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13 Best Water Bottles of 2021


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We gave our Gear lovers one job:

Find the top Water Bottles and write reviews of the best.

The result is 13 of the best Water Bottles on the market today.

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Hunter Bierce

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Hunter Bierce is a PSIA Ski Instructor and multidisciplinary outdoor professional.

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Invest in a good reusable water bottle. We’ve reviewed the best and coolest water bottle brands on the market right now.

Figure out if you want a dishwasher safe water bottle like Yeti, Takeya or Contigo, or a flexible option like Platypus. Consider if they should hold both hot and cold beverages or primarily one kind. 

Every water bottle on our list is safe to drink from and free from harmful chemicals, especially BPA. Read about these chemicals and more at the bottom.

Read the guide to choosing the right water bottle after the brand reviews.

Top 13 Water Bottles 2021

  1. Hydro Flask Water Bottle
  2. YETI Rambler Bottle
  3. Klean Kanteen Insulated Classic 20 oz Water Bottle
  4. Contigo AUTOSEAL Chill Water Bottle
  5. Ello Syndicate Glass Water Bottle
  6. Nalgene Tritan Wide Mouth BPA-Free Water Bottle
  7. Takeya Black Originals Water Bottle
  8. Brita Plastic Water Filter Bottle
  9. Corkcicle Canteen Classic Collection
  10. Platypus Platy Ultralight Collapsible Water Bottle
  11. CamelBak Chute Mag Water Bottle
  12. S’well Stainless Steel Roamer Bottle
  13. Thermoflask Double Stainless Steel Insulated Water Bottle


If you haven’t heard of Hydro Flask by now, you’ve benn living under a rock. Hydro Flask is one of the leading brands of drinking bottles today. One of its best-selling models is the Hydro Flask 24 oz. Standard Mouth.

At a glance, this water bottle attracts with its stylish colors and sleek design. However, there is more to it than what meets the eye.

Hydro Flask water bottles are well known for its advanced insulation technology, TempShield. It also has a proprietary coating that makes it easy to handle in every situation.

Additionally, its durable, food-grade construction will last longer than other bottles with proper care.

Where to buy:
Specs & Features:
  • Height: 10.8”
  • Weight: 13.2 oz.
  • Volume: 710 mL
  • Mouth Diameter: 2.81”
  • Available Colors: Alpine, Black, Carnation, Clementine, Cobalt, Eggplant, Fog, Olive, Pacific, Pineapple, Rain, Stone, White
  • Compatible Accessories: Standard Mouth Flex Cap, Standard Mouth Insulated Sport Cap
What we like:
  • No condensation on the outside
  • Fits in most cup holders and side pockets
  • Easy to open and drink from
  • Free from harmful chemicals
  • Eco-friendly and food-grade construction
What we don’t like:
  • Dents easily

The Hydro Flask 24 oz. Standard Mouth is one of the most popular water bottles today. From athletes to commuters, yogis to overlanders, it has earned a well-deserved reputation for quality.

At the heart of this is its state-of-the-art insulation technology.

TempShield, a double-wall vacuum insulation design, maintains the temperature of your beverages for hours. This technology also prevents the internal temperature from affecting the external temperature.

With food-grade stainless steel construction, the Hydro Flask 24 oz. Standard Mouth resists common water bottle problems like flavor transfer and odor buildup. Unless you use it for drinks other than water, you won’t have to clean it after every use.

When buying a YETI water bottle, it’s not just the actual item that’s interesting, it’s very much the brand. If you’re going to shell out for the YETI Rambler, there are a few features that make it worth the extra bit of money.

If the brand recognition and prestige along with the two distinct, yet unique features of this 26 ounce water bottle appeal to your needs, you’re not going to mind paying for it. In fact, you’ll appreciate paying for it.

Let’s dive in and find out how YETI keeps up their reputation, how the Rambler 26 oz. Bottle With Chug Cap is one of the most popular products in a crowded field.

