- 100% leak proof
- Thread on inside of the bottle next for smooth drinking
- High quality Stainless steel lid
- Paracord carry loop
- BPA free
- Glass, stainless steel, nylon, polypropylene and silicone.
- W 6.5cm H 23.5cm / W 2.56" H 9.25"
- 600 ml 20 floz
- Weight: 340g/0.75Lbs
- Freezer safe
Is the bottle dishwasher safe?
We recommend all parts are handwashed only in order to avoid water being trapped under the sleeve or shortening the life of the nylon paracord which is not dishwasher safe. For a thorough clean, it is possible to remove the sleeve from the Borosilicate glass body and then reassemble it. Both parts can be cleaned in the dishwasher with the exception of the almond wood fibre sleeve which is not dishwasher safe.
How do I remove the silicone sleeve from my Glass Water Bottle?
Our ‘How To Video’ on Youtube shows you how to remove the silicone sleeve. Please note that the sleeve of the Almond version of the Glass Water bottle (GR-WB-M014) is not removable, due to the silicone containing wood fibres.
How do I clean the silicon seal inside the lid?
It is possible to remove the silicone seal on the top for a thorough clean. Use a non sharp cutlery knife to prise and lever the silicone out of the lid. Handwash the lid; the silicone seal can be cleaned in a dishwasher if desired.
Can the bottle be used for hot drinks?
Yes, the bottle can be used for hot drinks, but be cautious with all hot liquids. The outside sleeve will get hot to the touch and you should make sure the lid is securely screwed on if shaken whilst walking.
Is the bottle freezer safe?
Yes the bottle is freezer safe, but be careful not to overfill the bottle as water expands by roughly 9% when frozen so ensure there is plenty of room at the top. Allow contents to defrost before attempting to unscrew the top.
What is the almond sleeve made from?
The sleeve is made from a thermoplastic rubber and 30% FSC sustainably sourced wood fibre.
Is the bottle BPA and BPS free?
Yes, all parts of the bottle are BPA and BPS free.
Can I use carbonated drinks in my bottle?
We do not recommend using carbonated drinks in our glass bottles as pressure could build up and lead the bottle to leak from the lid.