Go Green with Compact and Eco-Friendly Bottles

Ultralite Super Sparrow bottles

Light and sustainable are the two buzz words as we all work to protect our environment.

And ditching the plastic bottles in favour of full-time use containers is a major step forward which we should all embrace.

But we want a pretty and trendy bottle, a fashion accessory in fact. So, enter in Super Sparrow bottles.

Founded in 2015, the aim was to provide a well-designed, contemporary selection of sleek bottles for people to enjoy both hot and cold drinks in and so therefore always stay hydrated on the go.

And they cracked it and so much so, that a new range of smaller bottles have been launched, which are lighter and great for short days out.

Made from eco-friendly materials combined with high performance technology, the Ultra-Light series is made from 18/10 professional-grade stainless steel making them 30 percent lighter than standard water bottles and guaranteeing the drink will stay cold for 24 hours and hot for 12 hours.

Each bottle features a sleek powder coat that ensures it’s easy to grip and sweat free. The insu-shield double walled vacuum insulation ensures that the chosen beverage stays at the right temperature in all conditions, making these bottles a ‘must have’ for outdoor adventure lovers.

Super Sparrow’s mission is to reinvent the way everyday products are used and cultivate a community that genuinely wants to make a difference to the planet.

And thankfully, their product does just that. Design wise, you can pick from a range of sleek and bold plain colours or if you fancy something a bit more special, there are lovely bird and floral images which are upmarket and unique, making them a little bit different from the norm.

The eye-catching bottles not only look good but are well manufactured, which means they will last for a long time and provide good value for money, but also promote what they are designed to do, and protect the planet for future generations.

Author Bio:

Rebecca Hay is an experienced travel writer and member of The British Guild of Travel Writers. Follow her adventures with her family on Twitter and Instagram @emojiadventurer and on Facebook via EmojiAdventurers2.

Photographs courtesy of Super Sparrow

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