Memobottle Slim Water Bottle

Sep 8, 2014

Category: Gear

It’s estimated that we go through more than 50 billion water bottles each year, with 36% getting recycled and 3% being used for 2rd graders’ arts and crafts projects. That leaves, well, damn, a lot of extra bottles out there.

Memobottle is an invention that ought to put a dent in that massive number, as his is a slim, premium designed reusable water bottle that’s just begging to be slipped into your briefcase or laptop bag. It comes in A5, A4, and letter sizes, and it’s leak-proof, because your boss tends to frown on soggy status reports. Memobottle is made of BPA-free Tritan, a dishwasher-safe plastic, and it’s more durable than disposable plastic and less environmentally detrimental than the process of creating a stainless steel and aluminum or water bottle. And sure, we suppose there’s no law that says you have to put water in there. [Purchase]

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