Drink Responsively!

 Following up on our article last week about the Refill Campaign, we thought we would have a look around for the best reusable water bottles on the market and help you make your choice.

 Here is what we found :

  • 1. Refill x Chilly’s - £20

Supporting the Refill Campaign, Chilly’s is donating £10 for each collaboration bottle bought. Their mission is to help provide fresh water on the go without the use of plastic. They are aiming at accelerating the use of reusable product with their range of water bottles, tumblers and food pots. Chilly’s is also offering a co-branding option to collaborate with businesses and encourage reusable product.
We love : The broad choice of colours, prints and sizes. Bonus : their packaging is cardboard : NO PLASTIC!!!

 

  • 2. Black+Blum - £19.95 

This ergonomic shaped bottle uses a traditional Japanese binchotan charcoal system to filter impurities from the water. The charcoal stick slots into the bottle nicely to stop it from moving whilst drinking, the lid is made of cork and comes in different colours. The charcoal stick will last from 3 to 6 months and can at the end of its life, be used as its life can be used as nutrient for your plants. The only issue we have with this design is the fact that the bottle is plastic.

We Love : The taste of the water.

  • 3.  Klean Kanteen £34.95

This water bottle is the most sustainable in its essence. It's made from just three materials : sustainable bamboo, stainless steel and food grade silicone. But to justify the price, it also has impressive features with a double-wall vaccum insulation which keeps drinks cold for 20 hours and iced for 40 hours. The perfect travel accessory!

We love : the simple design of metal and bamboo.

 

At Zola we always encourage sustainable living and hope this blog post will encourage you to do your research and find the best reusable water bottle for you.

 

So pick your weapon and drink responsively!


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