The Welly Bottle

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An elegant bamboo bottle that helps you take water, coffee, or tea on the go.

In a market over-saturated with reusable designs, the Welly bamboo bottle offers something different. And no, we’re not talking just about the minimalist, Nordic-inspired aesthetic we all love. Designed with modern, active lifestyles in mind, Welly provides the perfect solution to take fresh water, hot coffee, iced tea, or fruit-flavored water on the go. First, let’s talk about the design. Sleek and elegant, the bamboo exterior celebrates nature and renewable materials. The light color and subtle textures make the bottle look naturally beautiful. A stainless steel cap features a polished finish, while silicone strips add color and contrast to the design.

As functional as it is stylish, the Welly bamboo bottle has an insulated interior. This means that it can keep drinks hot for 12 hours and cold for – wait for it – 24 hours. A removable infuser also allows the user to make coffee or tea on the go or add fresh fruit for homemade, vitamin flavored water. The wider mouth offers a convenient way to add some ice cubes to drinks and to clean the bottle easily. Welly fits standard cup holders and comes in two sizes, of 12oz and 18oz. Color options for the silicone accents include the classic Black and White as well as the more vibrant Mint and Blue. On top of all this, Welly also donates $1 for every sold bamboo bottle to charities which bring clean water to people in need in developing countries. Photographs© Welly.

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