Food Grade

18/8 Food Grade 304 Stainless steel

Polished Steel

Stain-free, Rust-free, Taste-free

Reusable Straws

Durable, scratch-proof, virtually unbreakable

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Bestselling Sizes

215mm long, 6mm wide, suits all drink types

Free Delivery

Free or $1 Delivery to most of Australia

Colour Range

Rose, Gold, Black, Rainbow, Green, Blue – ask for more

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The most important thing you need to know about Stainless Steel Straws is that they do not get thinner when you suck on them.
This means that you do not need a thicker diameter straw in most instances.
Single use plastic straws contract and shrink with the vacuum created when you suck on them, meaning thicker liquids move more slowly up the straw. This is not the case with metal reusable drinking straws.

So you can drink a smoothie comfortably with a 6mm internal diameter straw with a 8mm external diameter. Try it yourself.

Stainless steel drinking straws are the perfect way to sip on your drink while also being responsible for your environment. Every single time you sip from your reusable drinking straw there are benefits Рyou save the planet from single use plastic waste. Just as important, when others see you drinking from your straight, bent, extra long, or extra wide stainless steel drinking straw, you are raising awareness around zero waste and promoting plastic free july.
Stainless Steel Straws are highly regarded among eco-aware and environmentally friendly people as a stylish and practical accessory. Using a single use drinking straw is simply no longer acceptable in many sustainability and environmentally aware circles. NOW is the perfect time to make the switch to reusable and be part of the stainless steel straw revolution.
Let’s talk garbage for a minute! Remember the last time you ordered a green smoothie your favourite juice bar or picked up your morning coffee from a cafe? Think back to what you did after you finished your drink – most likely you threw everything – cup, lid and straw – in the garbage. Like many others, you thought because it’s plastic, it could be recycled. But did you realise that 91% of all plastic never gets recycled! And for things like straws, which are seen as insignificant, they most likely end up in landfill, or the ocean.