ForYouBottle's main purpose is to provide creative, elegant and high-class water bottles that also imply designing a bottle that is not only meant for water but can be used for storing any liquids you wish. We collected only multifunction and unique design water bottles for drinks such as coffee, tea, infuser or just water. ForYouBottle proudly presents you with the best water bottles available in the market. You may ask yourself, why do I need the best water bottle when I can buy just a regular one? The answer is simple, you want the best water bottle because you are the best person ever lived on this earth =). 

      How to pick a reusable water bottle?

      Water bottles are mainly made from three different materials: plastic, glass, and metal (or stainless steel). After you decide what material you want your reusable drinking water bottle to be made of, consider the lid type.  The first one is the Plastic one. The plastic is lightweight and durable, but plastic can transfer a taste or odor to your beverage when you drink. Plastic water bottles are geared towards sports and workouts. Even if you’re not using it for those purposes you can still benefit from their sporty design features. Three of the bottles we tested had a flip-top lid that lets you drink using one hand, which we loved. They’re also lightweight compared to glass and insulated bottles. Every bottle we tested was made of Tritan, a material claiming to be free of BPAs, estrogenic and androgenic activity. We still found these bottles to have the strongest smell though.

      The second one is the Glass bottles water bottles are safer to drink from than plastic and don't hold onto taste but they're fragile and not ideal for rough outdoor activities like backpacking. The Glass Water bottles eliminate plastic or metal tastes and chemicals / BPAs. Being able to see how much liquid is left without having to pick up or open the bottle is a nice perk. All were covered in a silicone sleeve for drop protection (no bottles cracked or shattered in our drop tests) but glass and silicone will not insulate your water. Condensation formed on all glass and silicone surfaces even though the silicone sleeves helped improve grip. 

      The Third one is the metal water bottles and stainless steel are also usually insulated (there's insulation around the body) and are the best at keeping the beverages you drink cold or hot (depending on if they start cold or hot, naturally), but they can be heavy and subject to dents and scratches. Those bottles divided into two categories. Vacuum insulated bottles are the best way to keep your water super cold for an entire day or to keep beverages hot for an impressive five hours. These insulated bottles have two inner chambers, one for the water and then one surrounding that with a vacuum channel. This proves to be a very effective method for insulation, but these weigh more because of it. 

      Stainless steel bottles are an effective, low-cost option. They’re non-reactive, BPA free, and lightweight compared to glass or their insulated stainless steel counterparts. You can’t put hot water in these as directed by the manufacturers (and you’ll burn your hands). But if you just need something for short amounts of time and don’t care about insulation, it’s tough to beat the value. Some folks prefer glass to avoid the metal smell or taste, but we found no issue with tastes on these bottles at all. We also tested one aluminum bottle, which is a bit lighter but otherwise similar.

      How to chose lid for water Bottle?

      After you decide what material you want your reusable drinking water bottle to be made of, consider the lid type. Do you want a straw lid, a flip-top spout lid (like a travel mug) or a screw top? Maybe you need a lid that can attach to a backpack with a carabiner or a lid that won't unscrew in your work bag. Also, consider size and design when picking your perfect water bottle. Most companies make their bottles available in a variety of sizes, ranging from 12 to 40 ounces and beyond. Smaller sizes allow for thinner, sleeker designs with a narrow mouth, while larger sizes usually mean a wide-mouth bottle or a jiglike design ideal to drink from at all-day events like beach days. These are some of the best alternatives to disposable water bottles to keep you hydrated all day long.

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