Delta Light Tumbler (2 Pack)
BEST USE: Backpacking & Camping
VOLUME: 12 oz | 350 ml
WEIGHT: 3.6 oz | 104 g
MATERIAL(S): BPA Free Food Grade Transparent Tritan
Shipping & Returns
We use climate-neutral shipping with DHL GoGreen.
For orders within Germany we charge a shipping fee of 6,95 €.
For international orders, shipping costs 9,95 €.
All orders are usually shipped within 24 hours on working days. Delivery time can take up to three working days Germany-wide and up to six working days internationally, and depends on the shipping service provider.
All orders can be returned within 14 days of purchase. However, for the sake of the environment, please make sure to keep returns as low as possible.
Stackable and packable, our Delta Light Tumblers are a great alternative to glassware. Their unique, ovalized shape makes them easy to store on their sideallowing them to nest inside our Delta Light Bowls and Alpha and Sigma Pots.
With a generous 12 oz/350ml capacity and handy, volumetric measure that includes standard pours for shots and wine (you’re welcome), this outdoor tumbler is ideal for soda, beer, wine or mixed drinks. Made from tough and light BPA-free, food-grade transparent Tritan, their fluted ribbed sidewalls also provide a comfortable grip.
These products are all Bisphenol-a (BPA) free, which means you can have peace of mind while eating and drinking from these products.
Best UseBackpacking, Camping, Overlanding
Material(s)BPA free and food grade transparent Tritan
SpecialImpact resistant and safe alternative to glassware
Frequently Asked questions
Going to break easily?
No, the Tritan material is strong and durable – the Tumblers will accompany you on trips for years to come.
Safe with hot drinks?
Yes, the Tritan material would not be harmed even with boiling liquids. However, the tumblers are not insulated so heat may carry through.
Break or crack easily?
No. The glass-reinforced polypropylene is much stronger than many of the plastics used in commonly-available camp tableware.
Suitable for use with boiling water?
Yes - the melting point of the PP material is above that of boiling water