17 billion dollars are spent in america each year alone on bottled water. convenient yes. killing the planet yes. other ways to use $17 billions dollars? yes! as you can probably guess, i’m a huge advocate for bringing my recyclable h20 bottle wherever i go. other than the fact that i probably drink 3 britas a day, i’m obsessed. and if i really need water and feel like i’m going do die from dehydration, i will use a plastic water bottle, but not without my insides turning outsides and feeling this horrendous amount of guilt. extreme, i know. however, i just read about this cool new product called the water bobble. now i know what you’re thinking. another pre-meditated “need” that marketers are messaging to their consumers. i thought that too, until i read more about this cool water bottle. introducing the water bobble.
now i do have an issue with just buying products based on the design and cool factor. i mean, how many sigg bottles does one need? thinking green has really challenged me on my purchasing habits, not just in the h20 bottle world. clothes, shoes, car, etc. is it a necessity or is it cool? however, if you are one of those folks who must have filtered water, then this product is for you and i recommend checking it out. there is a carbon filter in the water bobble that lasts 2 months or 40 gallons later, which ever comes first. the filter is replaceable for $6.95. and it’s BPA free, made from recycled materials (which is hard to find, you’d think!) and is also recyclable. how cool is that? oh, did i mention it was made in the great US of A? well, there you go kids, check it out. tap is where it’s at.