Stainless Steel Water Bottle

You’ll love it because: It’s eco-friendly, reusable and looks good. These textile-themed patterns and completely plastic free water bottles come affordably priced!

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$14.00

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Description

Single-use plastic is a critical issue, not only in Laos but across the world. Doing away with single-use plastic means finding good alternatives and promoting behaviour changes.

We’ve made it easy with our stainless steel, reusable water bottle with colourful patterns and motifs that represent the different ethnic groups in Laos. Before deciding on a bottle, we tested many, making sure that this one was easy to open and close and there was no leakage.

Though not insulated, the water stays nice and cool with the stainless steel construction.

Water bottles are stainless steel and fit 750ml (25oz) of liquid.

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Color

Pink-Tai Lue, Purple-Tai Daeng, Red-Tai Mueng, Turquoise-Hmong, Yellow-Katu

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