The Best Eco-Friendly and Economic Re-Usable Portable Water Filter Bottle

It may come as a shock to many that in just the United States of America, 38 billion disposable water bottles were thrown away annually. In the United Kingdom, the figure is smaller, but all these empty plastic bottles end up in landfill or pollute the land. One way to do away with this waste is to use refillable water bottles.

Environmentally Friendly

One of the most appealing items to come into the market is the portable water filter bottle called Bobble Bottle which is made from recyclable plastic and is free from the chemical Bisphenol-A or BPA a chemical found in hard plastic containers, bottles, and as a coating in cans containing food and drinks. This remarkable product comes with its own replaceable carbon filter which removes any organic material and/or chlorine from the water. This carbon filter needs to be replaced every 2–3 months or after filtering around 150 litres of water.

In-Built Filter

The Bobble bottle comes in different coloured tether-caps, and has over the past months become a must-have item for sports persons, celebrities, etc. Its biggest claim to fame is that it is the first portable water filter bottle that removes organic contaminants, chlorine, and other impurities in the water with an incorporated carbon filter. It has been documented that a single Bobble bottle with built-in carbon filter may replace over three hundred 16.9 oz. single-serve plastic water bottles, which is a huge boost to the plastic-free environment that everyone is hoping will be attainable in the near future.

Economically Viable

Other properties of this wonderful portable water filter bottle called the Bobble Bottle is that it is made from a durable but still squeezable patented material with a broad mouth, making it easy to load it with fruits and ice cubes. By infusing fruits and herbs like orange or lemon slices, strawberries, raspberries, cucumber, mint, kiwi, blueberry, blackberry etc., in the water along with ice gives the infused water a nice, fruity, and refreshing taste. Overall, using this technique is also cheaper, safer, and environmentally responsible than buying commercial fruit-flavoured drinks in disposable plastic bottles.