So what’s special about this Razer Reusable Straw? Well, it depends on if you really want to go into the details. So let’s do that. First is that the stainless steel straw uses a telescopic design. When collapsed, it measures 100mm in length, which extends to 230mm when fully extended. This allows for easy storage when not in use.
The Razer Reusable Straw also comes with a distinct neon green silicon tip. Primarily, it prevents the scalding of lips when you leave it in hot drinks for a long time. But of course it also adds to the visual appeal of the thing. There’s a carrying case to hold it and a cleaning brush.
It’s no doubt a fancy straw, much more so than most other reusable straws. But it remains to be seen if it suffers from the same problem of making all your drinks taste like metal. Razer making a reusable straw is another step in the company’s recent environmental push. But for something that costs RM99, you should be allowed to feel disappointed that it doesn’t come with the usual RGB lighting, as impractical as it will be on a straw.