Where to buy:
Specs & Features:
  • Height: 11”
  • Width: 3 ⅜”
  • Empty Weight: 21.9 oz.
  • Available Colors: Aquifer Blue, Black, Copper, Harvest Red, Highlands Olive, King Crab Orange, Navy, Prickly Pear Pink, Seafoam, Sharptail Taupe, Stainless Steel, White
  • Compatible Accessories: Rambler Bottle 5 oz. Cup Cap, Rambler Bottle Magdock Cap, Rambler Bottle Straw Cap, Rambler Bottle Sling Large
What we like:
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Easy to chug
  • Easy to carry
  • Heavy-duty and food-grade stainless steel construction
  • Free from bisphenol A (BPA)
What we don’t like:
  • Cap is not suitable for carbonated drinks
  • Not all compatible caps are intended for hot and cold beverages
  • Ice melts rapidly

Klean Kanteen is one of the leading names when it comes to drinkware today. It has a wide array of recognized products, including some of the best water bottles with double-wall vacuum insulation for cold and hot drinks.

Where to buy:
Specs & Features:
  • Product Dimensions: 10.3” x 2.9”
  • Product Weight: 12.3 oz.
  • Capacity: 20 fl. oz. (592 mL)
  • Opening Diameter: 1.75”
  • Available Colors: Black, Black Camouflage, Brushed, Matte Blue Tint, Matte Lotus, Matte Marigold, Matte Real Teal, Salt Flats
  • Compatible Caps: Bamboo Cap, Kid Sippy Cap, Loop Cap, Loop Cap With Bale, Sport Cap, Steel Loop Cap
What we like:
  • Durable food-grade construction
  • Grippy, long-lasting powder coat finish
  • Hot drinks remain hot all day
  • Cold drinks remain cold for a couple of days
  • No leakage
What we don’t like:
  • Pretty narrow opening diameter
  • Thin mouth rim
  • Quite heavy for a 20 oz. drinkware

The Klean Kanteen Insulated Classic 20 oz. is a great example of one that has a pleasing exterior with robust features. With Klean Kanteen’s reliable Climate Lock technology, it is one of today’s best-selling drinkware.

If you need a water bottle for storing and carrying cold drinks wherever you go, particularly water, the CONTIGO Autoseal Chill is worth checking out.

Primarily for water, this impressive 24 oz stainless steel bottle is one of the most popular products in a crowded field. It’s the autoseal technology that can also work as a spout and the price that does it for most people.

Where to buy:
Specs & Features:
  • Capacity: 24 oz
  • Autoseal push-button
  • Thermalock Vacuum Insulation Technology
  • BPA-Free
What we like:
  • Double-wall insulation keeps cold for a day without condensation
  • 100% leak proof
  • Easy-to-use push-button works well in the car
  • Easy to carry and pack
  • Wide mouth for ice
What we don’t like:
  • Not dishwasher safe

It’s designed for use in the car, on the bed stand and on the go. With a thoughtful ergonomic profile, CONTIGO continues to produce these without needing to change anything.

If you’re like me and you like your water to taste as pure as it can be, then glass water bottles are the real winners. We found that the Ello Syndicate Glass Water Bottle hits all marks in terms of flavor, design, construction, and price.

Although glass water bottles are more prone to break when compared to stainless steel and plastic ones, the Ello Water Bottle has proven to be quite sturdy even after a few accidental drops and bumps. It doesn’t leave any lingering flavor or odor from previous liquids either.

Where to buy:
Specs & Features:
  • Material: Glass & Silicone
  • Capacity: 20 oz
  • Brand: Ello
What we like:
  • Clean water flavor
  • All parts are dishwasher-safe
  • It doesn’t retain either flavor or odor from previous drinks
  • One-handed operation
  • Easy comfortable grip
What we don’t like:
  • Narrow opening for ice cubes

It’s quite easy to stay hydrated whether you’re driving, walking the dog, or taking your baby for a stroll with its convenient flip-top lid, which lets you use your bottle one-handed. And because the lid is attached to the bottle, there’s no risk of losing the cap in the process.

Another benefit of the pop-up lid is that it protects the mouthpiece from germs and dirt. Plus, you can–gently–throw your bottle in your bag or purse and it won’t leak.

By the way, we can’t forget to mention the enjoyable popping noise it makes every time you push the button.

The FDA food-grade silicone sleeve, which is available in 7 colors, not only offers protection from bumps and jostles of everyday use, but it also provides a nice firm grip. It also comes with a silicone strap for easy transport.

Also, all parts are obviously BPA-free and dishwasher-safe.

From camping, yoga and hiking trips to the urban daily commute, Nalgene’s classic 32-ounce water bottle was designed to perfectly fit any need and lifestyle. It’s also crazy affordable.

