The polar bear has his very own bottle, me too!

1 Apr

Photo 19-03-2014 5 24 28 pmI love bottles, I carry mine everyday from home to the office and back home.
I also love to have my bottle when I travel.
My collection includes
. 2 aluminium Kleen Kantean (one double-wall, one regular simple wall),
. one Bryta with a filter,
. one spill-free Contigo,
and since a few days, a super cool Polar Bottle!

Again, I left home without my bottle, I was desperate and needed a bottle for the next 10 days in hot and sunny Miami. I couldn’t buy just any bottle! I needed a cool bottle that I would keep using back home.
After “a little benchmark of the market”, my choice went for the Polar Bottle.
A double-wall plastic bottle with a cool design but also practical and optimized for the best usage.
The characteristics of the Polar Bottle are the following
. light because of plastics,
. safe for your health because BPA and phthalate-free,
. dishwasher-safe (put in the top rack),
. freezer-safe,
. easy to maintain thanks to a removable valve,
. spill-free, and I tested it in my backpack where it’s laying on the bottom full of liquid and not a drop!

It’s not only a cheap ($10,95 for the 20 ounces) but also a trusted and stylish bottle.

More infos
. Official PolarBottle website
. Follow @PolarBottle
. Instagram PolarBottle

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2 Responses to “The polar bear has his very own bottle, me too!”

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  1. The return of the ManPack! | Chase It Or B Chased - April 28, 2014

    […] to grab. Perfect for my SpacePen. 4/ The collapsible bottle pocket that I’m using with my PolarBottle, or a pack of Kleenex when I’m not thirsty 😉 5/ The adjustable chest strap is handy and […]

  2. Spork on the walk! | Chase It Or B Chased - June 30, 2014

    […] a spoon gets married with a knife and gets a baby fork). For the way in, I store it inside my empty Polar bottle. But for the way back it’s dirty and I never know where to put it (I don’t want to hand […]

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