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Saturday, September 15, 2012

Reduce: Waterweek Water Bottles Review

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Look how amazing these reusable bottles are, Aidan really really likes them. I got them to put in his lunchbox for school. I love the different colors and designs on them, they are neat!

Of course you all know that my little man started Kindergarten this year. I needed to find him some reusable bottles for both his lunch and snack at school Sending 2 spring waters or juice pouch/boxes really puts a damper on the economy.

They came in a set of 5 colorful bottles are just hit a boy’s design extremely well. His favorite is the red skull one-although he likes to take the others to school as well.

Even I use an extra one while he is at school. I drink a lot of water and end up tossing tons of water bottles in the trash. Sometimes they end up there no matter how many times I stick them in the recycling bin thanks to my lovely 3 year old Adisyn.

We are loving the bottles. Not only does he get to take these colorful and COOL water bottles to school, I use one for myself and one for Adi when he is at school. They are VERY easy to wash (they are top shelf dishwasher safe). And because they are only 10 ounces they fit easily inside any lunch container, car cup holder, or cup cozy.

The bottles come with a holder that fits perfectly inside the refrigerator. I use my Mavea water pitcher to put water in all of them, stick them in the refrigerator and we are good to go. I have always disliked the taste of tap water.

They are free from BPA, and such a great way to get rid of water bottles and juice boxes. They have created 10 (5 for a boy, and 5 for a girl.) We chose the boy set of course. But the girl reusable bottles are just as cute. They also make a sports boy pack.

The waterweek sites states that using these instead of buying water in disposable bottles can save an average of $500 dollars per year. I am pretty sure that I am savinf more than this because Aidan needs one for lunch and then another for snack.. so that’s 2 drinks per day just at school that we are now using the reusable bottle for.

These can be used for tea, juice, soda, or water. Whatever you want to put in these, it’ll hold. No spills, no leaks, no mess. I love that we can also use these in the truck when we go places and I don’t have to worry about the kids spilling their drinks!

As you can see, each bottle has it’s own design, and they have 2 packs for boys, 2 for girls.  So no matter if you have a smaller kid or a bigger one, every child will love to find these in their lunchboxes.

They also have food jars! How cute would these be to send a snack to school?

They even have some 16 oz bottles that I am thinking of buying for myself. They are slightly larger than the kids bottles, and they also have different designs for each day. They have 2 choices of colors.

I am also thinking about getting these because they can hold hot or cold beverages, so coffee to go! YAY! Being greener his year was one of my New Year’s resolutions and how can someone NOT want to reduce their water bottle usage with these amazing bottles.. lol.

They have MANY MANY designs and different choices (even thermal bottles).. so go check them out!


You can buy them on the Reduce site, or they have them at target.com or amazon.com.

Disclosure: This isn’t a sponsored post, all products were sent for review purposes only. The opinions in this post are completely honest and not influenced in any way.


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Jess is the creator of Stylish Southern Mama + Southern Rambles. She is a freelance writer + designer, Social Media Marketer, and Journalist. She has 2 amazing kids, Aidan and Adisyn, and has been with their dad Adam for 12 years, and has 2 amazingly adorable dogs; Harley + Cheyanne! :)

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