scale makes checking the liquid inside the cup easier. This feature facilitates the work process of care staff in hospitals and nursing homes. The scale enables quick and easy measuring, facilitates controlling the drinking behaviour and prevents dehydration. The desired volume is reached when the liquid gets to the corresponding decor circles. The cup is a practical daily helper for the elderly, private and professional care and people living with diseases such as stroke, Alzheimer's, dementia, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's and dysphagia.
The decor is made of special material with strong non-slip function. It does not only look good but also improves the drinking comfort noticeably. The high grip makes drinking for people with limited hand function and shaky hands easier and gives children’s hands a secure hold which makes it wonderful to use for birthdays or parties.
No choking, no scalding.
The drinking lid with all around openings enables drinking from all sides which encourages intuitive use. Its design makes it disappear inside the mug, so it does not stand out as a drinking aid. Additionally, the drinking lid reduces the risk of choking, since compared to a spouted lid, the swallowing reflex is triggered through direct contact with the lip – similarly to when drinking without a lid. Moreover, the user can feel the temperature of the beverage with the lips and is less likely to get burned on the tongue or mouth than when drinking with a spouted lid. For straw-lovers there is a special opening the straw can be clamped in. By the way: In summer the lid protects your drink against insects.