Snap Cups by Angela Schwab

Each cup holds three ounces of drink; perfectly sized for double shot of espresso/shot of sake/tajut of wine. Included with each cup are spare snaps and some epoxy, just like a nice shirt that comes with extra buttons and thread. Use the extra snaps to install your cup where you wish: to your bike, your desk, under a cabinet, or on the wall. Should a snap become separated during use, reattach it to the cup with a bit of epoxy.

Designer: Angela Schwab

10 Comments

  • Sammy Jann says:

    Funny stuff !!

  • carl says:

    i want to hate it but i like it.

  • mx says:

    bad idea but looks nice

  • Steph says:

    It’s more crafty than it is “design”. I feel like we’re going backwards here, but I like it.

  • Kateweb says:

    this looks rather cool but the snap doesn't appear as if it would support the weight of the cup and any liquid in it.

  • Kateweb says:

    this looks rather cool but the snap doesn't appear as if it would support the weight of the cup and any liquid in it.

  • sweet idea, but the colored ceramic on top of a clear glass base really isn't cute to me. plus, $719??!?!?!!?? Are you kidding me? I doubt I'd pay $20 for this, much less $719. Talk about a high opinion of one's self.

  • sweet idea, but the colored ceramic on top of a clear glass base really isn't cute to me. plus, $719??!?!?!!?? Are you kidding me? I doubt I'd pay $20 for this, much less $719. Talk about a high opinion of one's self.

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