Carrying a drink with you during travel can be a hassle. How do you it keep it cold? Is there room in your carry-on to stow the bottle when not in use? Don’t give up and give in to the pricey bottles you have to buy in airports and rest stops. We’ve found four water bottles that were made for traveling. Cheers!
Get safe water on the go with LifeStraw’s two-stage filtration system. Plus, its carbon capsule reduces chlorine and other foul tastes from the water. The 23-ounce bottle is BPA-free, leak-proof and includes a food-grade silicone mouthpiece. It’s the perfect accessory for travel domestically and abroad.
This tough bottle can handle hot and cold drinks – and can even be frozen safely. The container is made from 100 percent food-grade materials that are free from BPA and other harmful chemicals. The leak-proof cap doubles as a spout cover to keep your drink germ-free.
Kemier’s bottle is made from medical grade material and can stand temperatures from minus 40 degrees all the way up to 100 degrees. When not in use, it can be collapsed to one-fifth its original size and stowed safely in a backpack or carry-on bag.
This heavy-duty bottle might be heavier – and bigger at 64 ounces – than the competition, but that’s because it’s designed to keep your drink ice cold for 36 hours or more. Fill it up with ice and you’ll find the cubes still floating in there days later. A rubber grip and handle help you carry it with you on your travels. You’ll never need to crave a cold drink on the road again.
Steve Spears is editor of Florida Travel & Life, an online brand that inspires active, affluent travelers, providing them with insider information on discovering the best of Florida. Informative and engaging, the website showcases travel destinations, arts and cultural venues, vibrant dining scenes, recreational activities, the great outdoors and the revitalized real-estate market. He is based in Orlando and counts St. Augustine, Key West and the Gulf Beaches among his favorite destinations in the state.