Try It Tuesday: HomeFlav Shock Proof and Impact Resistant Water Bottle with Convenient Spout and Spout Shield

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wter bottleHomeFlav Shock Proof and Impact Resistant Water Bottle with Convenient Spout and Spout Shield 
Manufacturer:  HomeFlav
Weight / Size:  2.8 x 2.8 x 8.7 inches ; 4.6 ounces (holds 14 oz)
Source: product provided by the manufacturer for review

Made from 100% BPA-free materials, this tritan water bottle is perfect for those who lead an active lifestyle. The sleek design fits into most cup and bottle holders, and the titan material is shock absorbant so you don’t need to worry about those occasional drops and breaks. The bottle comes with an inner tube and a spout and spout protector for maximum hygiene when the bottle is not in use. The one-touch button also makes this bottle convenient for 1-hand drinking. Capacity: 14 ounces. Colour: Blue. Dishwasher-safe.

 

Review:  When I first got this water bottle I didn’t think I would like it. It was kind of hard to get the spout up. But I did like the design and the way it looked. Once I got used to the bottle I didn’t want to put it down. I tried all kinds of beverages in it just to see if it would work on them. I was being kind of lazy one day and found out that I can drink out of it without even using my hands.

The beverages that worked great in it were water and juice. The one that didn’t work as well with it was soda. So after all of this I want to just say that I ended liking this water bottle and I use it all the time. If I had the chance to buy more I would do it.

 

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