William Morris Reusable Insulated Bottle 500ml Limited Edition - Seaweed
William Morris insulated stainless steel water bottle - choose to reuse
"Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful." Embodying everything William Morris held true, this Limited Edition Hot/Cold re-useable bottle is both useful and beautiful: a design classic for our times.
This fabulous 500ml stainless steel insulated bottle comes adorned with William Morris' Seaweed design and is an exclusive limited edition. It has a silver steel topped lid and a handy silicone carry loop. There is also a disc of silicone on the bottle of the bottle to provide a non-slip base.
There are three William Morris designs available in this multi award-winning Limited Edition reusable bottle collection.
- Keeps drinks hot or cold for 12 hours
- Double walled for insulated comfort
- Rubberised anti-slip base
- Unique silicone carry strap
- Reddot award winning design
- Stunning high resolution image
If you are a William Morris fan, take a look at these bamboo coffee cups bearing his designs too.
Care: Clean the bottle before use and regularly, by hand washing in warm soapy water. Rinse all parts and allow to fully dry. Staining or scaling can be removed using baking soda or a mix of hot water and vinegar. Clean exterior with a soft, damp sponge and rub dry.
Do not use abrasive materials. To avoid scratching do not store near keys, coins or sharp items
To prolong insulation, pre-warm or pre-cool before filling. When filling with hot liquid, allow to cool for 3 minutes before putting the lid on. Not recommended for acidic, sugary or carbonated drinks as this can damage the interior.
The silicone carry strap is designed for occasional carrying and not hanging or swinging. It may break if used incorrectly.
Do not use with infant milk or dairy products. Do not use with ice cubes.
Do not put in the dishwasher. Do not microwave.
William Morris: William Morris is widely recognised as one of the greatest, most culturally significant figures of Victorian-era Britain. Artist, writers and social campaigner, he was instrumental in preserving traditional Arts & Crafts methods during the industrial revolution. He was also a dedicated environmental campaigner.