Nomader Collapsible Water Bottle

by Katie Skrzek

Jan 21, 2019

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Products / Other

Nomader water bottles are the perfect hydration accessory for travel. The collapsible water bottle is easy to carry and comfortable to use. It’s ideal for use at the gym, while traveling, camping and doing other outdoor activities. Bottles are TSA-approved.

 

The screw cap and lid design make for a leak-proof seal. The hinged cap offers a hygienic spout cover, protecting the mouthpiece from germs. Bottles maintain their shape when filled. Once empty, they can be folded up for storage and travel. The lightweight bottle has a 25-ounce capacity for hot or cold drinks. They can also be frozen and are top-rack dishwasher safe. Water bottles are made with BPA-free materials, free of BPS, phthalates and other harmful leaching chemicals. The flexible, shatterproof silicone prevents breaks.

 

Bottles come in a variety of colors including grey, blue, pink, green and white. Pricing starts at $24.95. Nomader stands by its lifetime warranty. Any and all defects of a water bottle are fully covered. Visit the website for tips on caring for and cleaning your bottle.

 

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