- Insulation truly works
- Doesn't sweat
- Sleek, sexy design
There are so many things we love about the S'Well Insulated Water Bottle that we don't even know where to begin. First and foremost, it keeps cold drinks cold and hot drinks hot all day long. The tight sealing cap will not leak and the bottle does not sweat either (which is kind of amazing if you think about). To top it all off, this water bottle comes in a number of unique and modern designs that we just can't get enough of. All in all, we highly recommend this water bottle.
The down side? The price. For something that holds only 17-ounces, $39 is pretty expensive. However, if you can get past that, the insulation of this water bottle is unbeatable.
Features: Not only is the S'well Insulated Water Bottle both fashionable and reusable, but it is created using non-leaching and non-toxic stainless steel. We love that this bottle has the ability to keep drinks cold for 24 hours and hot for 12. Plus, the tight sealing cap will not leak and even traps in carbonation. But our favorite part is that this product will reduce bottle consumption for years to come.
Durable: This bottle is created using 18/8 double walled, non-toxic, non-leaching, BPA-free stainless steel, making it incredibly durable. Unfortunately, given the high quality of the materials, this water bottle is hand wash only.
Color: The S'well Insulated Water Bottle comes in a variety of designs, including solids, sparkles, elements, and wood grain. However, we’re particularly fond of the sleek and sexy Teakwood design.
Size: This bottle only comes in a 17-ounce size, but that's just fine by us. It measures about 3" in diameter and 10" tall - perfect to throw in your bag and fits perfectly in any standard cup holder.
Price: Unfortunately, this water bottle is not cheap. In fact, it's the most expensive water bottle on our list at just under $40. However, we think it's worth every penny if you're looking for a bottle that will truly keep your beverage insulated. Plus, S'well is a charitable community member and proud partner of charitable organizations such as water aid, American forests and drink up. Now that feels good too, right?