Plastic water bottles are awesome since they are so versatile and relatively inexpensive. You can bring them to any event and the large variety of sizes allows you to find the perfect match. Our custom BPA free water bottles come in so many sizes, styles, and colors! We have several options for plastic material, all which are BPA free too. We know you’ll find the perfect bottle for you.
BPA is also called bisphenol A. This chemical is used in production of some plastics and resins. There is a controversy around the effects that BPA has on human health. At Bulletin Brands, all our plastic water bottles are BPA free and safe for use. Continue reading
Promotional water bottles are an easy and effective way to advertise your brand and logo. A union made bottle comes in many variations and price points. If you’re looking for something with a cheaper price point that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice quality.
These bottles come in a variety of colors and styles. When you want a union made bottle you don’t have to redefine your requirements. Union made bottles are a great option when you want to support our nation’s workforce. We want to tell you about our Squeeze Water Bottle Colors and our top 3 reasons why we love this bottle. Continue reading
When you think of a reusable water bottle, you’re probably not thinking about the material it’s made out of. The material that these bottles are made will change the function that each bottle has! Not all bottles are made with the same function in mind. Some water bottle materials are equipped to carry hot liquids. Some only carry cold options. With all the options, it’s good to know the difference.
Knowing the difference in water bottle materials will help you narrow down your options! With so many options it’s hard to decide. We’re here to help you understand what makes each material different. Every material is unique, so the best way to tell what you’ll like is by doing some research. Let us help you! Below we’re breaking down each material and why we love them! That way you can choose the best bottle for you. Continue reading
Our BPA-free Fold Up Water Bottle Bag is a great travel item. It rolls up and packs away well in a bag, backpack, or four-legged friend’s pack–or clip it anywhere with the included carabiner. Deborah recently took it with her when she traveled to the mountains, where, as she said, “fresh water flows clean”. Deborah commented, “It was easy to just pull out of my daypack, have a good cold sip of mountain water, and roll it back up.” Continue reading
Here’s a fun, colorful item that will catch your eye! Our Twist Tumbler is a new twist on a classic design (see what we did there?). This double walled tumbler is not insulated, so it’s meant for cold drinks only, but it will keep the condensation at bay during the hotter parts of the year. It fits in most vehicle cup holders but is also fully capable of sitting on your desk all day.
Our staff tester, Deborah, took this 16 oz. tumbler with her on a road trip and gave us some feedback. She said, “I love the way this blue color brightens my mood! This tumbler is great for cold drinks as the double wall on it prevented sweating from the ice!” It fit great in my cup holders without vibrating around, and it was easy to grab and drink from on the fly. Continue reading
Consumers in America use billions of single use plastic bottles every year. Even with the proper recycling methods, this trend causes millions of pounds of plastic to end up in our landfills or shipped to China to produce polyester materials. Reusable plastic water bottles are far better than single use ones, but if they are made from newly sourced plastic, they do still contribute to the problem. In an effort to be more environmentally responsible, one of Bulletin Bottle’s factories is working to find a more eco-friendly method of production.
Did you plan 2019 budgets around the possibility of skyrocketing tariffs? Nope, we didn’t think so. Nonetheless, here we are, midway through the year, with tariffs rocking Chinese imports and driving prices up.
So do you abandon all of your projects due to cost? Pick and choose the critical ones? Perhaps. But there’s another option: choosing USA made water bottles. Continue reading
Retail water bottle brands are hotter than ever, and we have seen an increase in clients wanting the trendy look of those bottles with their branding added. That’s why, in addition to our three S’well-inspired bottles, we’ve added the XL Tritan Bottle with Tethered Lid.
The staff member who was testing this bottle said it mysteriously disappeared from her cabinet, only to turn up in nearly unrecognizable form in her college student’s bag. You see, this bottle is super popular amongst college-aged students for they love to adhere stickers to the bottle and show off their individuality. These sticker-covered bottles can be seen all over college campuses nationwide, and the bigger the bottle the better! That’s why we chose an extra-large 34-ounce capacity for our newest Tritan water bottle. Continue reading
By 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 has been a regular player in consumer products for more than 40 years, and for at least ten of those years its safety has also been questioned. This week, yet another study has been published about exposure to and negative effects of BPA—this time in canned foods. It again reinforces the importance of choosing only BPA free bottles for your drinking water.
The study suggests that certain canned foods have higher concentrations of BPA than others. The researchers found that people who consumed one canned food item in the past day had about 24% higher concentrations of BPA in their urine compared with those who had not. Continue reading