A good water bottle is an essential part of maintaining hydration.
There are so many different types out there, and I can honestly say that I have used a fair amount of them.
As far as I’m concerned, getting a great water bottle is a good investment.
In this post, I’m going to cover my top 5 favorite water bottles out of all of the ones I have ever tried.
Pro tip: most lids to water bottles are not dishwasher friendly.
This is due to the fact that the plastic ring that creates a seal can melt off.
When this happens the liquid leaks from the container.
This was the closest kit I could find to the one I got my water bottle from.
Believe me, I spent a lot of time looking for the one I have.
Mine is chevron, but this is the exact same type of water bottle.
The water bottle like this one is currently sitting on my night stand which is why it’s first on the list.
This is another one I use a lot.
I have dropped it so many times, and it’s still good.
What’s nice about this one is that it has the ounces written on the side so you can track your water intake.
This is important because it helps determine how much water you need.
It’s also the perfect size for the Arbonne Essentials Body Cleanse.
Unfortunately it appears to be out of stock, but the Phytosport bottle is a good substitute.
This one is great because there is a filter inside the bottle itself.
That’s fantastic because you can get filtered water anywhere.
One problem is tracking when you need to replace the filter as there is no indicator for when it needs to be replaced.
The second is that the filter can become water logged, and so it makes it difficult to drink sometimes.
There are ways to fix it.
Check out this video for tips to help with this problem.
These are great for several reasons.
First, it’s a quick and easy way to take a shake with you on the go.
When you finish your shake, rinse the bottle and fill it with water.
Or simply just use it for water.
This one is great because it comes with a straw.
One of the nice things also is that some versions of this protect the spout when closed so the straw is not exposed.
I love these, but I also went through a lot of them.
That’s partially because in college and in my first couple of years teaching I was REALLY rough with these.
The bottle itself is tough.
The lid is tough.
The straw in the lid though is the problem.
Once you put a hole in that it’s basically done for.
I personally thought they were worth repurchasing because they are convenient and again the ounces are written on the side.
I hope this was helpful to you on your journey of staying hydrated.
Until next time.