Friday, October 23, 2009

stainless steel water bottles, bpa free water bottles


Rugged, durable - not something you usually think when you think of re-usable water bottles. These are a great new replacement for old fashioned canteens, or great for picnics and recreation. It's very important to stay hydrated, and there are times when you need to be sure that your water bottle will hold up. Stainless steel is easy to keep clean and hard to break. It will be a long time before you need to replace it, with its rugged steel construction and enamel finish. It has a wide mouth and twist off cap with a big loop to attach to your baggage, or yourself. There are times when you need to be sure you have enough drinking water on hand, and at 18 ounces, this is a good capacity but not too cumbersome for hiking and long walks. It comes in a good selection of colors, too; green, blue, pink, black brown, orange, or plain stainless steel water bottle, so if there's more than one of these around, it won't get mixed up with anyone else's in a pack. Just throw it in and go about your business. Much more durable than plastic, so you won't be adding to the non-degradable junk heap with any more disposable stuff.
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2 comments:

  1. We all know disposable water bottles are wasteful and bad for the environment, yet their production is growing rapidly everywhere. Just 20 years ago the market for plastic water bottles was practically nonexistent, but today we produce billions of these completely unnecessary products. There can be only one sane response, plastic water bottles must be banned!

    http://www.selfdestructivebastards.com/2009/10/water-bottle-manifesto.html

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  2. If you want to go a step farther - why not get a bottle that will also help you raise awareness for others.

    You can get a BPA Free Stainless Steel Water Bottle from The Poison Bottle Company. It comes with a poison label on the side and gets people talking about the BPA issues of plastic bottles.

    Just a thought. Check them out: http://www.poisonbottleco.com

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