Lifeventure TiV Vacuum Bottle


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Lifeventure TiV Vacuum Bottle- insulated 500ml water bottle

Say goodbye to the hoard of plastic water bottles that you keep in your car! This is the one item you need instead to go on all your travels with. Due to the thermally induced vacuum and copper coating this bottle will keep your drinks hot or cold for 6 hours. Made from 18/8 stainless steel the TiV bottle is food safe, BPA free and odour and taste neutral. Easy to drink from, open and carry. The lid is made of two parts enabling you to drink directly from the bottle without burning your mouth and allows a wide enough opening to place ice cubes inside.

  • Leak proof and shock resistant
  • All materials are 100% recyclable.


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