The S’well Bottle doesn’t just keep your beverage at hand – it keeps it at the perfect drinking temperature, too

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swell-bottlesYou can use any water bottle to keep your water with you, but most of them don’t do anything to control the temperature of the beverage.  The S’well Bottle can do both.  It is made of 18/8 double-walled stainless steel, which is non-toxic, non-leaching, and BPA free.  As mentioned, it’s double-walled, so it’s insulated and can keep cold drinks cold for 24 hours and hot drinks hot for 12 hours.  It never collections condensation on the outside, so you don’t have to worry about water dripping on your electronics when you take a drink, and there won’t be any rings on your furniture – at least not from the S’well Bottles.  The mouth is big enough to fit ice cubes through, but it’s small enough that you can easily drink from it without worry about drips.  The lids seal so tightly that they can even keep in carbonation.  S’well Bottles are available in a variety of colors and finishes.  They are also available in 9, 17, and 25 ounce sizes; the 9 and 17 ounce sizes fit in standard car drink holders, and the 25 ounce size holds a full bottle of wine.  S’well makes donations to their charity partner, WaterAid, for each S’well Bottle sold.  They’ve also partnered with other charities, like Drink Up and American Forests.  Bottles are priced from $25-45, depending on size.  Not all designs are available in all sizes.  You can order your own S’well Bottle and do your part to reduce wasted resources from disposable plastic water bottles.

2 thoughts on “The S’well Bottle doesn’t just keep your beverage at hand – it keeps it at the perfect drinking temperature, too”

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  2. I am intrigued by these bottles. I seen them in a shop this year and wanted to get one. The shape is nicer to hold than a typical water bottle. I have stopped using plastic bottles for many years even on a bike. I think disposable plastic water bottles are evil.

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