We just added some great new products to our bottle page, and we wanted to review one for you! Our new H2Go Frosted Glass Rincon Bottle is a staff favorite. This show-stopping bottle is beautiful and easy to use. With so many amazing features, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to tell you all about it!
We love testing out different water bottles to see how they stack up. Each water bottle is handpicked, to make sure that we’re only offering the best. Our staffer Mary has been using this bottle for the past two weeks. She noticed a lot about these glass bottles. Read along because we’re breaking down the pros and cons of our H2Go Frosted Glass Rincon 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
Looking for a beautiful bottle with a high perceived value and a modern update? Look no further than our Glass Tumbler with Bamboo Lid. Our sales administrator, Deborah, spent some time using this bottle and had plenty to talk about!
Custom glass tumblers are classic and beautiful. They come in a wide range of styles, and often use silicone protectors to add a pop of color. Deborah loved that this bottle takes that one step further, carrying the color of the silicone sleeve through to the straw hole and the lid’s gasket. And speaking of straws—there’s a stopper on this one. It may not seem like a big deal, but the stopper keeps the Tritan (read: durable!) straw from falling out of the tumbler accidentally! Continue reading
Glass water bottles are both stylish and practical. They’re made from sustainable raw materials and glass doesn’t alter the taste of its contents, which makes it the perfect vessel for those who enjoy “pure” tasting water. Our h2go Two Tone Glass Water Bottle is our most popular glass option, so it made sense for us to do an extended road test on this one. Here’s what we think! Continue reading
The only differences between custom glass water bottles are price and features, right? Wrong! Surprised? Believe it or not, not all glass is created equal, which means that there ARE material differences to consider when shopping for the best custom glass water bottles for your project.
Glass is seen by many as the purest way to drink water. After all, glass is a non-porous surface, which means that it won’t absorb odors or tastes. Glass is the only widely-used packaging material considered “GRAS” or “generally recognized as safe” by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. It’s also 100% recyclable and can be reused endlessly with no loss in quality or purity, according to the Glass Packaging Institute. Glass water bottles can withstand high temperatures without melting, so you can feel free to put your glass bottles in the dishwasher without incident. (the same may not be true for add-ons like silicone sleeves or plastic lids). Continue reading
Custom glass water bottles are at once classic and stylish, and Bulletin Bottle [.com] is proud to offer a hand-picked assortment of them.
Glass is a time-tested, preferred water bottle material for lots of reasons. Custom glass water bottles are made from sustainable raw materials and can be recycled over and over again—with no loss of purity. It’s this clarity that keeps water tasting like water, with no altering of its flavor the way that some metal and plastic bottles can leave an ever-so-slight aftertaste (that’s only perceptible to some). Continue reading