Whether you’re hiking through the wilderness or navigating the public transportation system of an urban city, it’s important to stay hydrated. Since you can’t bank on there being a water fountain or place to get clean drinking water everywhere you go, it’s wise to bring a water bottle with you.
Savvy travelers know the importance of a good water bottle – one that can keep your water fresh and cool for long periods of time. So the experts at Reviewed.com tested and researched a wide range of water bottles to determine which were the best and here’s what they found.
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Takeya Classic Glass Water Bottle with Silicone Sleeve and Twist Cap
If you’re a fan of glass water bottles, the Takeya is a great choice. It’s free of lead and all toxic-leaching plastics. A silicone sleeve keeps the glass bottle safe and protects it if accidentally dropped.
Since the glass is pretty heavy and you need two hands to open it up because of its twist-off top, the Takeya is not good for sports, but is a good choice for use around the house or at the office.
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