Joco Reusable Water Bottle Amberlight
OMG, talk about gorgeous! We have all learnt about the impact disposable water bottles have on our environment, now is the time to begin realising that our reusable water bottle is about both practicality and fashion. This Joco Reusable Water bottle in Amberlight colour, definitely ticks both boxes. This 20oz (591ml bottle in real life) bottle is Artisan blown from high-grade borosilicate glass. Finished off with a naturally antibacterial olive wood lid and a beautiful non-slip grip with velvet like feel. Looks good and feels great.
Certified non-toxic, stain and odour resistant. Designed with a wide-mouth for steady flow. An engineered twist lock lid for stash and stow confidence. And high grade silicone sleeve. This bottle is tough, LFGB Approved and BPA, BPF, BPS, EA free. Healthy sipping has never looked so good.
Make sure you tell your admirers you got it from Natural Home Co. Cause with this bottle, you will get asked! Check out our entire range of reusable water bottles here, or our range of the reusables you need to get you though the day single-use plastic free.
- Made from durable Borosilicate Glass with a food grade silicone cover and plastic lid
- BPA free
- Capacity: 591ml
- For cold liquids only
- Dimensions: 20.0cm tall, 7.6cm wide
- Handwash recommended
NOTE**. Antibacterial Olive wood lid is coated with pure Walnut oil. Although heat treated, oil may contain traces of nut allergens. Walnut Oil is an important health supplement and has antimicrobial properties. It also has proven calming aroma, enhancing your daily hydration.
In Australia alone we throw away more than 1 billion disposable coffee cups and 350 million plastic straws every year. Most of which end up in landfill, some in even worse places. Add to this the largely undocumented use of plastic cutlery we use and we are talking about a significant environmental issue. But, this issue is very avoidable. Soon we will see these single use items go the way of the grocery shopping bag, with some Australian governments now looking to intervene on this significant issue. Thumbs up S.A.!!!