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Meet the Maker Podcast: Joshua Resnikoff of Cuppow


A Grommet Maker since 2012, Cuppow's Joshua Resnikoff sits down  with us to discuss the origins of the product he didn't mean to invent, the company he never intended to start, the corporate values Cuppow runs on, and his relationship with The Grommet. Click below to listen to the podcast.


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  • christine Says:

    I bought 5 of these when they first came out. SUPERIOR PRODUCT! You cannot live without this. At least I can't ! Bravo, guys!

  • pam Says:

    I bought these when they were first on Grommet, I call them 'adult sippy cups'...we use a mason jar and your cap for our beach drinks...

  • Sheree Says:

    I love them for my smoothies.

  • Marianne Says:

    Where is this product made/manufactured? Are the materials from the U.S.?

  • Pam Says:

    I really can't see what the heck this is???? The picture isn't doing it for me.

  • Dr Jill Moncilovich, PhD Says:

    Looks like an interesting product. I wish I could have heard the interview. The sound was so soft I could not make out any of the words.

  • Angela Says:

    Joshua, Would you share the name/contact of your friend who knows how to produce prototypes? I have an idea for a medical item.

  • Linda Says:

    How did I ever miss these??!?

  • Georgina Says:

    Oh my goodness! I was just making iced coffee for my morning drive to work in the 105 degree Louisiana morning heat, and as I'm putting it in the Mason jar, I'm thinking, "I'm surely going to spill this all over myself, what can I use for a lid tomorrow?" You are a genius!

  • Donna DuBois Says:

    I ordered these and never received them. Why?

  • Michelle Says:

    What's the difference between the E
    Wide and Regular Cuppows?

  • Mike Says:

    Hi Donna, not sure, but if you contact our Customer Experience team, they could look into your order.

    Michelle, the difference is about an inch in diameter with the wide mouth at 3 3/8".

    Christine, Pam, and Georgina, thanks for the kind words! Glad you like them!

    Linda, now you didn't!

  • Avis Says:

    Does it really work for hot coffee? Wouldn't that be very hot to hold?

  • JOHN Says:

    What is the cost? What is included? How to buy


  • Drea Says:

    @avis there is a small Milwaukee company (tactile craft works) that does really great leather cuffs for mason jars. I'm sure u could fashion a sleeve from various materials though.

  • Tori Says:

    Hi Avis, the mason jar can definitely get hot when filled with coffee. Check out Holdster mason jar sleeve –problem solved! https://www.thegrommet.com/holdster-usa

  • angie Says:

    This is not a new idea. A few years ago a lady in Erie Pa. made a lid for Mason Jars. Called RECAP, very well made. Reasonably priced

  • Tori Says:

    Hi Angie, we're big fans of reCAP too. In fact, they also launched here on The Grommet. Take a look at the video: https://www.thegrommet.com/recap

  • Betsy Says:

    Hi. Do the Mason jars fit in the cup holders of cars? And, is there a problem with hot beverages? Do you need something around the jar to keep from burning your hand? This looks really interesting--those are my only two concerns.

  • Tori Says:

    Hi Angie, great questions. A hot beverage would indeed make your mason jar warm to hold. Check out another Grommet, Holdster (great addition to your mason jar): https://www.thegrommet.com/holdster-usa

    A standard size mason jar should fit in your car cup holder. A large one, might not. Hope that helps!

  • Lena Says:

    This podcast if very inspirational!

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