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Possibly the safest drinks tray in the world

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Dave and his ChicsMuggi is an innovative new product that enables hot drinks to be safely served in any busy environment.
This unique tray enables up to four mugs to be carried safely in one hand, leaving the other hand free for support, boosting its health and safety credentials. It securely holds most shapes and sizes of mugs, cups and glasses and will catch any unwanted spillages; it also has four non-slip rubber feet which allows it to rest safely on uneven surfaces. Finger and thumb holds make it easy to carry for young or old hands!
Made from lightweight but super tough Polypropylene, muggi comes in blue, grey, red and purple. It can be customised with a company’s logo and can be produced in a bespoke company colour.
“The original muggi was designed to combat breakages and spillages on-board boats and yachts, however it soon became clear to me that it provided a safe way of carrying hot drinks in just about any environment.”
An increasing number of disabled and wheelchair uses, care workers and their patients are starting to find muggi invaluable in their daily lives. Even blind workers  are also discovering the huge benefits of muggi.
Muggi is unique but it is not a new invention. Muggi takes a fresh look at the problem and expands on a number of mediocre existing solutions, adding more features and benefits and as a result creates a better, longer lasting, reusable solution to the age old problem of safe hot or cold drink transportation, inside or outdoors. Muggi reduces waste, is more stable and makes people smile.

For the muggi story so far visit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g39jDHgFQBc&feature=youtu.be

Recent presentation at Naidex 2014 on the UKTI stand from David Trotter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8OBUjnWwdc&list=PLFdJU37vdDwfdaxNTAl8HMvZQFC5EYaD4&index=5
For further information or to request a sample please contact David Trotter on 07970 029346 or email david@muggi.co.uk

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