Good Things: S’well Water Bottle

It’s time for another Good Things blog post where I share a product or company that I’ve recently found and love! Today’s Good Things post is all about S’well. I was recently introduced to S’well water bottles by a friend who got one after hearing many great things about them.

S’well’s main product is their stainless steel, insulated, water bottles. While that may be considered a small product, this company is making a big impact. S’well is the “fastest growing woman-owned company in the country” with their customer base being built by word of mouth. The main mission of S’well is to help keep single-use plastic out of landfills, but that’s not their only mission. They’ve also partnered with UNICEF, Breast Cancer Research Foundation, (RED) and other charities. Their latest mission is called 100 Million 2020. This mission is to help prevent 100 million plastic bottles from entering landfills by 2020.

Aside from the great business standards, these bottles are also incredibly useful and a step above others. These bottles hold both hot and cold drinks, with drinks staying cold for 24hrs or hot for 12hrs. Although not recomended, I tested this out in the summer a couple of times when I forgot my water bottle in the car on a really hot day. When I opened it up, hours later, my water inside was still really cold! Another issue with cold drinks in water bottles is that the bottles often sweat so you’re hesitant to put them in your bag or purse for fear of getting everything else wet too (or is that just me?! LOL). With a S’well bottle you won’t have to worry anymore; they don’t sweat. For anyone who hates their current water bottle or is just looking for a change, I would highly recommend checking out their website and finding what bottle and lid makes the best fit for you!

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