Monday, March 23, 2009

Carrying your coffee with a finger...

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As I'm always looking to make my life a bit easier amid my rushed existence, I found this product interesting. It's a coffee sleeve with string grips that allow you to carry your coffee like a bag. Granted the concept is nothing groundbreaking, but then again, most handy innovations are but something tweaked a step further.

If you happen to have used or experienced this, I'm curious as to its true potential.

6 comments:

VacuumCoffeeMakerBoy said...

This is actually a pretty good Idea and one I could have used this morning as I juggled my hot cup of Tullys right onto the wet pavement at work this morning.....grrr..... I hate when that happens

Jennifer Carota said...

I love my coffee caddi and have purchased some for friends, too. It really is a hands free way to manage all of your stuff and make room to carry more. The only issue I have is when I forget to put it in my purse in the morning :)

Diane... said...

I have not only used this - I have several of them. I keep one in each of my cars, one in my purse, and one at home. I never want to be somewhere without one handy. I am notorious for being clumsy, so anything that helps me to avoid spillage is great - and this definitely fits the bill! They make great gifts, too!

Anonymous said...

I have a Beverage Caddi's and I use it just about every day. This is such a simple solution and it really works! I usually try to carry too many things to and from my office - and I usually have hot coffee while doing so. I never spill a drop with the Caddi - a good way to start the day! And people ask me about it all the time because it just looks so cool.

CADDiLover said...

The CADDi is super helpful and useful! As a student, I'm always carrying books and papers and this allows me to not worry about getting coffee all over my work. Plus, it makes texting while holding your coffee, so much easier. I swear by my CADDi.

Dquezada said...

I think this is a pretty cool concept, which I have never seen before. My only concern is a morning dash for the train or taxi cab, how would it hold up under such turbulence:)
Coffee Anyone