Anytime – Review
This is one of the Sckoon “knockoffs” (potentially copied design) – it came without a box, and with a pouch marked “Lady Cup”. I basically just got it to see if it was an exact copy of the Sckoon, or if it was different at all. It does have a couple of very slight differences, but it is essentially a copy.
The Anytime stem is longer, it doesn’t have the Sckoon branding around that flower base. It also doesn’t have that frosted silicone band or the strange “water drop/stretch marks” effect the Sckoon has. The body of the cup appears to be the same though, and the flower grip pattern on both cups appears to be exactly the same.
The Anytime cup has messy airholes. They have obviously been drilled from the inside out (Sckoon’s appear to be from the outside in, and are higher and neater), since 1 of the 5 holes doesn’t break through to the outside at all and the remaining holes aren’t fully punched through. There is also ‘damage’ (for want of a better word – where the silicone is marked) around the edges of the holes on the inside.
The Anytime is a little firmer than the Sckoon, and it is not as translucent.
While I don’t like to recommend a “knockoff” cup, nor the very cheap Chinese made cups of any brand… If you like the shape/style of the Skoon but want it a little firmer, then (airhole/legal/safety issues aside), this cup may suit better, since it is identical in shape/size (other than the longer stem)