Ti22 Therma Titanium Vacuum Bottle

Nov 27, 2017

Category: Gear

Great products don’t have to reinvent the wheel, they just have do it better than everyone else. Introducing Ti22’s Therma Titanium Vacuum Bottle.

This pure titanium vacuum sealed water bottle is a major improvement on the now ubiquitous stainless steel models from major brands. It utilizes the same basic principle – a double walled bottle with a vacuum chamber to keep drinks cold or hot for longer – but now for the first time, it’s built from titanium. That means this bottle is lighter, more anti-bacterial, and boasts more substantial anti-corrosion properties than others on the market. And to top it off, the design of the thing is downright beautiful. It has such a sleek, streamlined look to it that almost doesn’t even look like a water bottle. An ideal pick for the commuter or office warrior looking to stay caffeinated or hydrated throughout the day.

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