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Eco Vessel Giveaway

It is great to strive and become more eco-friendly. However, in some areas it can a little hard. One of my struggles has been finding a reusable water bottle that keeps my drinks iced and cold for longer than 1 hour at a time. So many of them just do not keep my drinks cold. When I find one that works, well, I cannot help but tell everyone about and let me tell ya...Eco Vessel rocks!
I was sent a Summit Insulated Stainless Steel Straw Bottle (17 oz.). "The Eco Vessel Insulated Straw Bottle is the perfect bottle for those of you constantly on the go. Like our other bottles, this Eco Vessel will keep your beverages cold for hours. The new straw top makes drinking easier so you can drink from the bottle without unscrewing the cap or tipping the bottle back. And, because of its specially designed handle, the straw won't open accidentally in your car, lunchbox, or bag. The detachable silicone straw makes cleaning the bottle easier, too. As always, our Eco Vessel Insulated Straw bottle is made from the highest quality, premium grade #304 Stainless Steel, are 100% recyclable, and of course, BPA Free. Rest assured knowing that your bottle was crafted safety, ease of use, and convenience in mind.
  • Insulated to maintain cold for hours
  • Made from #304, 18/8 Food Grade stainless steel
  • Straw top for easy sipping
  • Removable straw top for easy cleaning
  • One-piece top includes a strong carrying loop
  • Slim design is easy to hold while you run or workout
  • 100% Recyclable, BPA Free
  • Bottle Dimensions: 3 inches wide at base, 9.5 inches tall"
Really it does matter what the website states..it matters how it works in real life. I personally feel the Eco Vessel performs better than the website suggests. I have mentioned many times that my husband is a Postal Carrier. He asked to try the Eco Vessel out knowing that it would be put to a grueling test. I happily obliged! First, I removed the cap (which, by the way goes on and off super easy) Then I filled it about halfway with ice. Then topped the entire bottle off with cold green tea (actually green sun tea..keeping it eco-friendly). And I sent him off to work. The Eco Vessel spent the next 10 hours bouncing around inside a USPS van. It was 100+ outside. When it is that hot he drinks water all day and saves his tea for the ride home. He said he was so hot and tired when he finished his routes and he was not real excited about drinking what he assumed would be lukewarm tea. He was floored to find it was still icy AND cold! He polished it off and when he came home I still had to dump leftover ice into the sink. Bottom line: You cannot possibly go wrong by investing in an Eco Vessel Summit Insulated Water Bottle. Mudpies and Tiaras gives it two thumbs way up! Disclosure: The product(s) offered for the giveaway are free of charge, no purchase necessary. Any opinions expressed are my own honest opinions and are not influenced by any form of compensation. This giveaway is not in any way endorsed by or affiliated with Facebook a Rafflecopter giveaway

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