Best Water Bottles
Hydration is key to feeling and performing your best. However, staying hydrated can be a struggle. To help you out, we have compiled a review of the best water bottles on the market.
Hydro Flask Double Insulated Stainless Steel
Pros: With double-wall insulation and a stainless steel design, this bottle is durable and keeps beverages hot or cold for hours. It has a slip-resistant coating that prevents condensation from forming on the outside. It evens comes with a lifetime warranty.
Cons: One of the priciest bottles on the list, this model only comes with a straw lid which isn’t leak proof. For a true leak-proof bottle, users must purchase an additional lid.
Simple Modern Wave Water Bottle
Pros: Like its Hydro Flask competitors, this bottle is made from stainless steel and has double-walled insulation. It also is guaranteed to prevent condensation from forming. With an array of fun colors and patterns, this bottle will stand out.
Cons: This bottle is not dishwasher safe and requires an additional brush to clean it.
Nalgene Triton Wide Mouth BPA Free Water Bottle
Pros: Great bang for your buck, this is the cheapest bottle on the list. This BPA-free plastic water bottle is leak proof and dishwasher safe. Made in the USA, this Nalgene also has a lifetime warranty. With a wide mouth open lid, this bottle is suitable for those looking to track their daily fluids intake.
Cons: This bottle is not insulated and does not keep liquids at reliable temperatures. It is not designed to drink on the go due to its wide mouth and screw cap, though users can purchase a drinking insert separately.
Hydro Flask 18oz Double Wall Leak-Proof Sports Water Bottle
Pros: This bottle is durable and keeps beverages hot or cold for hours with double-wall insulation and a stainless steel design. It has a slip-resistant coating that prevents condensation from forming on the outside and even comes with a lifetime warranty. Unlike its counterpart above, this bottle comes with a leak-proof lid.
Cons: There aren’t many. It’s slightly more expensive than similar models on the market.
Hidrate Spark 2.0A Smart Water Bottle
Pros: This Hidrate bottle is for the tech lovers. While dishwasher safe, this bottle tracks your water intake and can be synced to your phone or activity tracker like the Applewatch or Fitbit. It glows to remind you to drink and relies on batteries: no charging needed.
Cons: This bottle can only be used for plain water. Replacement batteries are costly and it is one of the priciest bottles on the list.
CamelBak Eddy Water Bottle
Pros: This bottle is priced right in the middle of our list. With the classic Camelbak bite lid, this bottle is easy to drink out of whether you are active or resting. Lightweight and BPA free, this is the bottle is designed for the active user. It even has a lifetime warranty.
Cons: Without insulation, this bottle doesn’t keep liquids at reliable temperatures. Some users report leaks and the straw design can be hard to clean. The bite isn’t covered in this model so beware of it getting dirty.
Brita 20 oz Sports Water Bottle BPA Free
Pros: This bottle is on the cheaper end of the price range. With a bite lid that comes with a cover, the top stays clean and is super easy to drink from even when active. Lightweight and BPA free, this is the bottle for those on the go. It features a built-in Brita filter.
Cons: With the filter, this bottle can only be used for water. Without insulation, it doesn’t regulate liquid temperatures well. Like any Brita product, you also have to buy replacement filters, on this bottle they recommend every 2 months with regular use.
Swell 17 oz Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel Water Bottle
Pros: With an insulated and stainless steel design, this pricier bottle is still at the low end for insulated bottles. With a variety of colors, this bottle will fit any style.
Cons: This S’well is not dishwasher safe, and with a narrow mouth it is hard to clean without a bottle cleaning kit. Some users also report the bottle scratch easily.