Soma Bottle – Hydration With A Difference

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The clean water specialists and design aficionados at Soma have done it again. After revolutionizing the traditional filtration systems with the innovative pitcher and carafe designs, the company has now launched the elegant and minimalist Soma Bottle to make hydration on the go more stylish and convenient than ever. Made from shatter-resistant glass, the bottle waves goodbye to BPA-filled plastic and says hello to clean, fresh water. 17 oz. of it, to be exact. The sleek design features curves in all the right places and a soft silicone sleeve for excellent grip. The cap is made of bamboo, which is a renewable material, and since it’s leak-proof you can throw the bottle in a bag without worrying about water dripping all over your tablet or phone. But the company also adds something special to make this beautiful product even more attractive. For every Soma Bottle sold, a donation is made to the nonprofit organization charity:water which promotes safe drinking water projects all over the world. To find out more about the design and to choose your favorite color from white, gray, mint, and eggplant, head over to the brand’s website.

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