Saturday, February 9, 2008

Review Sigg Reusable Stylish Eco Friendly Sports Swiss Aluminum Water Bottles

Sigg premium aluminum water bottles, known as the “World’s Best Water Bottle”, are "beautifully designed, portable works of art that are a perfect blend of function and fashion." Each bottle, designed and manufactured in Switzerland, is created from a single piece of aluminum, resulting in perfectly seamless construction. Sigg keeps up with the trends by featuring artwork from over 100 up & coming artists from around the world, offering us thousands of designs to choose from every year.

Our family decided a long time ago to stop buying bottled water. Which left us with trying to find reusable water bottles that kept our beverages cold and didn't leave our drinks tasting like plastic. I had heard of Sigg bottles, but never knew what I was missing until I received one of these awesome bottles for review. My kids fell in love with the design we received, the Hakunamatata, a vibrant colored bottle featuring fun animal characters. We fought over the catalog, checking out the collection of over 100 designs. Their collections include designs for any style and personality, including the Skull Vision, Nature's Bouquet, and the Wide World of Sports.

Features::

  • Healthy and Safe:: Waterbased, non-toxic taste neutral interior lining is 100% effective against leaching and combats residue build-up.
  • Sigg is a member of 1% For the Planet and donates at least 1% of the annual sales to environmental causes worldwide.
  • Eco-Friendly:: Rugged, crack-resistant and completely reusable and recyclable.
  • New hot/cold bottles keep hot beverages hot for 2 hours and cool beverages cool for 4 hours.
  • Ultra lightweight aluminum water bottles are available in a wide array of colors and designs.
  • All bottle caps are interchangeable.

With all of the health concerns associated with plastics, paint, and aluminum, Sigg answers all your questions and concerns, so you can see why so many people choose Sigg.

SIGG is celebrating its 100th year and has partnered with stopglobalwarming.org to launch Sigg100.com, a site that explores the 100 most significant eco-moments of the past century.

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