As noted in previous posts, when it comes to reusable water bottles, I like stainless steel bottles best. When looking at stainless steel bottles, make sure you buy real food grade, high quality stainless steel bottles not aluminum bottles.
Klean Kanteen is my favorite stainless steel bottle maker, but that doesn’t mean there’s not other good choices out there. Check out all the amazing BPA-free stainless steel water bottle choices below…
KOR Vida – 16.9 oz to 25.3 oz available. KOR takes stainless to a whole new level of beauty with their KOR Vida. This bottle features a lovely tapered profile and ergonomic handle plus a smooth, threadless spout.
Thinksport Livestrong Insulated Stainless Steel Sports Bottle – 25 oz. Thinksport’s bottle is double-walled and vacuum-sealed stainless steel and works for hot or cold beverages. The contoured design makes the bottle easy to hold even when exercising or walking about and there’s a removable mesh filter included that keeps ice from blocking the drinking spout or you can use the filter to brew tea on the go.
EarthLust Stainless Steel Water Bottle – 13 oz, 20 oz or 1 liter sizes available. EarthLust bottle designs are beautiful and custom, some of which are limited editions. Note that one of my friends has said that you have to be careful as the non-toxic paint used on these bottles may come off if you’re too rough with your bottle.
CamelBak Eddy Stainless Steel Water Bottle – 16 oz. This sleek bottle fits in most cup holders. Plus the bottle included a patented flip-top bite valve that lets you sip without tipping or spilling. The integrated loop handle can be hooked to a carabiner or carried in the crook of your finger.
Waterbox Round Stainless Steel Water Bottle – 25 oz. The Waterbox comes with a unique SoftTouch Cap that’s easy to grip and turn and has an asymmetrical shape with reinforced finger loop. This bottle features a large opening so you can add ice, drink mixes and easily clean your bottle along with a narrow, tall design made to fits in your bag or drink holder easily.
One downer about Waterbox is that it’s hard to find plain colored bottles (as shown above). It’s too bad because they have a virtual rainbow of color choices. You could contact the company to see if you can order direct as very few stores carry the brightly colored bottles.
Classic S’well Bottle – 17 oz. S’well bottles are super unique and hyper cool. The design is sleek, portable and even a good fashion accessory. All bottles are double walled, insulated, non leaching, toxin free, virtually unbreakable, lightweight and have a wide mouth to allow for easy cleaning or adding ice cubes. S’well does have a new bigger size – 25 ounce and a smaller 9 ounce size for lunch boxes available. Other 17 ounce S’well styles are shown below. I really like the stone collection.
Thermos Foogo Phases Leak Proof Stainless Steel Straw Bottle – 10 oz. These hold less liquid, so are best for trips to school, the park or camp, not so much for long hikes. The Thermax double wall vacuum insulation keeps beverages cold and fresh for 10 hours yet the exterior stays condensation free. These bottles also offer a “kid-proof” design, meaning it won’t break even if your kid tosses it around. This features an unbreakable stainless steel interior, easy to open hygienic push button lid with pop up silicone straw, leak proof valve and is interchangeable with other Foogo Phases cups
Eco Vessel Summit Insulated Stainless Steel Water Bottle with Flip Straw – 17-25 oz. This insulated water bottle is designed for on the go ease with a flip spout that opens easily with one hand while Vacuum Insulation Technology keeps your drinks cold for up to 36 hours. There’s also an integrated carrying handle and the silicone drinking spout is removable for easy rinsing and replacements are available. There’s also Eco Vessel Boulder Triple-Insulated Stainless Steel Water Bottle with Screw Cap that features a wider mouth suitable for ice cubes and easy filling plus a removable mesh strainer basket for tea or use as an ice dam.
Eco Vessel also makes a stainless steel option for kids – or simply smaller amounts of beverage. Eco Vessel Frost Kids (13-oz) is made with a top specially designed for easier drinking through an easy-sip straw, a handy carrying loop, and many cute designs.
Thermos Nissan Stainless-Steel Backpack Bottle – 16-oz. This light and sleek bottle is compact for travel, has a push-button drink lid for easy access and TherMax double wall vacuum insulation which locks in temperature to preserve flavor and freshness. This bottle is virtually unbreakable, dent-resistant and comes with a clear coating that reduces fingerprints.
Clean Bottle makes all kinds of water bottles, but their best looking bottle in my opinion, is the unique square bottle (20 oz.). This cool bottle unscrews from both ends for easy cleaning, has a great ergonomic shape and a smudge-proof finish.
Thermos Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel Briefcase Bottle – 16-oz. This sleek bottle by Thermos is one of the most attractive and professional I’ve seen – perfect for work. Vacuum insulation technology offers maximum temperature retention, keeps liquids hot for 12 hours or cold for 24 hours and it’s compact and lightweight for easy portability.
Innate makes many water bottles (all shown below). All are functional and aesthetically pleasing but offer different features.
Innate Mega Fresco – 40 oz. This is a super large bottle for thirsty folks with a rounded design.
Innate Helix – 24 oz. The helix has a progressive shape with athletic features such as an easy to grip design, patent pending spiral lid with a proprietary spill proof and an overmolded sipping stem which can be opened with one hand.
Innate Gear Motus Water Bottle – 18 oz. – This bottle has a stylish, yet ergonomic shape and a flip top lid that delivers a generous sipping volume.
Innate Vite V3 Bottle – 15 oz. Vite V3 features a spiral lid which can be opened with one hand plus the food grade over molded sipping stem is protected from dirt and debris with a flip top cover. Various styles available.
See more reusable water bottle choices. (link coming soon)