Stelton’s Collar Thermo And Water Bottles

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An elegant addition to the popular Collar line.

Back in 2016, Stelton launched the Collar collection that brought together Nordic design principles and Italian style. Design duo Daniel Debiasi and Federico Sandri designed the coffee set and accessories with a “less is more” approach while giving the products a distinctive character. Over the past couple of years, the popular line has grown constantly. The most recent additions feature the same minimalist aesthetic and refinement that defines the line, but also bring an eco-friendly accent to enhance the collection.

The Collar Thermo Bottle is perfect for taking hot or cold drinks on a commute and keep their temperature constant for longer. The 0.75 l capacity holds enough coffee or tea to last you a whole day. The Collar Water Bottle has the same capacity and offers the ideal solution to shun plastic bottles forever. Minimal and elegant, both bottles feature a matte black finish and a golden brass surface on the lid. Made of stainless steel with a Teflon® coating, the new Collar bottles are as durable as they are stylish. Available soon on Stelton’s website, the bottles will join the other gorgeous products from the Collar collection. Photographs© Stelton.

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