Hello I’m Neil welcome back to the Happy Hut. I’m the tightwad dad from team tightwad. Thanks for clicking on this video because
today I’m showing you this – it’s the Stojo collapsible reusable coffee cup. This is the 16oz size I have no idea what
16 ounces is because I’m from the UK. It’s 480ml which is about a can and a half
of coke. I’ve not got that in here now I’ve got fizzy
water I’ve been using this for about a month now
and it’s been fantastic The only downside with it is that friends
keep asking me “but doesn’t it just collapse when you’re holding it?” And I just wanted to make a video to show
you you can’t there’s a tough collar here which you can take off for cleaning and I’ll
show you how it collapses in a second but when that’s on…
it’s really sturdy I’m really pushing that hard
and as for a spill test I’ve got some fizzy water in here let’s go
oh that could have gone horribly wrong I have had some badness though
if the screw top isn’t put on properly it does leak all down you just before job
interview when you have put the lid on and I recommend
you do it not the barista – if you’re lucky enough to go to a coffee shop – because this
has leaks if it’s not put on properly it has to be on exactly right
let me show you inside don’t know if you can see that
the collapsible rubber has to overlap the screw top seal and if it hasn’t because sometimes
I’ve put it on and I haven’t pulled it up and man it’s gone
everywhere so long as you put it together correctly it’s a fantastic cup.
and look how spill test-y it is This lid on the top not only seals it but
it also makes it kind of a vacuum so it makes it even harder to compress
let me show you how to collapse it excuse me
this is how easy it is to collapse it firstly take the lid off because if that’s
on it will stop you from collapsing it you take the collar off and you just push
hard there that’s what it looks like inside
sorry I’ve not cleaned mine for a bit and then you tuck the collar inside like that
– do it up and that’s really compact The material feels a bit like the rubber that
you get with hot water bottles so it is a bit disconcerting when you first use
it because you know like my friend’s worry for me and will it collapse while you’re
drinking But for me it doesn’t has been really solid
and just make sure that you twist it left to get the click and then right “righty-tighty”
to make that air tight all the way around If you wondered what a Stojo collapsible Cup
looks like I hope this has helped If you have got to this part of the video
I’d really appreciate a little thumbs up just to let me know that somebody got to this far
into the video and if you’re even kinder you don’t have to look at anything I make over
again but if you hit the subscribe button it really helps me get closer to a 1000 subscribers
so really appreciate that and there’s a link to where to get this Cup
on Amazon just in the description I get some pennies for it so thanks if you buy it from
there and thanks for watching I hope this helps
Can you please help my daddy get 1000vsubscribers just click on his face thanks bye


  1. Well, Neil Mossey 16 oz is 2 cups of water,
    12 oz is 1 cup 5 ounces. My sister just bought me 1 in Mint green color. So, cool.

  2. This is so helpful! So many reviews are conflicting it’s really good to see it in person! Some reviews talk about a rubbery taste – is that something you experienced?

  3. Thanks for the review, it helps to make up my mind either to buy stojo or keep cup in terms of usability and easy to carry (weight). Now I have made up my mind to buy Stojo 🙂

  4. Thanks for the video! I have a Stojo cup & I couldn’t figure out how to keep it leak-proof till you explained it! 👍🏻

    And also just out of curiosity, how practical is it for day to day use going out & about? When you get a coffee made in it for example, do you wash the cup in the toilet when you’re done? (assuming you don’t simply buy a drink & then go home)

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