These silicone coasters feature a design that provide a blast from the past. From PHT Store Limited, the set of four retro drink coasters look just like floppy disks (an old school technology used to store information similar to today's USB flash drives for those of you born after 1997).
The novelty coaster set comes in a variety of colors like black, yellow, red and blue. The silicone coasters are non-slip and heat resistant making them ideal for protecting wood surfaces from both cold condensation-creating drinks and hot burn-causing beverages. Created to look like the real thing, the flexible mug mats were made in Hong Kong and also feature fun details (the top says 1.44 MB The Coaster Silicon Formatted, for example).
These Four Flexible Silicone Coasters Look Like Old School Floppy Discs
1. Novelty Drink Coasters - The trend of creating unique and fun designs for drink coasters presents opportunities for companies to differentiate their product offerings and appeal to customers seeking quirky home decor.
2. Retro Design Aesthetics - The popularity of retro design aesthetics offers opportunities for businesses to create nostalgic products that appeal to consumers looking for a sense of familiarity and comfort.
3. Silicone Tableware - With the growing awareness of environmental issues and the desire for more sustainable products, the trend of using silicone as a material for tableware provides opportunities for companies to create durable and reusable alternatives to disposable options.
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3. Kitchenware Manufacturing - The trend of using silicone as a material for tableware provides opportunities for kitchenware manufacturing companies to create long-lasting and eco-friendly alternatives to traditional disposable products like paper or plastic cups and plates.