Friday, March 25, 2011

AUTOSEAL Kangaroo Hydration Bottle Review

Spring is just about here which means I am looking for products that are functional and can keep up with my family's active lifestyle.  My kids, dogs, and I frequently take walks to the park and water is a must.  AUTOSEAL Kangaroo Water Bottle (from Contigo)  is the perfect water bottle for me and my family. It is a spill proof bottle that has a built-in compartment that allows you to carry keys, credit cards, money, or whatever else you may need while you are on the go!

This bottle can serve so many purposes. It measures fluid ounces, so you can keep track of water intake. The leak-proof/spill-proof option means you can easily toss it in a bag without worry. Or, you can use the flip top carrier to clip to a bag.   The one-handed bottle operation (you press a button and sip) means you can keep your other hand free and you don't have to worry about dropping and losing the cap.  The built-in compartment is great for carrying essentials and can be removed if you do not need this feature. The opening is also large enough to fit ice cubes. The company really thought of everything when designing this bottle.
Other benefits of the water bottle construction (from the company):
  • Water bottle is top-rack dishwasher safe.
  • Water bottle is made out of Tritan™, which provides high impact resistance and won't stain or retain odors.
  • Made out of 100% FDA-approved materials.
  • 100% BPA free.  No need to worry about the container you are drinking from - Contigo® makes only BPA free bottles.
I really love this bottle! In fact, I love the features of this bottle so much, I have thrown out a few of my traditional water bottle because they could not compare to this one! The bottle comes in a variety of colors and retails for $12.99.

Buy it here: You can purchase the AUTOSEAL Kangaroo bottle from the Contigo website and from Amazon.

I was provided with the above mentioned product for the purpose of facilitating this review. No other compensation was received and the views expressed here are my own.

1 comment:

Bedell said...

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