I thought I would do a quite review of the Lifefactory glass bottle I recently got hold of. Lifefactory glass bottles are great because you can reuse them and not have to waste plastic. Something I absolutely love.
Not only that, but they are obviously BPA free, which is a big issue for me, and my kids, these days. But, on top of that they are also BPS-free and phthalate-free. So, you should be happy to see that as I was too.
What I love most about this kind of bottle is that the straw means you can drink from them while they are upright. So, you don’t have to tilt your head like a madwomen while you are drinking, and they tend not to spill or tip over as easily either. I know, a lot of bottles have this kind of feature these days, but I thought I would mention it anyway.
Variety Of Colors & Sizes
They come in a variety of colors, so you can choose the one that you love the most. And on top of that, they have both 16 and 22 ounce size as well. And, if you are looking for a bottle for your kids, aside from the great choices by Camelbak and Contigo they also have those available too.
Non-Breakable With Silicon Sleeve
Although they are glass, they definitely won’t break easily. Not just because they are made rather well, but also because they have a handy silicon sleeve on the outside. It helps you keep a grip on them, as well as protect them should you happen to drop them. Something my hubbie will tell you I do all too often. Have not broken one yet!
And last, but certainly not least, they are super easy to clean? Why, because you can throw them in the dishwasher of course. There are also not a huge amount of parts, so you won’t be losing them in the dishwasher either, something I am always worried about.
Summing It All Up
To sum up my feelings about this bottle I thought it best to list it out instead of make you read pages and pages of prose, which you obviously don’t have time for.
Here is what I love about this water bottle and why I would recommend it to my readers and friends:
-I don’t get a metal taste when I drink from this water bottle.
-I don’t have to worry about BPA or other chemicals leaching into my beverage.
-I can use this glass water bottle with my SodaStream and have soda or carbonated water on the go and filled in the fridge with no worries about the chemicals leaching into my beverage of choice.
-Lifefactory® says that all the materials are FDA approved and the silicone sleeve is easy to remove and prevents slipping.
-The glass water bottle is not as heavy as I expected and it washes well in the dishwasher (a must in my house).
-I have dropped it and it did not break!
Here is my video review of the Lifefactory® reusable water bottle available on Amazon.
7 thoughts on “Lifefactory® Glass Water Bottle Review”
I want one!!!
$22 plus shipping is way too much for me to spend on a drink bottle. Does anyone have a particular sort of bottle that they like to re-use for the same purpose?
I understand Bridget the cost seems high but you have to pay attention to the FREE shipping and sales offered by http://www.thesoftlanding.com and the discounts offered. The bottle is worth it (promise) and I love that I don't have to worry about the chemicals leaching.
If you want a safe plastic for a reuse purpose there are some sales taking place right now you might want to check out from http://www.thesoftlanding.com/sale.html
I'll get Alicia the owner to ring in as well and assit you.
It sounds like you may want to go with a reusable BPA-free plastic bottle. Our two favorites in that category are the 16oz CamelBak with bite valve (http://www.thesoftlanding.com/camelbak16oz-bett…) and the 24oz Thermos Intak (http://www.thesoftlanding.com/thermos-intak-hyd…).
Both are on sale for a few more days and are very affordable even at regular price.
Hope that helps!
This may be a great glass option for when you are on the go, but for around the house and at the office, I really like the glass water bottle I got from http://www.betrulyyou.com . They look great and have a really positive message printed on the bottle.
I have one of those and removed the sleeve, and withing 2 days, my bad luck happenned and I drop the thing an dit broke into a thousand pieces. It's not very safe w/o the sleeve! Broke as easily as a drinking glass, also.