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Cuppow is designed specifically for regular canning jars (aka Mason jars), turning them into portable travel mugs.

  • Made in the USA
  • Materials: BPA-free plastic
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Jars not included
  • Certified B Corp
  • Dimensions: 2.62" diameter
  • Weight: 0.06 lb.

13 Reviews (4.4 out of 5 Grommets)

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Utilitarian. Have Mason jar, will drink!


Great product


I love this product and have had no issues with leakage. I have not washed it in the dishwasher yet and I probably won't. I know there are similar drink lids out there but I love that this product is "local" and "USA" from conception to fullfillment. I appreciate cuppow's committment to our environment by using recycled materials. A++More > < Less


Cuppow's are Awesome!


Great product!!! I highly recommend it to anyone who is looking at this product right now :)


Love this product


I've been using these lids for almost 2 years now....
Love em"

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Cuppow | To-Go Lid for Mason Jars

About Cuppow

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Mason jars make great drinking glasses. They’re inexpensive, durable, heat-resistant, and recyclable, plus they’ve got a casual, nostalgic vibe that adds to the appeal. But the spill factor makes it tough to use a Mason jar on the go.

After a few too many spills in the car, Joshua Resnikoff starting thinking there must be a way to make a Mason jar more travel friendly. He teamed with his friend Aaron Panone, a mechanical engineer, and together they created Cuppow, a BPA-free plastic lid that turns an ordinary Mason jar into a travel mug.

Cuppow is designed for both large and regular mouth Mason or canning jars. The dishwasher-safe lid fits underneath the screw-on ring that comes with a canning jar. Cuppow does all its design, development, packaging, and manufacturing in Massachusetts, where Joshua and Aaron tapped a team of fellow entrepreneurs at Fringe, a business incubator and coworking space in Somerville. It’s a community effort, with universal drinking appeal.