It’s becoming clear that in 2019, reusable water bottles are now not only an eco-friendly necessity but a financial one, too. It costs around 65p for a litre of water bought in a single-use bottle. This may not sound like much but the NHS recommends that we drink between 6 to 8 glasses of water a day, so it’s a cost that adds up over time. Something as fundamental and as basic as drinking water, can become an expensive commodity. Thankfully, we live in a country where we have water (quite literally) on tap and the average cost of that tap water? Just 0.01p a litre.  

Health professionals advise that you should sip water at regular intervals, rather than gulping it down over a short period of time. This means a water bottle, is just as necessary on an office desk, as on a hiking trail or in an aerobics class.

Reusable water bottles are an affordable and convenient way to stay hydrated on your own terms and they come in a range of sizes to suit different lifestyles and needs. Ultimately, the best reusable bottle is the one you carry and use. Most people have different sizes for different uses and places, so think about that before you buy. You can take advantage of multi-buy offers if you plan ahead.

 

You can shop our range of reusable leakproof water bottles here.

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