Are you that conscious person who cares about the environment? If so, you would want to have a reusable water bottle. Not only can you gulp anytime, but it will also help you save some resources and money.
We have short-listed many kinds of water bottles made from different materials – from bamboo, stainless steel, to clay, copper, and more. Also, you do not have to worry about the "how to choose" section because we have designed a detailed buying guide to provide essential information. So choose wisely!
Whether its stainless steel, aluminum, copper, or bamboo, we have listed a range of products from Amazon and other e-commerce websites. So, based on your preference, you can choose a type for yourself.
|Additional features||Filter and LED|
Rally For Rivers Copper Water Bottle
Stainless Steel Hydra Bolt
Terracotta Clay Handmade
Bamboo Water Bottle
Wowdrobe Water Bottle
Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated
A Designer Copper Water Bottle That Spreads Awareness
A Stainless Steel Bottle With Hydra Thermo Flask
A Self-Cooling Eco-Friendly Clay Water Bottle
A Bamboo Bottle for Environmentally-Conscious People
An Aluminum Bottle for Travellers
A Stylish Bottle for Sports Players
A Smart Bottle With an LED Screen
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|Size||950 ml||750 ml||1000 ml||750 ml||750 ml||500 ml||500 ml|
|Material||Copper||Stainless steel||Clay||Bamboo||Aluminum||Stainless steel||Stainless steel|
|Weight||-||440 g||199 g||-||-||360 g||450 g|
|Additional features||No||No||NO||No||No||No||Filter and LED|
Buying a bottle is not a big task; still, there are a few things you might not be aware of, like the material, size, and many other features. To get an idea of how to choose, check out our buying guide.
Although there are many types of materials, we have selected five of them; stainless steel, aluminum, copper, bamboo, and clay. You can choose the material based on your situation. Some of them are good for home usage, while others can be good for home as well as travel.
These bottles are known for their vacuum-insulation and temperature control, which means that it helps the beverage maintain hotter or colder temperatures for a longer time. However, remember not all stainless steel bottles have this feature, so check for Hydra Thermo flask for temperature control.
Additionally, these bottles are non-toxic, corrosion-resistant, and non-absorbent, meaning they are not prone to rust and mold, but they are heavy, can get dents quickly, heat up in warm temperatures, and a little pricier than the other variants.
The temperature control duration is 24 hours for cold and 12 hours for hot beverages, so we recommend this bottle to those who like to carry hot or cold drinks like chai or nimbu paani while traveling.
These bottles are heavier than plastic ones but lighter than stainless steel water bottles. Unlike stainless steel bottles, the temperature control system in aluminum bottles is weak, meaning that it cannot maintain hot or cold temperatures for an extended period.
They have a thin layered lining of plastic to protect the aluminum from separating, so you cannot wash with boiling water because if the lining breaks, it will change the taste of the drink.
If design is something you highly prioritize, then you’re in luck because aluminum bottles are more stylish than the stainless steel ones. These bottles are apt for children who are going to school, as it's easy for them to carry along with their backpack.
Somehow copper jugs or bottles lost track, but they are again gaining traction in India. Indian housewives stored water in copper vessels in the past but, nowadays, we have UV and RO as water purifiers. According to Ayurveda, storing water in a copper vessel or bottle can naturally purify water. Moreover, it can kill all the unwanted bacteria, mold, fungi, and more.
Ayurveda suggests drinking water from a copper-based material on an empty stomach because it helps maintain the organ, slows down aging, regulates digestion, and more. So, if you want all these benefits, then look for copper water bottles. However, one downside is that they are heavy, hence, less portable.
If you are that person who wants to be environmentally-conscious, then look for bamboo and clay water bottles. Bamboo bottles are renewable, recyclable, and durable. Most importantly, bamboo bottles are lightweight and are portable. Like copper bottles, drinking water from bamboo bottles also has many benefits.
It slows down aging, prevents wrinkles, boosts collagen production, lowers cholesterol, and strengthens the immune system. Look for bamboo water bottles that are leak-proof. However, bamboo bottles have a few drawbacks; you cannot keep the water for more than three days as it will affect the durability.
Similar to bamboo, clay water bottles, too, are environment-friendly and are also known as natural water coolers. Clay or Matka has small holes that allow the water to pass out, and after that, it gains energy from the heat outside to become gas; lastly, it gets evaporated, causing the water to cool.
There are many benefits of drinking water from Matka; it maintains the ph balance, regulates digestion, curbs acidity, and many more. Most of the clay bottles are not leak-proof, so they are best used at home.
Up to 500 ml is suitable for those who are into sports like cyclists, gym-goers, or any football, cricket, and tennis players. For sports players, having 3-4 sips after every 20 minutes is considered best to keep hydrated, so this size would be apt for them as they wouldn't want a bigger one along with their kit or bag. Remember, you will have to refill them 3 to 4 times.
Are you that tough person who is fine with a heavy bag? Go for 500 - 1000 ml. If you are a pro-traveler and know that refilling would be challenging in the middle of a journey, you can go with this size. The average refills would be around 1 to 3 times, but if you're a big-time gulper, then nothing can stop you. These are also ideal for activities like camping and hiking because you would need more water for long trips.
Cleaning the bottle is one of the most important things to maintain basic hygiene because it comes in direct contact with your mouth. So, choose a bottle that is easy to clean. Wide-mouth bottles are easy to clean, but they spill a lot when it comes to pouring.
You can also look for built-in straw or spouts, but then they are harder to clean as compared to wide-mouth bottles, and it's not that easy to disassemble them. Furthermore, the ergonomics of the bottle can also determine the process of cleaning. If the bottle is twisted, it will be hard to reach the surface, so look for bottles that are straight. You can also buy a thin brush for those that are hard to wash.
Today, many companies are trying to attract more customers by providing a few extra features like an attached filter and an LED. So, if you are ready to pay a little extra, look out for these features.
A built-in filter is one of the trendiest features these days. It filters the tap water, giving you chlorine and chemical-free water. Those who doubt the tap water of their city can look for this feature.
However, you have to change the filter cartridges frequently, which can be a turn down for some. Next in line is the LED part; it displays the water temperature inside the bottle and gives a reminder to notify your water intake percentage. You can also connect it to a mobile application, allowing you to access more functions.
Everyone knows the way to drink water, but the right way is still not followed. It can create a significant difference in your life if you sip properly. To know the correct way, check out the video.
You can check the articles below to enhance your drinking and eating experience. We have prepared a detailed buying guide to ease your selection process!
All the water bottles can store the water for you, but some of them can purify as well, so we hope that you are informed enough to make a confident buy. We wish you a happy buying and happy gulping!
Author: Nikhil Deora
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