Tritan Sport Water bottle With Straw Leak proof Cup

Tritan Sport Water bottle With Straw Leak proof Cup

Tritan Sport Water bottle With Straw Leak proof Cup




Eco Hydration is top quality China tritan sports water bottles, sippy cup supplier and factory for global customers with competitive cost from tooling development to final production, welcome to contact us for your new hydration bottle projects.


450ml Tritan Travel Water Bottles From China Tritan Sports Water Bottle Supplier And Manufacturer-Ecoway

450ml Tritan travel water bottles

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Tritan bottles, water bottles, sports water bottles

Drinkware Type: Tritan bottles & sports water bottles

Feature: Eco-Friendly

Place of Origin: China (Mainland)

drinkware type: water bottle

certification: FDA,LFGB

color: transparent, red, blue, green

capacity: 450ml

material: Tritan, pp5#

logo: silk screen printing,heat transfer printing

sample time: 3-5 days

advantage: fashion ,unique, BPA free, high quality

Ecoway keep developing high quality with good functions hydration bottles for your daily drinking, welcome to leave your question for your hydration product projects.

Environment Friendly - Stainless steel water bottles

Plastic&Stainless water bottles


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All of the plastic&stainless water bottles made by Bottles of Eco Hydration are BPA free.

Our premium sports/hydration drink bottles are made from food grade (LDPE, Eastman Tritan, PP5#, 18/8 Stanless) with a clearview strip with measurements to accurately mix the ­liquids and supplements.

The lightweight, soft squeeze sports LDPE bottle makes re-hydrating quick and easy with a large 45mm and 53mm wide opening for easy access and insertion of ice cubes.

The Transparent, tough quality Eastman Tritan bottles makes re-hydration healthy and enjoyable with functional lids, take it on the go anywhere.

The double vacuum insulated 18/8 stainless bottles makes re-hydration with hot or cold liquid for a long time no matter in Summer or Winter, enjoy your favorite liquid anywhere.

The BPA Free, Food grade PP5# materials used for our sippy cups and most of lids of our hydration bottles, you can be worry free of your daily drinking with our bottles.

Designed, tested and made by our BPA free material is safe for the whole family.

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Water Drinking Bottles


water drinking bottles

Water is the source of all life on our planet. Our bodies are three quarters water, our planet is around three quarters water and without water our world would be a barren rock. We need to drink at least two litres of water every day, yet most people do not. The best way to ensure adequate water consumption is to have a water bottle on hand at all times.

We also need to make sure we are not buying single use throw away water bottles. This is not only inconvenient and expensive, but is a terrible waste and has a hugely negative impact on the environment. Having a water drink bottle on you throughout the day that is re-fillable makes so much sense.

We have water bottles for every need and every use, whether you are sitting at the computer or climbing a cliff.

We will not be beaten on price or quality, so when you want water drink bottles. We are also innovators, developing new and exciting drink bottle technology. Take the Clearview Strip. This feature comes with our full colour range of premium quality drink bottles and allows you to see the bottle’s contents, making measuring additives a breeze. These are great for sports people who are looking to boost their performance and do not want to mess around when they are on the go.

Eco Hydration, for all your water bottle needs.

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Are plastic water bottles safe to use?

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Are plastic water bottles safe to use?

In a word: Yes. New research shows that plasticizers—the chemicals used to make plastics strong yet pliable—aren’t as big a health risk as people have made them out to be. The biggest concern has involved endocrine disruptors. Bisphenol A (BPA) is probably the most widely known of these, and many manufacturers have stopped using it in products for children. However, other plasticizers are likely to pose more risk than BPA. A large-scale risk assessment conducted by the European Food Safety Authority (which has much stricter standards than the US Food and Drug Administration) found that BPA poses virtually no threat—even to young children.

