The Right Cup will help you kick your soda habit and drink more water

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I used to be addicted to Diet Coke and would drink a 12 oz bottle (or more) every day for years. I had a hard time kicking the habit and wish I would have had The Right Cup to help me. The Right Cup is a BPA free plastic cup that tricks your brain into thinking that you are drinking something sweet when all you’re really drinking is plain zero calorie, caffeine-free water.

When you drink from the 11-ounce cup, you breathe in the fruity aroma and even taste a slight flavor on the rim of the cup. How does it work?

use proprietary technology that enables FDA approved aromatic food grade flavors and ingredients to be added directly to the cup’s components at the time of manufacturing. During the process, the aroma and flavor become integral parts of the cup itself without having to change the plastic characteristics in any way. The Right Cup™ is made of BPA free plastic and is 100% safe!

The Right Cup is available in orange, berry, apple, grape, peach, and cola. The flavor is supposed to last for several months as long as you don’t use a dishwasher and only hand wash the cups.

You can read more about The Right Cup at and you can buy one cup for $29.95 from Amazon.

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3 thoughts on “The Right Cup will help you kick your soda habit and drink more water”

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  2. I bought these cups via their original crowdfunding campaign. Please heed my warning: These cups are awful. They absolutely will not make you think you’re drinking flavored water. I tried both the orange and the apple. Awful. Ineffective. Waste of money. You will see lots of similar opinions over at the crowdfunding comments page.

      1. O-Qua Tangin Wann

        You’re welcome, Julie.

        Also, anyone who clicks on the Amazon link provided here at The Gadgeteer will see quite a few negative reviews, of course.

        I really had high hopes for these cups, especially after watching the company’s sales video. As a test, I brought my cups to a big family holiday shindig and let 12 people drink water from them. Every person at the shindig reported they tasted nothing but plain, flavorless water.

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