Filter Your Water as You Drink

Published On July 25, 2012 | By Hannah Ellsbury | Articles, New Product

Yeah, yeah all of us water guru’s have been preaching to the world that using a refillable water bottle is more environmentally friendly and cost-efficient. And that it is.

Despite IWBA opposition, tap water is more heavily regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) than bottled water and the majority of times come out on top during water tests as the healthier choice. But some of the issues and concerns in using a refillable water bottle is where to get clean water. After your initial fill at home, you cannot guarantee access to filtered water when you are out. Some see it as a hassle to find clean drinking water during a busy work day.

Fret no longer! The new Brita® filtering water bottle is at your service. One reusable Brita® filtering water bottle cost you less than $10 and can be found any most grocery stores such as Walmart. In addition, the filter is directly in the bottle; therefore, you can refill your bottle at any water source and have it filter the water as you drink. This new nifty creation filters up to 40 gallons of water before you will need to replace the filter.

This may be the newest revolution in clean, filtered, refreshing water in a bottle. Cheers t no more searching for expensive bottled water at the store or in a vending machine. You can now bring this bottle to school, the office, or your own home.

Why a Brita® filtering water bottle?

  • Provides clean, filtered drinking water as you drink
  • Convenient and dishwasher safe
  • Offers you up to 2 months of delicious water before needing to change the filter
  • Easy, stylish squeezable bottle
  • Recyclable and BPA-free
  • The embedded filtered reduces chlorine taste and odor
  • Rubber handle that allows you to strap your bottle onto your purse, backpack, etc.

After purchasing a Brita® filtering bottle, I personally, have noticed a difference not only in the great taste of my water, but in my wallet as well. A onetime $10 purchase compared to a $1.50 bottled water buy every day? I’d call it a no-brainer.

Bringing my bottle to work and school actually encourages me to drink more water making me feel more awake and aware throughout my day.

One thing I have noticed with other such “filtering water bottles” is the amount of air I suck into my lungs as I attempt to drink from it. I have yet to inhale air bubbles when drinking from my Brita® bottle. If you’re the type that enjoys the cleaner things in life, get yourself a Brita® filtering water bottle and see for yourself!

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2 Responses to Filter Your Water as You Drink

  1. Nancy Nelson says:

    What does the filter, filter out????

    • Hannah Ellsbury says:

      They can remove up to 96.6% of pharmaceuticals including Acetaminophen, Carbamazepine, Estradiol, Naproxen and Progesterone. All bottles are NSF certified to reduce the taste and odor of Chlorine and particulates. Check out their website for more information on their new Brita filtered bottles.

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