My New Favorite Filter Water Bottle For Traveling Is The Bobble Bottle

What is one of the most important things to remember when you travel? A reusable filtered water bottle. The best one I have found is the bobble bottle.


There are so many options out there, and the price ranges from reasonable to outrageous (I’ve seen filtered water bottles go for $100) The bobble bottle typically goes for around $10, a lovely lavender bobble is on Amazon for $9.95, and their replacement filters can go between $4.99-$9.99 for a pack of 2.


 If you’re like me, you’ll buy one for every member in your family. No more need to label whose water bottle is whose, simply get different colors. I have a hot pink one, my husband orange, my brother has blue, my dad has black, and my mom has red (her favorite color).

Environmentally Friendly

Now, I don’t think I have to reason hard with the fact that it saves you and the planet over 300 bottles of water per filter. Think about how much trash and recycle is avoided with just one water bottle for each member of your family!

Well Made

Made in the USA, the bobble bottle is BPA free, free of phthalates and PV you can be sure this is okay to give to your family to use. Also, a big plus is it is dishwasher safe! This is always must in my household.


In my previous post, 12 Travel Hacks and Packing Tips For Girls On The Go, I had mentioned the importance of a no leak, reusable filtered water bottle. The bobble’s design allows for easy packing and a no leak system with a cap to go over the spout.  There is nothing more annoying than spilling water all over your documents or electronics! The filter screws on tight to the bottle and makes it extremely simple to replace. I love that there is only 3 pieces to the whole system- 1 replaceable filter spout, a cap, and the bottle. Easy to clean, easy to use, and easy to replace!



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