iCups consists of two silver-colored cups made of high-quality paper connected by a light green string. It was inspired by cups-on-a-string, a traditional toy. iCups cost $7 and upwards in 2014, depending on the edition.
iCups Classic comes in a white box, while the luxury edition of iCups comes in a black box, similar to the black boxes that come with the iPhone 6. The adjustable chord can be 32, 64, or 128 inches.
It was originally released as a comical low-cost alternative to the iPhone 6. Originally, iCups had been part of an iPhone parody animation, but Metshin then decided to make iCups an actual product via a Kickstarter fundraiser.
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