I don’t think so something like this should https://www.amazon.co.uk/Science-Sport-Clear-Drinks-Bottle/dp/B002FOMU3O/ref=sr_1_7?dchild=1&keywords=Water%2Bbottle&qid=1626538451&sr=8-7&th=1
Don't really rate these, they always start leaking after a few uses. Cheap, but might not last too long
Need a bottle for my bike cage anyone know wether this will fit please
This is a good price for this size! I think people can see the lower prices of the smaller bottle and thinking this is overpriced (annoyed) Good find OP
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The twist part is too tricky for my kid, it doesn't wash easily and my one leaks
I bought this last time on offer, I don't recommend it. The Asda ones are same price but better quality imo
I got a bunch of these for 10p from Coop near my house. The bottle is very soft... I guesss they are worth £1.50... just.
I had few of those before. Problem is that they collect dirt slowly and you can't see it as it's between top twisting part and bottom of the cover. So after some time is your clean drink passing dirt collected inside. You can't really wash it probably without removing the twisting top again.
Had a couple of these now (3yr old twins) and the only thing to have ‘gone wrong’ with them is the top will have a tendency to no longer grip to open the twist bit. That’s due to the damage cause by my twin tornadoes. Haven’t found them to leak yet, if you twist the top down enough that there is a tight seal at the small hole in the top.
This. She knows it. We've been through so many water bottles breaking, bits snapping off. Things going wrong. Leaking. Then we found these and haven't needed to shell out again.
These are great. Lasted longer than any other bottle for the kids. Doesn't leak. Doesn't break. Highly recommend.
The type 1 plastic used for ‘single use’ water bottles does not contain BPA. If washed properly (as with any reused container) bacteria are not a problem.