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Clear Drinking Mug with Handle

Clear Drinking Mug with Handle
Excl. Tax: £8.07 ( £9.68 £9.68 inc VAT )


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This Clear Drinking Mug with Handle is made of tough plastic and has a large gripping area.

It comes with two lids included, one with an integral drinking spout and the other for anti-spill purposes.

The extra large contoured handle is often suitable for those who might have trouble with fine motor control of the hands.

Please note that the Clear Drinking Mug with Handle is dishwasher safe, but the lids must be hand cleaned.

It can be used in a microwave and has a capacity of 300ml (10fl.oz).

Customer Reviews

excellent Review by S.Gutowski
The Clear Drinking Mug is an excellent product. A quality mug that does what it says on the tin. Reliably takes hot drinks without the risk of spillage. S Gutowski.
(Posted on 24/01/2018)
Very pleased Review by D Vickery
Bought these clear drinking mugs for my father who had recently had a stroke and he used something similar whilst in hospital. Very pleased with the purchase - even my mother uses one at home - a lot easier that a cup and saucer. I'd give this product. (Posted on 24/02/2015)
Very functional Review by D Lunn
I bought the clear drinking mug for my father, who is having problems holding things. He is very happy with it. The only improvement I can suggest would be to make it out of non transparent plastic to make it more attractive. I would rate it 5 out of 5 for use. (Posted on 15/01/2015)
Good product Review by Anita Light
The clear drinking mugs with handle were purchased for a friend who has little movement apart from one thumb, some movement in one shoulder and head upwards. One is kept in church and the other at my home and they are perfect for her to drink from as the handle is close to actual mug so can be wedged between her hand and thumb enabling her to drink independently. They were delivered quickly and have been in use ever since. (Posted on 12/03/2013)