Drinking in the park or beach is nice and all, but (sadly) illegal.
That’s why Vancouver native Jerry Mcarthur came up with the idea of a reusable coffee lid while taking a ferry in his hometown. “I wanted a beer for the trip, but had already acquired some drinking in public tickets, and didn’t want to bring a container from home; what was I going to do with it in the bar? The perfect thing about a Lolo lid is when you’re done with it, simply recycle your can and cup, and throw the lid in your pocket for next time.”
The Lolo Lid is a plastic lid made to look like a Solo lid, but the difference is that you can snap a beer into the bottom. The lid then fits onto any to-go coffee cup and allows you to drink at ease undetected in the setting of your choice. The lid makes it nicer to drink out of than a regular can and works great at keeping your beer cooler than it would it a regular beer koozie.
Lolo Lids fit almost all to-go cups including those from Starbucks and 7-Eleven. Lolo also features an ergonomically designed lid thats nicer to drink out than a can and the extra breather hole keeps it flowing fast and smooth. Mcarthur launches his Kickstarter campaign today with hopes of raising enough funds to reach his $20,000 goal.
According to their page, the Lolo Lid has proven its practicality. “After a full summer of festival, beach, and park testing we are finally ready to share Lolo Lids with the world.”
Are you ready to Lolo?