Tag Archives: Aluminum Bottles

The h2go Surge Custom Aluminum Bottle: Staff Review

Custom Aluminum BottlesCustom aluminum bottles continue to be very popular items. They at once straddle the line between budget friendly and high perceived value. Metal bottles are typically trendy, stylish items and appeal to a wide range of people, making them a good bet when looking for ways to leave a mark on your organization’s target audience.

Since our clients are always hunting for a good deal that still makes their branding pop, we have added a few new aluminum water bottles to our lineup. We especially like the h2go Surge Aluminum Bottle. Continue reading

BPS (No, That’s Not a Typo) and Bulletin Bottle

bpa-bps-comparisonBy now most of you know what BPA is, or at least that you likely want to avoid it when possible, especially in your water bottles. Good news on that front…all of Bulletin Bottle’s products are BPA free (read here for more information).

So, what happens when the factory can’t use BPA anymore? What do they do? Well, they use an alternative. One of those (and there are MANY) is commonly referred to as BPS. But let’s back up. Continue reading

BPA Free Aluminum Bottles: Why We Sell Them

Large Aluminum Water BottleWhen it comes to water bottles, some think plastic has a lower perceived value than metal. It doesn’t matter what the material actually is. That’s why our BPA free aluminum bottles continue to be oft requested items. Aluminum, while a big step down from stainless steel or glass, is still viewed as a fancier alternative to plastic—even Tritan. We disagree, but we also know a lot more than our average client (we should…we ARE the experts!). Continue reading

Why You Want BPA Free Plastic Water Bottles

fotter-icon-bpa-free-444Bulletin Bottle [.com] features a hand-picked selection of custom water bottles. But, did you know that we only carry BPA free plastic water bottles on our website?

But, what is BPA and why should you care about that? BPA stands for Bisphenol A. It’s an industrial chemical that has been used in the production of polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resins since the ‘60s. Continue reading