Reusable Cups

Wobz offers four-color digital personalization of reusable cups and water bottles for professionals and individuals, BtoC and BtoB. Everything is Made in France.

Products made and personalized by Wobz are perfect to highlight a brand or spread a special event, whether professional or amateur. In France, Wobz with Cupkiller has been a renowned brand since 2013. It achieved notoriety for events and festivals thanks to the high-end quality of its personalized products. Thus, it always stands its commitments in terms of production and delivery times.

Summer 2021 was the beginning of a new chapter for Wobz and Cupkiller. Indeed, the brand has been expanding to Spain. A website in Spanish has been launched with an adapted offer and an international customer service.


The company manufactures reusable and personalized cups that capture the very essence of who you are. These products are known under the brand Cupkiller of the Wobz group.

This reusable cup market is the first one exploited by the group’s executives. This market is very buoyant due to a collective awareness of the benefits of the circular economy. It will be accelerated by the implementation of worldwide regulations banning disposable tableware, particularly in France. Indeed, since January 1, 2020, as part of the energy transition law for green growth, disposable plastic tableware has been banned in France.

The existing alternatives to the disposable plastic cup are not more respectful : paper cups. Contrary to popular belief, their manufacture from wood requires 13 times more water and 2 times more electricity. Their design costs 4.1 g of oil per cup, compared to 3.2 g for plastic. Besides, the thin layer of plastic on the bottom of the cup makes the paper up impossible to recycle and very difficult to compost.

The credible alternatives to disposable cups are to go green and sustainable with the reusable and recyclable cup.

The reusable cup is currently the most ecological solution. This durable product can be reused hundreds of times and, at the end of its life, be recycled.

Even if it requires 16 times more water than the disposable cup, it is also less harmful in terms of aquatic ecotoxicity.