These coffee cups are made out of sand, and they’ll set you back over $175

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With cold winter days approaching (or already here in a few zones) you’ll probably finding yourself reaching for a nice warm mug of coffee sooner or later. You have numerous options when it comes to drinking receptacles, yet structure studio The Foundry by Tinkah thinks it’s come up with a coffee cup that won’t just hold your drink yet additionally make you think about the bigger picture.

Made out of a sand-based material the organization calls “Ramel,” the cup is named basically Ramel C01, and it’s being sold in packs of four at a somewhat steep cost.

The cups have an interesting design that does away with a traditional handle for a triangular grasping region that additionally gives it stability when set on a flat surface. They’re simple and modern, if a bit on the little side, however their cost is anything but modest. A four-pack of the cups will set you back a whopping $176.99.

By making the cups out of sand the organization can exploit its cnatural insulating properties. Sand has extraordinary thermal characteristics that make it a perfect fit for a cup holding hot beverages. Regardless of whether that, along with the quirky design and the organization’s highbrow description is sufficient to offset a colossal price tag is obviously up to you.

In case you’re sold on what The Foundry is trying to accomplish here you can as of now pre-order your very own set of the cups via the organization’s site.

By Matthew Borg

Matthew Borg has been the lead news writer at Globe Stats. His passion for helping people in all aspects of online marketing flows through in the expert industry coverage he provides. In addition to writing for Globe Stats, Borg also provides consulting services for businesses.