Memobottle is a slim way to stay hydrated

I’ve been trying to get better about staying hydrated throughout the day. In addition to the fitness and health benefits, I just feel better when I’m hydrated. To that end, I’ve been on the lookout for unique containers to carry water, and I stumbled on Memobottle. Its unique shape is what caught my eye. Memobottle has a rectangular footprint with a relatively flat aspect ratio, about the size of a medium-sized textbook. What I like about this is that it is slim and can slide right in with your notebooks, laptop, and other ECD items into your backpack, purse or gear bag and its aspect ratio means that it won’t be bulky like most water bottles, which are cylindrical. It’s also made from reusable, washable, BPA-free plastic. Available in two sizes, the more petite 375mL A6 ($28) and the larger 750mL A5 ($36). Visit for more info and Amazon to order.

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5 comments… add one
  • Ray Raddatz October 16, 2017, 12:38 pm

    I carry these:

    They wouldn’t be economical for your daily water intake but they’re durable enough to have one with you all the time. They also freeze and thaw repeatedly without damage so I use them as ice packs and keep a handful in my trunk and one in every first aid kit.

    • Andy Jacobs October 18, 2017, 11:04 am

      I don’t think these have the same functionality as a refillable water bottle, but thanks for the heads-up.

      • Ray Raddatz October 18, 2017, 11:13 am

        No, not at all. I have a regular jug for most of my fluid intake but those packets are just super convenient for on the go.

  • John Kes October 16, 2017, 4:38 pm

    It’s a nice shape for putting in the main compartment of a backpack. I have a super light pack/bag that has no side holster for a regular water bottle. I hate how my water bottle pokes my back when I put it there.

    • Andy Jacobs October 18, 2017, 11:06 am

      That’s exactly what I was thinking with this product, John. Not every backpack has a side holster and further, some folks don’t like to use them anyway. Thanks for your sharing your thoughts.

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