GoCup is the civilized, collapsing travel cup; leak proof, hygienic, easy-to-clean, and super-packable. Say goodbye to your grandpa's leak, telescoping travel cup. We started with FDA food-grade silicone to create a collapsing cup that is 100% leakproof.
GoCup expands with a quick pull and collapses to an ultra-compact puck all with a simple press. It comes in 4 fl. oz. and 8 fl. oz. sizes and in three cool colors. Lids on both sizes keep things clean during transport and feature handy pill holders. The 8 fl. oz. size also features a clever "DoubleDecker" tray that gives you the option of two small chambers (to organize pills, for example) or one large chamber. The DoubleDecker also creates a handy portable pill box you can take on-the-go by itself. Volume markings on the cups help to measure fluids.
- Ultra-compact puck shape slips easily into pockets, toiletry kits and bags
- Cap keeps things clean during transport and features a handy pill holder
- Volume marks help you measure fluids
- BPA-free, food safe silicone
- Dishwasher safe (top rack only)
All GoCups are PC-free, phthalate-free, and BPA-free. They're perfect in any toiletry kit, backpack, book-bag, briefcase, purse...most anywhere.
What's the Big Idea?
Humangear was started by an independent product designer. They know how challenging it can be to get a good idea in front of the right people. While they have their own in-house design team constantly working on new products they also know that they're not going to have all the good ideas. You, the end user, are just as likely to have a great idea because you're the one out in the field, using products, seeing unmet needs, and envisioning ways to address those needs and create a better experience.
So, Humangear is certainly open to working with independent consumers, designers and inventors who have compelling outdoor and travel accessory product ideas. They are working to establish a simple, straightforward process to do this. They hope to have more details about this process up in the near future. (Be patient, and please wait to submit your idea until they've got this system in place.)
In the meantime, they would encourage you to keep working on your ideas. Observe people using outdoor and travel gear. Ask yourself: What's missing? What could be better? How could I make the experience of using that product amazing? Sketch your ideas, make prototypes, test in the field. Repeat, repeat, repeat. The capCAP was a simple idea at first, but they went through many iterations and prototypes before they settled on a final design. Always remember - the human comes first!