Made of heavy-duty, translucent Tritan copolyester, this American-made reusable water bottle is totally free of BPA, BPS, and phthalates as well as being virtually indestructible.

Where to buy:
Specs & Features:
  • Material: Tritan copolyester
  • Capacity: 32 oz
  • Weight: 6.5 oz
  • Brand: Nalgene
What we like:
  • Strong construction
  • Durable
  • Leak-proof
  • Easy to fill
  • Easy to clean
What we don’t like:
  • Wide mouth opening makes it easy to spill while drinking
  • It doesn’t fit in car cup holders

It features a wide mouth opening which makes adding ice cubes and cleaning a breeze. However, this wide mouth hole is also a bit inconvenient, as it is quite easy to splash water and spill it all over your face.

The bottle is water-tight and suitable for both warm and cold drinks, but because this is a plastic water bottle, it will not keep your beverages insulated for long hours.

It also comes with useful volume markings so you can easily track how much water you’re drinking throughout the day. It’s quite easy to clean and dishwasher-safe on the top rack.

This Takeya water bottle has good insulation for both hot and cold beverages. It’s a well-built option for hiking, commuting as well as everyday activities.

Takeya is one of the best water bottle brands that have developed spill-proof technology to improve the overall drinking experience. It has a wide array of products that come with its spill-proof lids, which includes the Takeya 24 oz Originals Insulated Water Bottle.

Where to buy:
  • Amazon with worldwide shipping
Specs & Features:
  • Product Dimensions: 10.63” x 3.03” x 3.31”
  • Product Weight: 0.84 lbs
  • Volume options: 18, 24, 32, 40 ounces
  • Bottle Material: 18/8 Food-Grade Stainless Steel
  • Leak Proof Lid: Durable PP#5 With Silicone O-Rings
  • Available Colors: Black, Canary, Graphite, Lilac, Navy, Ocean, White
What we like:
  • No flavor transfers with food-grade construction
  • Eco-friendly without any toxins and harmful chemicals
  • Sure-grip texture that allows for easy handling
  • Lid is easy to grip
  • Lid opens easily and has additional spout for hot drinks
What we don’t like:
  • Not ideal for lengthy outdoor activities

Aside from a leak proof design, this dishwasher safe bottle also comes with double-wall vacuum insulation and a powder coat.

This water bottle by pioneering Brita does require a bit of recurring investment, as you’ll need to replace its filters once in a while (after 40 gallons or approximately every 2 months), but you can’t put a price on having purified and great tasting tap water.

It features a built-in filter, an easy-to-sip straw, and a leak-proof lid which comes with a built-in carrying loop for convenient transport. The filter improves both the taste and odor of the water by reducing chlorine and more with every sip.

Where to buy:
Specs & Features:
  • Material: Plastic
  • Capacity: 26 oz
  • Weight: 8.8 oz
  • Brand: Brita
What we like:
  • Water tastes super fresh
  • Leak-proof
  • The flip top keeps the straw from being exposed to germs and dirt
  • Dishwasher-safe
What we don’t like:
  • Couldn’t find anything!

The Brita Plastic Water Bottle is BPA-free, dishwasher-safe (top rack only), and easily fits in a car cup holder.

If you live in an area where drinking tap water is not safe, you should definitely give the Brita filtered water bottle a try!

Featuring a triple-insulated shatterproof stainless-steel construction, four different sizes, and a huge assortment of trendy colors to choose from, the Corkcicle Canteen is form and function at its best.

The brand took in mind nearly everything when designing this modern water bottle. It features their signature ergonomic flat sides for a comfortable grip as well as a silicone bottom, which prevents the bottle from sliding on slippery surfaces and eventually spilling.

It’s also BPA-free and it comes with a no-leak threaded screw top.

Where to buy:
Specs & Features:
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Capacity: 25 oz
  • Weight: 14.4 oz
  • Brand: Corkcicle
What we like:
  • Strong insulation
  • Sleek design
  • Easy to hold
  • Leak-proof
What we don’t like:
  • Pricey
  • Lack of handle makes it inconvenient to carry
  • The twist-off top could be a bit taller so the fingers don’t rub on the mouthpiece

Its tough insulated construction will keep your drinks cold all day long. And by all day long, I truly mean 24 hours! It can also keep your hot beverages piping hot but for less than 12 hours.

