Gallery: 7 Reusable Drink Containers for Adults & Kids

The Sip N’ Go is a lightweight and collapsible water bottle that has a carabineer for attaching to bags and backpacks. When empty, the Sip N’ Go can be folded up and neatly stowed away. The non-bottle is BPA-free, dishwasher safe, and freezeable, and it is manufactured in the USA. Even the Sip N' Go's packaging is eco-friendly: it ships flat and is printed with soy-based inks.

+ Sip N’ Go $7.99

Designed by creative guru Karim Rashid, the Bobble is one of our favorite reusable water bottles. These modern colorful drink containers are BPA-free, made of recycled plastic, and have a built-in carbon water filter meaning you’ll always have clean H2O on the go. The filters come in six bright colors and have the capacity to clean 150 liters of water, which equals 250 full Bobbles. Rashid even designed a special Bobble brush that grabs and pulls dirt from inside the bottle.

+ Water Bobble $8.99-$12.99

If you hate the bulk of a heavy metal bottle weighing down your bag, then the Vapur Anti-Bottle is for you. The Vapur Anti-Bottle is a colorful, flexible, and reusable water bottle designed for easy and convenient on-the-go use anywhere that can be folded up when not in use. This durable little bottle is also freezable, dishwasher safe and BPA-free, meaning it can be safely reused again and again!

+ Vapur Anti-Bottle $9.99

Klean Kanteen makes a variety of water bottles that come in sizes ranging from 12 oz. to 64 oz. We really like their Kid Kanteen Classic water bottles for their classic look that will let your kids feel more grown up. Plus, the bottles have curved corners and rounded threads that make them sanitary and easy to clean. Each is lightweight, durable, sturdy, and 100% recyclable – but you’ll never need to recycle it as each bottle is built to last a lifetime.

+ Klean Kanteens $14.95 – $35.95


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