Makr Hand Turned Copper Tumblers

May 21, 2014

Category: Gear

It’s hard to achieve maximum swankiness when your cupboard contains one or more of those 7-11 Big Gulp plastic cups. We’re not saying throw them out; just be sure to hide them when you’re entertaining humans.

Perhaps you can replace them with these notably classier MAKR tumblers which are hand turned from food grade copper and Made in the USA. Choose from three sizes, short 2.75″ x 3.25,” tall 3″ x 3.75,” and the tapered tumbler at 3.75″ x 3.15.″ Perfect for a Scotch on the rocks or something equally as mature, you can even get all Martha Stewart with ‘em and use ’em for things other than holding liquid, like pens, batteries, or perhaps the tears of your enemies. [Purchase]

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