When we said Corkcicle thought of almost everything with this bottle, we meant that they forgot to include a strap or a carrying handle for convenient transport.

Designed for traveling and outdoor adventures, the Platypus Platy Collapsible Water Bottle is a reusable, heavy-duty plastic bladder that can carry up to 2 liters of liquids. Once it’s folded, it will easily fit right inside a small pocket—perfect for your carry-on suitcase and hiking backpack.

It’s BPA-, BPS-, and phthalate-free as well as made from food-grade polyethylene lining, which doesn’t taste like plastic or retain flavors.

Where to buy:
Specs & Features:
  • Material: Soft plastic
  • Capacity: 70 oz (2.1 liters)
  • Weight: 1.3 oz
  • Brand: Platypus
What we like:
  • Lightweight and compact
  • Practical and versatile
  • Affordable
  • Solid construction—it seems durable
What we don’t like:
  • It takes forever to get rid of all the moisture inside the bag after cleaning
  • The caps are not attached so it can easily get lost
  • Not easy to carry once it’s full

The Platypus Platy Collapsible Water Bottle is very practical and versatile. It can serve you as a water bottle, an ice block, and a dirty water bag for filtering water for cooking when hiking or camping. However, the new threads are not compatible with Sawyer or other standard thread devices. It only accepts the Platypus GravityWorks water filtration system.

All in all, this is a great versatile, light, functional, and affordable outdoor gear.

“Hydration made simple.”–that’s what CamelBak promises us with their Chute Mag Water Bottle. And after testing it, we can indeed confirm that!

On the outside, CamelBak’s Chute Mag may look like your run-of-the-mill plastic water bottle, but after a closer inspection, we can testify this is a cleverly designed, functional, plastic water bottle.

Where to buy:
Specs & Features:
  • Material: Plastic
  • Capacity: 32 oz
  • Brand: CamelBak
What we like:
  • Sturdy construction
  • Clever design
  • Leak-proof
  • The comfortable handle and bottle’s diameter make it easy to carry around
  • Affordably priced
What we don’t like:
  • Nothing!

It’s lightweight while still feeling durable. Plastic materials are free of BPA, BPS, and BPF, it’s also dishwasher-safe for easy cleaning, and the cap is screwable, which means it won’t leak, but it will be tricky to operate with one hand.

It features a perfect mouth size, which delivers a great water flow, a built-in handle for easy transport, and the coolest feature we found, a universal cap designed with a magnetic handle that holds the cap out of the way while you’re drinking—an improvement from the previous model and the reason behind the “Mag” on the name.

Overall, an excellent everyday plastic water bottle.

Ideal for camping and hiking trips, but also for those who want to keep track of their daily water intake, the Roamer from S’well is a 64-ounce stainless-steel water bottle that makes staying hydrated an easy task.

The Roamer is also available in the 40-ounce model and despite its large size, the bottle comes with a handle, which makes it fairly easy to carry around. The price is equally hefty, but considering its construction and depending on your intended purpose, it’s worth every penny.

Where to buy:
Specs & Features:
  • Material: Stainless steel
  • Capacity: 64 oz
  • Weight: 1.9 lbs
  • Brand: S’well
What we like:
  • Amazing ice retention
  • Beautiful design
  • Solidly built
  • Can be used as a stylish thermos
What we don’t like:
  • Pricey—but worth it!

While this water bottle looks very much like a thermos, the design aesthetics have ingrained its utility in exercise routines and glamping in the way water bottles normally are used.

Its triple-layered, vacuum-insulated construction will keep your beverages cold for nearly 3 days and hot drinks for a little over a day. It’s also insulated with a copper wall layer that prevents condensation, and for your peace of mind, it’s BPA-free and composed of 18/8 premium food-grade stainless steel.

A nice alternative to a Hydro Flask bottle is the Thermoflask Insulated Water Bottle. Featuring a similar design, the Thermoflask bottle performs equally great, it has similar features, but at a more affordable price–at around $20.

It features a BPA-free double-wall stainless-steel vacuum insulation, which keeps drinks ice-cold for 24 hours and hot for up to 12 hours. Its stainless-steel construction doesn’t absorb flavors or odors, doesn’t sweat, and of course, it will not rust.

