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11 September 2013 @ 03:57 pm
Hi all,

I found a cup I can't find any information of, does somebody have experiences with this cup? It's the organicup from Denmark. It's a eu site so maby they are not selling to the US.
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elisamba on September 11th, 2013 05:57 pm (UTC)
This was my first cup and it is a beaut. It is expensive but has free worldwide shipping. I have the small version, I compared the large which looks nothing like the small, is really a totally different cup, and I like the small best.

I read a thread where some people wondered if it was a copycat of another well-known brand, but I compared them and the Organicup is really distinct from the other brand. Here are some of its features.

It is extremely soft (comparable to my small soft Meluna) yet the design of its rim makes it pop open easily. Actually the first time I used it I made some classic newbie mistakes, didn't check the seal or anything, and it opened by itself a couple seconds after I stood up. The silicone has a soft velvety feel to it, not as "sticky-velvety" as the small Fleurcup. It has a solid stem with grips, subtle grip rings on the base, and measuring lines for 10 and 15 ml (but capacity to the holes is 20 ml). The name Organicup is "barely there" on the rim of the small, and absent on the large. The small has four holes, two pairs across from each other and slanting inwards. The large has two holes that do not slant.

I have tried three other brands since and keep coming back to the Organicup, plus the large Fleurcup, they're my go-to "pair" of cups. If I figure out how to attach my photos I will.

Edited at 2013-09-11 06:48 pm (UTC)
Luceafaraluceafara on September 12th, 2013 03:34 am (UTC)
Would love to see pictures. On their site they only have one on a white background! Why?!?!

So the large and small had different shapes?
elisamba on September 21st, 2013 09:53 am (UTC)
CORRECTION - 2 cm stem
Actually the stem is 2 cm so the base is 46 mm - close to the small Fleurcup as you can see in the pics below.

Edited at 2013-09-21 09:54 am (UTC)