Crystal Clear & Totally Shatterproof
Never disrupt a good time with broken glass and tacky cups. Perfectly shaped for wine, beer, cocktails, juice and water
100% BPA-Free & EA Free
You shouldn’t have to worry about yucky chemicals leaching into your drinks. We don’t have tolerance for that junk-and we don’t think you should, either.
Money Back Gurantee
We love these glasses, you'll love these glasses, people love these glasses. If not, no worries. We will understand.
Your Globelet would love to be fondled in a warm soapy bath by hands. However, we make them dishwasher safe
New Zealand Made
We decided to support local. We make, wash, and recycle our Globelet Original Collection right here in New Zealand
Standard plastic glasses have uncomfortable rims. Globelet rims are smooth. Save your lips for better things.
Where can I download the design templates?
Our screen printing templates are available in the "screen printing" section. All templates are also available in the product description in the cup selling space.
Where are Globelet's made?
Globelet Original Cups are currently manufactured in Christchurch, New Zealand. Globelet Vino cups and our silicone bands are manufactured and printed in China. The Globelet was conceived as a sustainable product and this mandate overrides all commercial decisions we make.
Compostable vs Globelet
Even if biodegradable, a cup requires the consumption of raw materials for its manufacture and if this product is only useable once the production volumes increase commensurately in proportion to the volume of cups required.
Can I fill my Globelet with hot coffee?
The Globelet has undergone rigorous testing and has proven sufficient to carry boiling water, providing it is held by the silicone band and the plug remains in the open position to release steam. However, the Globelet was designed specifically for beer, which is served at cold and not at boiling point. Moreover, if you heat the milk for a coffee to a point much higher than 65 degrees, it will burn and your coffee will taste terrible!
Isn't recycling a hoax?
Yes it is. But all our cups are can be recycled right here in New Zealand.