Where to buy:
Specs & Features:
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Capacity: 24 oz
  • Brand: Thermoflask
What we like:
  • Clean design
  • Well insulated
  • Budget-friendly
  • 2 lids included
  • Leak-proof
What we don’t like:
  • It dents easily

Plus, a wide opening for convenient filling and adding ice as well as cleaning, a built-in handle for easy carrying, and the best feature of all, the Thermoflask comes standard with 2 types of leak-proof lids, a chug, and a straw one for added versatility and easy sipping.

It’s available in 24 oz and 40 oz sizes and in 5 different colors.

If you like drinking flavored or carbonated beverages, it is likely that, at least once, you’ve been bothered by the amount of sugar they contain. Consuming flavored drinks can also be an expensive habit.

A Cirkul water bottle is a unique item in a popular field. In fact, it’s not just a water bottle, it’s really a system that uses cartridges to flavor water, allowing you to dose the desired infusion.

Where to buy:
Specs & Features:
  • Capacity: 32 oz.
  • Available Bottle Colors: Gray, Green, Matte Black, Matte Purple, Navy, Pink, Purple, Red, Steel, White
  • Available Lid Colors: Black, Blue, Gray, Orange
What we like:
  • Circul system is different and refreshing
  • Sugar-free and zero-calorie flavor cartridges
  • Flavorful and healthier hydration
  • Controlled drinking experience with a flavor dial
  • Excellent alternatives to carbonated drinks
What we don’t like:
  • Creates quite a bit of waste
  • Only suitable for cold and room temperature water
  • Water only stays cold for a maximum of eight hours

The Cirkul 32oz Stainless-Steel Bottle & Comfort Grip Lid is one of their best models. It allows you to enjoy a healthy and flavorful drink without a too costly price.

Let’s dive in to discover how exactly it works!

 How to Choose a Reusable Water Bottle – Buyer’s Guide

Countless brands, different sizes and shapes as well as unique features make choosing the right water bottle an overwhelming task. But don’t fret!

We’re here to help you make an informed decision so you don’t drown in the crowded sea of drinking options and end up making a regrettable purchase.

In this buyer’s guide, we’ll cover the main things you should consider before buying a reusable water bottle:

Intended Purpose

Although water bottles are quite versatile, different lifestyles require different kinds of water bottles. For this reason, it’s important to first think about where you’ll be using your bottle most of the time.

Have you just completed a yoga session?

Do you need a water bottle to go camping and hiking or to bring with you to the office, school, and gym?

Do you need a dishwasher safe water bottle and how do you want to drink from it?

Consider the size of the product. Getting the best 64 oz water bottle will be great for longer trips. But the ones we reviewed in that size won’t fit in every side pocket of backpacks (some bags for hiking are exceptions).

There are tons of bottles that are suitable for both the outdoors and urban daily life. But once you focus on the main purpose of your bottle, you’ll have a better idea on what size, shape as well as which material will suit you best.


Water bottles are primarily made of four materials: plastic, glass, aluminum, and stainless steel. Each one carries its own advantages and disadvantages.

To help you decide which material is most fitted to your needs, we’ve listed below the pros and cons of each one of them.



  • The most affordable material
  • Lightweight, thus easy to carry
  • Can be a dishwasher safe water bottle
  • Safe for kids


  • Water doesn’t taste as clean and pure as it does in glass water bottles
  • It may contain BPA and other harmful chemicals
  • It can easily accumulate mold over time and start to smell
  • It doesn’t provide much insulation



  • Free of industrial chemicals such as BPA
  • Water tastes the purest and fresh
  • Most are dishwasher-safe
  • Sustainable material


  • High price tag
  • It can easily break, therefore it’s not safe for kids
  • It might be heavy to carry
  • It doesn’t provide much insulation



  • A strong material, thus a durable option
  • Lightweight
  • Budget-friendly
  • Recyclable


  • It heats up in warm temperatures
  • It dents easily
  • It may leave a bitter, metallic aftertaste
  • It doesn’t provide much insulation



  • It doesn’t leach chemicals
  • A strong material, therefore long-lasting
  • Excellent ice and heat retention
  • It is resistant to both rust and mold
  • Easy to clean
  • Some are dishwasher safe bottles


  • More expensive
  • Heavier than the aluminum and plastic ones
  • It heats up in warm temperatures
  • It may dent when dropped or banged

Ease of Use

The whole point of having a reusable water bottle is being able to carry it around with you throughout the day effortlessly. So keep an eye out for a comfortable handle or a strap for convenient carrying as well as if it fits in your car cup holder, backpack, gym bags, etc.

