The Best Water Bottles 2020

Thermos
Thermos

As more and more people become educated about the importance of hydration and benefits it has for our kidney and flushing toxins out of our system, Health Canada recommends that the average person needs to consume 8 cups of water a day.

This is the recommended amount health experts say that you need to keep your body functioning properly and avoid dehydration.

In 2016 water bottles became the number 1 selling item in America, outperforming sodas. Our neighbours to the south drink an estimated 12.8 billion gallons of bottles of water a year(39 gallons per person).

Some people might not see the importance of having water bottles and might just assume that it’s just another accessory. Having a water bottle not only saves you money from buying packaged water but also helps you hydrate throughout the day.

Here are The Best Water Bottles 2020

 

1.Hydro Flask standard-mouth water bottle with flex cap, 21 ounces

Hydro Flask 1.
Hydro Flask 1.
  • Good insulation
  • Easily adapts to a variety of situations
  • Very visible branding
  • Hand-wash only

2. Klean Kanteen insulated classic water bottle, 20 ounces

Klean kanteen.
Klean kanteen.
  • Good insulation
  • Lots of cap options
  • Very visible branding
  • Hand-wash only

 

3.Nalgene wide-mouth bottle, 32 ounces

Nalgene2
Nalgene2
  • Inexpensive
  • Easy to clean
  • Durable
  • Lots of colours
  • Not insulated
  • Can get funky smell if not cleaned frequently

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4. Thermos Hydration bottle with meter, 24 ounces

Thermos
Thermos
  • Easy-open lid
  • Meter for tracking water intake
  • Grippy sides
  • Not insulated
  • Not for hot liquids

 

 

5. Takeya Originals insulated water bottle, 24 ounces
Spout lid makes it easy to drink and pour

Takeya
Takeya
  • Wide mouth
  • Inexpensive
  • No nonspout sport cap
  • Hand-wash only

 

 

6. S’well vacuum-insulated stainless-steel water bottle, 17 ounces

S'WELL
S’WELL
  • Many colors/patterns
  • Stylish design
  • Narrow mouth
  • Hand-wash only

 

 

7. Yeti Rambler bottle, 26 ounces

Chug
Chug

 

  • Extra-wide mouth
  • Good insulation
  • Lots of lid options
  • Heavy
  • Expensive

 

 

8. Hydaway bottle with spout lid, 17 ounces

Hydaway bottle
Hydaway bottle

 

  • Collapsible
  • Lightweight
  • Relatively sturdy
  • Silicone/plastic can retain odors
  • Not insulated

 

 

9. Larq bottle, 17 ounces

The Lark
The Lark
  • Self-cleaning cap
  • Doesn’t require filter changes
  • Expensive
  • Heavy when empty

 

 

10. LifeStraw Go

LifeStraw Go
LifeStraw Go
  • Two-stage filter removes bacteria
  • Microplastics
  • Parasites
  • Chlorine and organic chemical matter
  • Filter requires strong sucking action
  • Filter needs to be changed frequently based on use

 

Source: Tom’s guide