As for other plasticizers, the research is inconclusive on which ones cause harm and by how much. Leaching can occur with some types of plasticizers, but it involves very small amounts and can take years. According to Neal Langerman, principal scientist and owner of the consulting firm Advanced Chemical Safety, it’s when companies perform accelerated-aging studies on such materials, subjecting the plastic to the equivalent of five to six years’ worth of use, that a small amount of additives leach into liquid stored in the plastic. Langerman said that this is a much smaller amount than would do harm, according to the available data.

BPS, aka bisphenol S, is a compound that some companies use instead of BPA, such as in BPA-free water bottles. The Tritan plastic brand, made by Eastman Chemical and used in our large-capacity plastic bottle pick, is one of these compounds. You may have heard some mutterings about Tritan, because of a 2012 lawsuit. Outside research says that the same health effects that researchers see in lab animals with BPA are present for BPS and BPF (bisphenol F, another alternative), as well. But as mentioned above, BPA is fine at the doses people are exposed to. It stands to reason based on this latest research that BPS and BPF are also safe, but only time will tell.



One of the best plastic bottle -Thermos Intak hydration bottle

hydration plastic bottles

If you prefer to sip throughout the day from a plastic vessel, we think you’d do well to look at the 24-ounce Thermos Intak Hydration Bottle, our favorite plastic water bottle for the past two years. It’s proven comfortable to hold, easy to clean, leakproof, and more pleasant to use than the 14 other plastic bottles we’ve tested it against.

The Intak is made from Eastman Tritan plastic, so it’s durable enough to handle being dropped as well as to survive most of the other casual abuse you might put it through. And at 6.6 ounces, it’s so light that when it’s empty you won’t even notice it’s in your bag.

If you’re worried about the safety of drinking water out of plastic bottles, don’t be. Recent research says that the risks have been overstated, and that plastic—even plastic with BPA—is just fine to drink out of.

What sets the Intak apart the most is its usability: The bottle’s textured, contoured design makes it easy to hold. Its wide mouth allows you to drop in ice cubes easily, while the well-designed spout in its lid makes it a pleasure to drink from. It’s a winning combination.


Textured sides help prevent slipping in sweaty hands.

You’ll find a lot of little things to like about this bottle, most of them in its lid. We found it to be leakproof, leaving our test bed dry as a bone after we left it there lying on its side overnight. To ensure that no water escapes while it’s banging around in your backpack or on the rear seat of a car, it comes equipped with a two-step locking mechanism that clamps its lid down firmly until you’re ready to take a drink. In addition to being leakproof, the lid is easy to keep clean. The cap features a sealed silicone gasket that’s mated to the plastic of the lid, so nothing can get underneath it. Just toss the cap into some soapy water and scrub it with a bottle brush or throw it into the top rack of a dishwasher along with the Intak’s plastic body. Finally, the lid boasts a metered dial that you can use to track how many refills you’ve gone through in a day—if you’re into that sort of thing.


A metered dial on the lid can help you track daily water consumption.

The Intak performed well during our durability test. After being dropped on a cement floor from a height of 3½ feet, it showed no scuffs, scrapes, or cracks. Even its transparent plastic lid (which we assumed would be its Achilles’ heel due to the hinge and the seemingly thin material) performed well, surpassing our expectations. Two years since we originally tested it, the Intak is still going strong, albeit with a few scuffs that it has sustained along the way.

Given how well this bottle performs, as well as how massively popular it is on Amazon(it currently has a rating of 4.4 stars out of five across more than 2,400 reviews), we were surprised to find that no trusted editorial outlets have bothered to review the Intak recently. We were able to find a review from Good Housekeeping dating back to 2009, but the bottle has gone through a couple of incremental changes since then, so that review is no longer relevant.

We still think this bottle have some improvement space, that’s its lid, there’s no hinge to take it on the go, you have hold its body all the time if you want to take it on the on your hand, also the some features on the lid that we advise it should have overmold or double injection to make it softer to make its feeling and appearance to be better than normal hydration bottles in the market.