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10 Best Filtered Water Bottles – 2019

With increasing awareness about the damaging effects of plastic on the environment, more of us are becoming aware and conscious about lowering our carbon footprint. Single-use plastic, such as disposable water bottles and plastic shopping bags, features among the biggest culprits in this regard. And, for a good reason.

Plastic water bottles are readily available, convenient to use, and give you access to safe drinking water no matter where you go – whether hiking in the outdoors or traveling abroad. But with every plastic bottle that you use and then discard, you are contributing to a massive amount of environmental pollution. That’s why some lifestyle changes are necessary if we want to save our planet.

How about carrying your water from home? It may work sometimes, but mostly, it is a bulky and inconvenient solution. A filtered water bottle is a far better choice. These are simple water bottles that come with an inbuilt filtration system. Just fill the bottle with regular tap water (or water from a lake or stream in the case of some high-performance models), and enjoy safe and tasty drinking water on the go. Neat, right? Take a look at some of the best filtered water bottles below and read on to learn more about purchasing one.

See the full list of recommendations by Sakshi Bahal on StyleCraze's website here.

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October 20, 2023

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