Closca Bottle

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Driven by a desire to provide a practical solution to a growing environmental problem, Closca recently launched the revolutionary Closca Bottle. It aims to replace plastic bottles with its eco-friendly design and smart technology. Following on the footsteps of the Closca Helmet, which received a Red Dot Design Award in 2015, the bottle impresses with its minimalist aesthetic and clever engineering. One of the most stylish cycling accessories we’ve seen, the tough borosilicate glass bottle boasts a patented silicone strap system which integrates the innovative Fidlock magnet buckle. This allows the user to quickly attach the bottle to a bike or shoulder bag strap, for easy portability. The dual openings also facilitate cleaning and offer an easy way to fill the interior with ice or fruit.

Boasting a clean aesthetic, the product pleases both design lovers and the eco-conscious. The custom app helps the user locate nearby coffee shops and stores that offer free water refills, with the list of locations also designed to expand via community input. Launched on Kickstarter, the bottle has a reduced price for backers, who can save up to 20% or 30% from the future retail price. A package includes the popular helmet, while another option offers the opportunity to also purchase a Sora city bike. Every Closca Bottle comes in reusable and recyclable packaging. The campaign runs until December 1, with the first 300 early bird bottles delivered the same month to backers. As far as stylish cycling accessories go, it doesn’t get more eco-friendly than this. Images courtesy of Closca.

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