Drinkmarx Marks Your Drink

Drinkmarx Marks Your Drink

Food & Drink

Drinkmarx Marks Your Drink


By Cari Martens

Have you ever been in a situation where you’ve set your drink down somewhere, and as you’re hunting for it, you notice there are several other identical drink cups or cans—and you’re not sure which is yours?

In these germaphobic days of H1N1, that’s not a great circumstance to be in. And soon there will be lots of warm weather outdoor gatherings, with everyone using similar plastic or styrofoam cups, or drinking from the same 6-packs of soft drinks or beer and setting them down here and there.

Enter Drinkmarx, a customizable clamp-like drink marker that lets you identify your bottle, cup, or can and fits most commonly used beverage containers. They even come with handy stickers of icons or letters that let you mark the beverage as yours and yours alone.

We tried them out at The Food Channel, and they are pretty cool. Drinkmarx makes it easy for everyone to recognize whose beverage is whose. Some of our office germaphobes were quite impressed.

The colorful plastic Drinkmarx easily slides on and off your cup, can or bottle. It’s definitely better than trying to write your name on a styro cup—and try doing that on a cold soda can fresh from the cooler.

Each package of Drinkmarx comes with four Drinkmarx (green, pink, blue and espresso colors) and two sheets of 120 decals for full customization, and it sells for around $10. They can be purchased online at www.drinkmarx.com.

We’d have to say to the Drinkmarx people, looks like you’ve got a winner on your hands—er, cans.

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