My stainless steel reusable water bottle

At the end of July, I decided to stop using my Nalgene water bottle (which leaked Bisphenol A) and ended up getting a stainless steel bottle.

I think it’s totally awesome. Even if you are somewhat lax about washing the bottle (which of course, I am), the water still tastes really good without any funny taste. I always fill it with really cold water (at home, I put ice cubes in, while I have access to very cold water at work), and I am becoming addicted to it.

The only problem is that it “perspires” with really cold water in it, so I have to use a coaster at home. Otherwise, it is perfect. I may actually get a bigger one in the future. I ride my bicycle on weekends, and this might not be big enough.

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One small step in going green

Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last year or two, you’ve probably heard about the evils of bottled water (all that wasted plastic) and how even plastic reusable water bottles, including a Nalgene bottle that I have,  can leak Bisphenol A (BPA.)

I decided to do my part for the environment and my health (though since I already eat junk food, how much this will help me is debatable…) I decided to ditch plastic and got this stainless steel bottle. Obviously I don’t want to leave it in my car during the summer (which I currently do with a plastic travel mug), but this is a minor thing.