The que bottle (https://www.quebottle.com) is the reusable, collapsible water bottle ideal for travel. The company began when the co-founders were at a music festival and realized how much plastic accumulated at venues and the grounds after shows. The official Kickstarter launched in 2016 and now the que bottle is available for purchase.
The classic que bottle comes in 15 colors. Fully expanded, the bottle can hold 20 ounces of liquid. Bottles start at $24.95. Bottles come with a stainless steel cap. Extra lids cost $3.95. Or order a cap with a loop ($5.95) for easy transport. Limited-edition bottle designs are available often. Check the website (https://www.quebottle.com/collections/que-bottle-limited-edition) for the latest availabilities.
Que bottles are safe for cold or hot liquids. Do not put bottles in the microwave. However, they are dishwasher safe. Check the website for complete cleaning instructions.
The bottle is 100 percent plastic-free. It’s made of FDA-approved, food-grade silicone and the cap is made of food-grade stainless steel. All components are non-toxic and BPA-free.
Que bottle currently only ships to the United States and Canada. Shipping is free on orders more than $35 within the United States.
The company partners with non-profit organizations, donating a portion of proceeds from each sale to a different organization.
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