Ease of Care

Another essential feature to consider when hunting for reusable water bottles is to check how easy it will be to clean them.

Bacteria can build up fast in water bottles–no matter the material. That’s why it’s important to wash your water bottle regularly.

A few models like the Ello Syndicate Glass and the CamelBak Chute Mag are dishwasher safe water bottles, but to ensure a thorough clean, we advise you to hand-wash both the cap and the mouthpiece.

In case your water bottle is not dishwasher-safe, you should invest in a good bottle brush or a toothbrush especially for the ones with a narrow opening.

Useful Features


For optimal ice and heat retention, stainless-steel vacuum-sealed water bottles are your best choice. They will keep your beverages cold all day long and hot liquids for up to 12 hours.

They are the ultimate choice for camping and hiking.

Free of chemicals

Bisphenol A, also known as BPA, is an industrial chemical used in the production of some plastics and resins. It is often found in polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resins. The former is often used in food and beverage containers like water bottles while the latter is used to coat the inside of metal products, such as canned food.

This toxic chemical has been linked to causing reproductive, immunity, and neurological problems, as well as an increased likelihood of Alzheimer’s, childhood asthma, metabolic disease, type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.

Therefore, finding a BPA-free water bottle must be your #1 priority.

You should also be aware that Bisphenol F (BPF) and Bisphenol S (BPS), which have been used as alternatives to BPA have also started to raise concern over the increased risk of obesity.

Another toxic industrial chemical you should watch out for is phthalates, which is used to make plastics more flexible and harder to break. Phthalates might damage the liver, kidneys, lungs, and reproductive system. Again, no water bottles that we selected have any of the mentioned problematic substances.

FAQ – Frequently asked questions about Reusable Water Bottles

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    What is the best water bottle to buy?

    The answer to this question will depend primarily on your needs, lifestyle, as well as budget. It’s never easy to pick one specific best water bottle and that is why we’ve created this complete guide on the best water bottles.

    However, at this very moment, these are our top favorites:

    (read full reviews of each on – click the links above)

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    What is the healthiest water bottle to use?

    These are some of the healthiest and safest water bottles on the market right now:

    (read full reviews of each on – click the links above)

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    How often should you clean your water bottle?

    Water bottles harbor harmful bacteria that can make you sick. Therefore, they should be washed every day, especially the cap and mouthpiece.

    Looking for a backpack to store your water bottle? Check out our complete guide with the top 25 best backpacks for everyday use.

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    How do you clean a water bottle?

    If your water bottle is not dishwasher-safe or you prefer to hand-wash it, the best way to give your bottle a thorough clean is by using either white vinegar or baking soda.

    White vinegar, in particular, is known for killing most germs and bacteria.

    These are the steps you should follow:

    1. First, wash your bottle with soap and water
    2. Then, add a couple of tablespoons of white vinegar or a teaspoon of baking soda and fill the bottle with water
    3. Let it soak overnight
    4. Rinse out the bottle thoroughly the next morning (or run it through the dishwasher)
    5. Let the bottle air dry naturally

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    Why is bottled water bad?

    The plastic from bottled water often contains harmful chemicals such as phthalates and BPA. The former has been linked to an increased risk of cancer while the latter is known for causing hormonal disruptions in humans.

    It’s also important to note that water does not expire, but the plastic bottle does come with an expiration date. After that, chemicals start leaching into the water.

    Besides that, bottled water is equally bad for the environment because it contributes to the increase in ocean plastic waste.

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    What are the best water bottle brands?

    The best water bottle brands we found are:

    (read full reviews of each on – click the links above)

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    Is YETI or Hydro Flask better?

    Both brands make high-quality, heavy-duty, and safe-to-drink-from water bottles. They also deliver excellent ice and heat retention.

    It’s all going to come down to personal design preferences as well as budget—YETI is a bit more expensive than Hydro Flask.

    (read full reviews of each on – click the links above)

Now, we’d like to hear from you!

What’s the brand of your water bottle? And why do you like it so much?

Share with us your stories or ask us any question you might have in the comments below!


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