Sigg bottles

safari.jpgThis cute 0.3lt Sigg bottle is one of my son’s most precious possessions. He chose it himself two weeks ago when we had to replace the one that was lost. We have been using one for three years and the few days that he had to do without, he kept asking where his bottle was (we were hoping to find it in the lost&found office of the cablecar here in the mountains).

Sigg have been making bottles for a century now, and when it comes to hiking gear they are the synonym of high quality. They now make an extensive range of bottles for kids, for sport, and for city living.
The one for kids has a twist-able mouthpiece for easy drinking and can also contain juices and fizzy drinks unlike many of the plastic alternatives available.


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1. Steph | September 1, 2008 | Reply

These are supposed to be much safer than the plastic bottles aswell as there is no plastic to break down and end up in your child’s water. That said I am still using plastic! I will defintely get one of these soon.

2. Esther | September 2, 2008 | Reply

I’ve been wanting to get one for ages now! Thanks for reminding me!!

3. Elaina | September 3, 2008 | Reply

My kids have been using Sigg bottles for about a year now (yay for me not losing them because they’re not inexpensive!) and love them. I just learned that Sigg also makes a snack/lunch box. Take a look:

4. RookieMom Heather | September 9, 2008 | Reply

How easy are they to clean? That’s my last remaining concern.

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