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This Stackable Water Bottle Can Also be a Cup or Home to Plants

 - Jun 7, 2013
References: ideacious
The Up Top by Toronto-based brand Said the King is too dutiful to be called just a stackable water bottle; it plays the roles of a water jug, a cup, sometimes a bowl and even a plant-holding vase.

Stacked, it looks like a sleek vase topped with a small plant. But this vase-like tower can be disassembled into a drinking glass, a planter or a bowl and a water bottle. About 15 inches in height, this design saves the hassle of reaching for the Brita filter every time a cup is empty. It holds a litre of water in its lowest compartment with a stackable cup on top. The small pot at the very top is perfect for lemons for the water, snacks or even plants. These are hand crafted and are safe for the dishwasher and microwave.