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Size: 18.5-Ounce | Color: Red
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bobble is a reusable filtered water bottle that filters as you drink. bobble comes in two different sizes (18.5oz/34oz) and in a range of different filter colors to pick from. Its carbon-based filter eliminates chlorine and other organic contaminants from the water as you sip.
It is a product shaped under the philosophy of design with a purpose, striving for a sustainable future while simultaneously working to save your wallet. Engineered to change people's drinking habits by decreasing the mass consumption of single-serve water bottles (an industry costing American's $15 billion dollars a year), one bobble filter equals roughly 300 plastic water bottles.
bobble is an award-winning product created in 2009 by a small creative entrepreneurial company Move Collective LLC in New York City. bobble's sleek and sexy shape was designed by one of the world's leading industrial designers, Karim Rashid, and is the essential product for stylish filtration.
bobble's appeal to children has been magnetic.
Kids are fascinated by it, loving its bright colors and wobbly shape. So we've created bobble for smaller hands. mini bobble is perfect for youngsters of all ages, holding 13oz/ 385ml of water.
We've also mixed up the filter's color schemes as well, adding four new versions; wiz bang, dribble, hopscotch and lollipop. mini bobble comes with four kid- friendly stickers to let children personalize their version. bobble helps school children and younger kids learn to make water their first choice. let's build better drinking habits and steer away from soda pop and sugar-soaked juices.
bobble's activated carbon filter has a slight electro-positive charge, making it attractive to chemicals and impurities. As water passes over the positively charged carbon surface, the negative ions of the contaminants are drawn to, and captured by, the carbon granules. The result? Filtered water free of chlorine and other common organic contaminants.
How it works is straightforward: fill your bobble with water and let it improve the taste of your water with each sip. When it's time to move on, recycle your filter, and dress your bobble with the next vibrant color of your choice.
Your fridge is the perfect place to store your bobble. bobble is not recommended for your freezer, and you should not expose your bobble to high levels of heat. Hand-wash your bobble regularly in warm, soapy water then leave it to dry. If damaged, replace your bobble through bobble's customer service, with proof of original purchase.
WARNING: Do not use bobble where water is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality. bobble is intended for municipal tap water only, making water better, with every sip.
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Waste of money. They get really gross inside the filter very quickly. I wouldn't recommend these.Published 5 days ago by Vanessa- PA
The bottle is huge and actually lasts me an entire day! Sometimes if you leave water in it for a couple days and don't use it the bottle will start to dent a little at the top but... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Mo
Hate this bottle, although its cute. its horrible when your drinking from it. This bottle requires allot of force to suck the water as well as allot of hand power when squeezing... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
I was really excited about this product ... But as I used it I will note that you cannot put ice in it and after using it for like 2 weeks water began leaking out of the sides of... Read morePublished 21 days ago by pershin moradi
feels good to join the 'green' crowd. water tastes great. great for the gym.Published 1 month ago by JohnLA
Arrived sooner than expected and item was exactly as described. Wonderful!Published 1 month ago by Jaselle Alvarez
I was not to impressed with it from the start. Not only it is super hard to squeeze, it will also leak water all over you when you try to drink it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Artem A. Morozov