Drinking glasses made from old smartphone screens

Pentatonic is a high-end furniture company that turns consumer trash into well-designed treasures. For example, they take fashion industry waste and cover their chairs' seats with it. Now they're branching out and repurposing old smartphone screens by turning them into drinking glasses.

They call them the Handy Glass and a set of four costs between $49-$59, depending on the size of the glass itself.

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