WMBT Keepie Straw (Yellow)
Keen to make plastic straws a thing of the past but keep forgetting your re-usable one at home all the time? Or do you take one with you with the best intentions but can’t seem to dig it up from the bottom of your handbag when you need it?
Our Keepies are the perfect solution for the whole family who love a beverage on the run.
Each practical Keepie set comes with one We Might Be Tiny silicone Bendie Straw, a bendable straw cleaner and a practical silicone travel case with aluminium carabiner so you have all the bits and bobs in one spot.
You’re looking at your new bestie for before swimming smoothies, post gym protein shakes and the playdate at the best friend’s house. Clip it to your handbag, nappy bag or the kids’ school bag and forget about it until it’s time to slurp!
Once you’ve enjoyed that last sip, simply give your straw a quick clean with your bendable straw cleaner. Or let your dishwasher do the job at home and let the sleepy-eyed bear travel case guard the mess for you in the meantime.
Looking after our planet can be fun if we make it easy. Keepies are our way to set the whole family up with eco-conscious habits – one beverage at a time!
Here are more good reasons to get you on board the eco-friendly journey:
Bendie Straws and Keepie Travel Cases are:
- Dishwasher-safe (we recommend removing the aluminium clip before washing)
- Flexible and durable
- Made of non-toxic, food-grade silicone independently certified to the highest European standards (FDA and LFGB approved)
- BPA free
- Proudly designed in Australia
The bendable cleaning brush is flexible and durable. Made of stainless steel.
Travel case dimensions: 9 cm H x 4 cm W
Silicone is the miracle component that makes We Might Be Tiny products the versatile and durable wonders they are.
No other material is food-safe and BPA-free while feeling at home in freezing temperatures and soaring heat.
And the best part is that you are directly contributing to saving the planet by using products made from natural materials while reducing waste