Water, water everywhere…

December 11, 2008 at 5:47 pm 2 comments

…and plenty of it’s to drink!  The Ancient Mariner may have had curse keeping him thirsty, but we don’t need to let the curse of bottled water and it’s copious negative effects on the environment keep us dry.  We know the very simple way around that hex…

REUSABLE, personal water bottles.

It’s likely you’ve seen them – around the office, camping, hiking, maybe you even have a few at home.  The truth is that personal water bottles not only save the environment from the waste of creating, shipping, and trashing one-shot bottles (a topic we’ll expand on in a later post), but they save your health and money as well (really – check the label next time you buy bottled water: many brands are straight Tap water!)  To help make your choice, ecosumo has multiple selections of water bottles to fit your needs, and those of your family.

Check out our own premeire line of ecosumo 20 oz. Reusable Water Bottles.  Available in Blue, Green and Steel.


Or perhaps your thirst is a bit more extreme – maybe you hike or bike and need those extra ounces to keep hydrated?  Try the KOR Hydration Vessel, with a 30 oz. capacity and BPA free.

korhydrationvesselThere’s also Nalgene’s On-The-Go and Triton models, holding 24 oz. and 32 0z. respectfully.  With a reputation like Nalgene’s, you’ll be assured that the bottle is sturday and you’ll have an odor free container for your fresh water.


Finally, check out Nalgene’s Grip-N-Gulp model made specifically for your little ones.  The rubberized lid and smooth mouthpiece make drinking easy while the side grips make holding onto it easy.  (BPA free.)

nalgenegripngoSo get your water in a way that’s healthier for you and Mama Earth.  Order your water bottles today at ecosumo and let’s take the curse of one-time water bottles off our planet.


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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. JIm  |  January 11, 2009 at 9:20 pm

    I was looking at your site and I thought “nice site” Untill i saw you selling Nalgene. Did you know they are a big supplier to animal testing and I consider that VERY FAR away from being ECO.
    Please look into other companys that are Eco friendly in all areas. Other than that Thanks for looking into reusable items.


  • 2. ecosumo  |  January 27, 2009 at 1:32 pm

    Hi Jim,
    Thanks for the thoughtful email. We did look into Nalgene and received this as an answer to those concerns: http://www.nalgene-outdoor.com/about/whitepaper.html
    We’re well aware that the topic is a sensitive one. Our experience and research has informed us that Nalgene is a provider of quality plastic products, does not do animal testing, and is responsible in what distributors they work with.
    Please keep talking to us and we’ll respond. We will constantly keep looking for eco-friendly companies.

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