Cleatus Cups - Items tagged as "Holiday cleatus cups"
The Cleatus Cup™ is a unique water & boating themed drinking vessel - pun intended...call it a mug or cup if you prefer, but it's anything but plain. An ingenious example of repurposing, Cleatus Cups™ are the perfect way to sip, drink, or chug your favorite beverage on or near the water, while tailgating, or during any of life’s celebrations. If you're drinking from anything else...you're missing out on the fun. The Cleatus Cup™ can even help you gauge your fun, and warn you when you're running low, with its trademarked “Fun Meter”™ which is visible through the bottom of the cup (while looking down into the mug). Coolest cups in the World? We think so, but unless your gripping one filled with your own favorite beverage, you'll never know. It's our upgraded version of the redneck beer glass, nautical style! This unique beer mug is for the angler or boater who has it all. No fisherman or water enthusiast should be without one!
Using a patented six-inch boat cleat as a handle, Cleatus Cups™ are 6½ inches tall, 3½ inches wide, and hold twenty-four ounces of your favorite beverage. The “Fun Meter”™ is visible through the bottom of the cup (while looking down into the mug) to gauge your good times and warn you when you’re running low. These unique beer mugs are made out of food grade plastic (body) and ABS plastic (cleat). Cleatus Cups™ are BPA-free and safe for use with all beverages--and yes, they do float! Cleatus Cups™ are dishwasher safe; however, to protect the logoed finish, it is recommend that they be washed by hand. Cleatus Cups™ are not microwave safe due to the use of stainless steel screws in the handle.
FIVE-YEAR WARRANTY -
Virtually indestructible, Cleatus Cups™ should not crack, melt, shatter, or chip under normal wear and tear. We will replace them free within five years of purchase if they fail.
MADE IN AMERICA -
Cleatus Cups™ are “MerMade in America”. Our manufacturing facility is located in Mooresville, North Carolina. We are “tied to American pride.”