January 7, 2011

Made in France: BPA-Free Glass Reusable Water Bottle with Silicone sleeve

The search for the best reusable water bottle has ended! Lifefactory Beverage Bottle is made of glass, the safest container for your beverages. The lid is plastic, but fortunately it is BPA-free plastic. The glass bottle is protected from breakage with a silicone sleeve that is dishwasher safe.

  • Glass beverage bottle with 22-ounce capacity protected by stylish silicone sleeve in green
  • Glass does not add a chemical or metal taste to your beverage
  • Patent pending silicone sleeve provides a great gripping surface and helps to prevent breakage
  • Wide mouth bottle makes it easy to add ice, citrus slices and tea bags
  • Both bottle and silicone cover are dishwasher safe
Lifefactory creates innovative, non-toxic products that make it easy to lead a healthy and eco-conscious lifestyle. They fuse modern sensibility, eco-friendly composition, and exceptional utility to produce a glass beverage bottle that is free of known harmful chemicals such as BPA, phthalate, PVC, and polycarbonate. All materials are FDA approved. The unique patent pending silicone sleeve is free of plastics, 100% non-toxic, provides a great gripping surface and helps prevent breakage. The benefit of using a glass beverage bottle is that there is no risk of chemicals leaching into your drink and no metallic taste. The widemouth bottle design makes it easy to add ice, citrus slices, tea bags, etc. Beverage bottles are easy clean and dishwasher safe (the glass bottle and silicone sleeve can also be washed together in the dishwasher)

I recently bought a Lifefactory bottle for every member of my family: no metal taste, no plastic safety concerns. I like that the bottle is made in France (the silicone sleeve is from China). I really love our bottles!  Staying hydrated is the single most important thing we can do for our bodies and minds. A safe vessel for beverages is crucial. I am so happy I found Lifefactory!

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