This stunning Eau Good Glass water bottle is crafted from hand-blown borosilicate glass.
The natural cork and silicone stopper is held securely in place by the reassuring stainless steel ring, so there is no danger of the bottle leaking in your bag. Additionally, the fabric loop makes it easy to carry your bottle while on the go and it also helps you pull the stainless steel ring to secure the stopper.
It may seem counter intuitive to purify your drinking water with a stick of charcoal, but the Japanese have been doing it for centuries - and it makes your tap water taste great (no excuse for buying plastic bottled water if you don't like the taste of tap!). It also adds minerals (such as calcium) and removes chemicals (such as chlorine). You can pop it into any water bottle, jug or other holder you have, and it lasts for 6 months! Learn more here.
- Hand-blown glass, natural cork and silicone (BPA Free), premium stainless steel 304 (18/8)
- Wide spout fits ice cubes or Binchotan charcoal filter
- Leakproof stopper
- Portable, reusable and recyclable
- Easy to clean
- Perfect for taking to filtered water everywhere you go
- You will never need to buy a disposable plastic bottle again - great for the planet and great for your purse!
Size: 23.5cm high, 9cm wide
Important: Please make sure your bottle is filled up when placing your charcoal to avoid any breakages.
We advise washing your bottle by hand with hot soapy water and a bottle brush. Although the bottle and metal clamp are dishwasher safe, the fabric tag will not withstand frequent dishwashes. The silicon seal on the cork can be removed and is dishwasher safe. The cork is not dishwasher safe.
For more information on caring for your charcoal - please see here.
Dan Black and Martin Blum met while studying industrial design at Northumbria University. In 1998, not long after graduating, they formed black+blum. Their studio is in the Oxo Tower, London. They have won over 25 international design awards and many of our their designs are in permanent collections of internationally renowned design museums.