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Very Handy

8/21/2014 by Jane

My husband has Parkinsons disease and this works well for him.



9/10/2020 by Richard E

Easy to use. Does the job.


very nice!

8/9/2018 by TatyanaS

I really like how these lids have made drinking out of my Mason/Ball jars so much easier to drink. At first however, I was a bit flummoxed since I didn't have any proper rings to hold the lids, but at the same time, I'm glad that the lid is mimimal plastic. I have since found a ring for my jar, and I am happily using my "new" travel mug.


Good idea

12/26/2015 by Mary

Great for on the go


Nice idea but

7/25/2018 by David



coffee on my lap

2/1/2016 by Shaun

I've tried mine 3 different times to make sure the mistake wasn't mine. Each time, coffee gets through and gets on my lap/shirt. I purchased a similar product by another manufacturer, and this did not happen with them.

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The Cuppow Story

Cuppow | To-Go Lid for Mason Jars

Raise A Glass

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. Read More Read Less