You know how those round water bottles are sticking out all the time when you carry them to the office? The Memobottle does something you didn’t realise you needed. It has a flat shape, like your laptop, so you can store it conveniently with the rest of your rectangular devices. They’re BPA-free and dishwasher-safe to boot, so you can drink your water without worry, while saving the environment from single-use plastics.
Why do I need this?
The Memobottles look like some elegant fragrance flasks when you first see them. Your co-workers will be stunned when you actually start sipping from it. They come in various A-sizes, like printing paper, where A5 is the largest bottle you can get. An A7 water bottle will actually fit in your jeans’ backpocket to carry around without a bag.
There are currently two versions out there. A BPA-free, transparent plastic version, with a black or white, leak-free lid and a newer stainless steel version, which is now being launched on Kickstarter and already successfully shot past its funding goal.
The plastic version is dishwasher safe, but it’s recommended to clean it with a dash of vinegar. The stainless steel Memobottles can be cleaned with a special cleaning tablet.
You might be wondering how you can make your bottle stand upright? There’s an elegant desk stand for that too. But with it being spill-free you can easily lay it flat on your desk as well.
Memobottles are created in Australia and Memobottle partnered with Water.org, so that every unit sold provides five months of clean water access to someone in need. The Memobottle company calculated that they’ve also already diverted about 75 million single-use plastic water bottles from ending up in the ocean.
Where can I buy a Memobottle?
The Memobottles are available in several sizes, from pocket-friendly to something the size of an iPad. You never have to worry about a round water bottle rolling around in the bottom of your bag, or spilling liquid over your electronics because the lid is leaking.
You can purchase any size of the plastic version on Amazon via the links below.
The stainless steel version of the Memobottle is still available on Kickstarter. You can fund the campaign via the link below and receive a bottle around April or May in 2022.