Takeya designs new reusable water bottles
on Wednesday,June 23,2010 22:06
Although recyclable water bottles have become quite fashionable in recent years, some consumers have complained that the metal and plastic varieties taint their water with an undesirable aftertaste.
In response to this issue, container manufacturer Takeya has designed a series of glass-based water bottles that aim to be environmentally friendly and preserve the natural taste of their contents.
The bottles, which do not contain any toxic chemicals, include a transparent window that allows the drinker to check fluid levels. In addition, the company has created silicone jackets that fit around the bottles and are intended to prevent slippage as well as accidental breakage.
These containers come in two models - Modern and Classes. The Modern, which is available in 16- and 18-ounce sizes, is designed for on-the-go consumers who can benefit from features such as a tall shape, wide mouth, airtight twist cap and carrying loop.
Classic-style bottles have rounded spout and thick walls. These designs are available in both 16- and 22-ounce sizes.
All models range in price from $19.99 to $24.99 and will be available at online and specialty retailers across the country.
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