PopSockets, the maker of smart hands, joins the enterprise cup. The company plans to include its vertical-point tabs attached to the back of the wires to the koozies. The new product, called the PopThirst Sleeve Cup, looks good, but should include most “coffee cups, bean glasses, and a variety of beverage bottles.” As you can see below, it is also good for Frappuccinos.
PopThirst works with hot and cold drinks, two sizes available: one for cans and one for solution. Both versions cost $ 15 with PopGrip installation, which is probably what you call a PopSocket. They will go on sale on September 15th.
It is not clear how this works. Does PopGrip claim to be a shark? Do you want to keep PopThirst and use PopGrip for further support? PopSockets simply states that the retainer is “designed to hold your drink better so that it does not spill.” Take your chance!