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BPA Free Drinking Water Bottles

Staying hydrated when you’re on the run is easy with JOCO’s BPA-free drink bottles. Our non-toxic glass water bottles are designed for a lifetime of use.

Recent research has implicated Bisphenol A (BPA) as an endocrine disruptor*. It’s important to note that “endocrine disruptors may be found in many everyday products – including plastic bottles”. We make it easy to stop drinking water from plastic bottles that may have BPA in them.

Since 2009, JOCO have been stopping the flow of plastic and single use waste. Our Australian designed and manufactured 20 oz (nearly 600ml) BPA-free drinking water bottles help stop this overproduction of plastic.

Why You Should Use BPA-Free Drink Bottles

If you’ve ever left a plastic bottle of water in your car on a warm day, you’ll know that it tastes terrible. Plastic water bottles have been implicated for releasing toxins into the water if left in a warm environment**.

When you drink water from JOCO’s BPA-free glass water bottles, you get peace of mind knowing that you’re limiting your exposure to BPA. Making reuse a stylish part of your daily ritual is easy with our water bottles. With 3 stylish colours to choose from and a non-slip velvet grip, your water will always stay safe and fresh.

BPA-Free Reusable Water Bottle From JOCO
BPA-Free Reusable Water Bottle From JOCO Being Held

Get the Best BPA Free Drink Bottles

Certified non-toxic, stain and odour resistant, each stylish glass water bottle is hand-blown from high-grade borosilicate glass. Our bottles feature naturally antibacterial olive wood lids with a wide mouth that is also ice-cube friendly. With a steady flow function and engineered twist-lock plug lid, it’s ideal to carry it with you everywhere.

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*National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (2019), Endocrine DisruptorsI, https://www.niehs.nih.gov/health/topics/agents/endocrine/

**National Geographic (2019), Exposed to extreme heat, plastic bottles may ultimately become unsafe, https://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/2019/07/exposed-to-extreme-heat-plastic-bottles-may-become-unsafe-over-time/