THE simple way to reduce disposables
STOJO IS convenient - Portable and compact, stojo quickly collapses into a leak-proof disk that you can keep in your bag or pocket to use anytime.
STOJO IS safe - Made from food grade, recyclable materials for hot and cold drinks. stojo is BPA free and microwave safe.
STOJO IS valuable - Saving the planet makes cents. Brew at home or get eco-friendly discounts at your local cafe.
STOJO IS easy to clean - Built with a seamless, take-apart design for easy cleaning. stojo is glue free and dishwasher safe.
Ultra-portable and reusable, the stojo biggie is the 16 oz version of our collapsible cup. Designed by coffee lovers, it's a sustainable and convenient alternative to disposable cups or bulky travel mugs for your hot and cold drinks.
Throw your 2” collapsed stojo in your bag or pocket or stash in your luggage before a flight or camping trip so it’s always there when you need it. Ask your local cafe for discounts with your stojo, or brew at home for even bigger savings.
MATERIALS & CARE
How do I clean the cup?
Unscrew the plastic lid from the plastic collar. Separate the collar and sleeve from the silicone cup. Put everything in the top shelf of the dishwasher or wash it by hand.
How do I reassemble the cup after cleaning?
First – Position the plastic collar, threaded side up, above the silicone cup.
Second – Deform the cup into a “C” shape and push it through the collar.
Third – Make sure the seal (ie. the top silicone ridge of the cup) sits adjacent to, and completely above, the top of the plastic collar.
Fourth – Screw the lid tightly onto the plastic collar to ensure an adequate seal is formed.
Can I put my cup in a backpack, purse or other bag while it's filled with a beverage?
We would not advise anyone to put the cup in their bag while it's filled with a beverage. While liquid in all likelihood would not leak out, there is a chance something inadvertent could occur, and we wouldn't want your cup to be to blame for a drenched bag. For example, if the stopper were to get snagged on a backpack zipper, it could dislodge, and liquid would spill out of the spout. You should feel completely comfortable collapsing your cup into a disk and throwing it in your bag when it’s mostly clear of liquid though (if some moisture and droplets remain inside the cup, they will not leak out when the cup is properly closed).
How warm does the silicone get when it’s filled with a hot beverage?
Heat transfer through the “naked” silicone cup is similar to the heat transfer you feel through a disposable paper coffee cup without a sleeve. When your coffee or tea is at its hottest, the plastic lid and sleeve let you hold the cup comfortably, with very minimal heat transfer to your hand.
Are the materials BPA and phthalate free?
Of course! We use only FDA grade polypropylene (#5 recycleable) plastic and LFGB certified silicone rubber (LFGB is an EU standard that is considered even more stringent than FDA). We also use no adhesives during assembly.