The brand new To Go Click by Stelton is the thermos flask that thinks it’s a cup. It has a state-of-the art click function lid to easily open and close the cup. It is exactly the same as drinking from an ordinary cup, no side is the wrong side. No more sipping through a tiny hole, but still effectively prevents bumpy road or shaky hand related spillages.
Watch the Stelton Click To-Go cup in action:
The thermos function keeps your hot drinks hot and your cold drinks cold. Beautiful Scandinavian minimalist design in a range of smart colours and metallic finishes. Also available in two practical sizes of 200 ml and 340 ml.
Size: 200 ml and 340 ml
Material: Coloured ABS plastic or steel. All cups are BPA and phthalate free.
Care: Not dishwasher safe
What our testers say
This is a cool cup that wouldn’t look out of place in a high street coffee shop. The pastel and metallic colours make it look and feel very sleek. We like the copper one a lot but it does get fingerprints and scratches very quickly.
It really does work. It’s easier to drink out of than travel cups with just one hole for drinking through and it definitely keeps things both hot or cold for a bit longer.
Great if you have shaky hands or are prone to knocking things over. Its beautiful sleek design does mean that if you knock it over it can roll for miles (but no spills!)
The click lid is a mirror so you can sneakily check yourself out while drinking – great for early morning coffees on the way to work when you are barely awake and have forgotten to shave or put on your makeup… It does also mean you make a greasy nose smudge on it when drinking, but that’s a small price to pay.
The small size doesn’t hold a lot of liquid. The larger one feels a bit clunky, but unless you only drink short drinks, the bigger one is probably the better size.
It isn’t dishwasher safe, which is a little annoying – although day-to-day it is easy enough to rinse out.
The click-lid is easy to open but beware it does require a bit of strength to screw on tightly enough in the first place to make sure it doesn’t leak.
Half a century ago, two army pals, Stellan and Carton, merged their first names to create a trading company, Stelton. They tried their hand at furniture and sports shoes but it wasn’t until they heard about a company called Danish Stainless that their business really took off. Danish Stainless produced stainless steel tableware, which was very much in vogue in Denmark’s 1960s. Upon entering into an agreement with Danish Stainless, Stelton began marketing a stainless gravy boat that sold like hotcakes in Danish hardware stores and was also a hit outside Denmark. In the United States, Stelton products were the epitome of Danish Design and sold at ten times their Danish prices in high-end department stores and design boutiques.
Stelton are now an innovative, trend setting design brand house based on the Scandinavian design philosophy and one of Denmark’s best-known design brands. They say they aim to be the first choice of consumers who actively seek good design to enrich their lifestyle, with products that have a purpose, meet consumers needs and are functional.
Not surprising since Stelton is now under direction of Peter Holmblad (stepson of Arne Jacobsen, perhaps Denmark’s greatest architect and designer ever – you’d probably recognise his chairs) who has brought fresh product designs, packaging and graphic design to the company. We look forward to seeing what they turn their hand to next.