THE TRAVEL WATER BOTTLE
Why Bubi is the best travel bottle?
I discover new places with my new flexible like a disposable bottle, but it’ll never lose its shape. No more crumbled bottles hanging on my backpack. Instead, I have a sleek, lightweight solution. Also, the Bubi travel water bottle is BPA free and doesn’t leach chemicals. Now I can use the same bottle for years without worrying about plastic in my water. The Bubi water bottle was just what I needed, and it even got me thinking about how it could get me further than the previous rigid bottle I left behind in San Francisco. I found that my Bubi allowed me two more powerful ways to make my life easier.
Travel Water Bottle
I could use my new travel bottle for all temperatures from ice cold drinks to piping hot coffee. Right away I started using it for coffee in the morning then filled it up with my cold drinks throughout the day. I could even toss it in the freezer at night and have ice cold water the next day without worrying about the bottle cracking. It was great my new Bubi Bottle was simplifying my life by being an all temperature solution. However, the coolest feature is that it’s a scrunchable water bottle.
If I had a Bubi water bottle instead of my bulky, rigid bottle when I was packing, I could have saved myself weeks of drinking leached chemicals and carrying around a crumpled piece of plastic. Now when traveling and discover new places, as light as possible, I can literally roll up the Bubi to have a compact item that adds almost nothing to my load. I know I’ll be traveling more in the future, and I’ll never again have to leave my water bottle behind.
Discover New Places
After enjoying the beautiful city of San Francisco for a year and a half, I decided to continue exploring. I planned a two week trip to Medellín, Colombia. After that, I would fly straight to my new home, Miami. I discovered a new travel place. I knew for this trip that I just wanted to bring a backpack and a carry-on. When deciding on what to leave behind, some large items were a no-brainer such as my large boxing gloves and musical equipment. Interestingly, deciding to bring my reusable travel water bottle took some consideration.
After some thought, I decided that carrying a bulky and rigid 28 oz container wouldn’t be worth space. I figured I would just use disposable bottles for the couple weeks in Medellín, then buy a new reusable water bottle when I settled in Miami after.
When I arrived in Medellín I was thirsty and I knew I would be walking a lot. I went to a nearby drugstore and bought the largest individual sized water for a couple of dollars USD. Being on a budget, I realized I didn’t want to buy a new bottle every day. I knew reusing disposable bottles is not good for your health, but I ended up using that same bottle for two weeks. Within a day it was aesthetically a crumpled eyesore. Also, with it being exposed to the sun throughout the day, it must have leached plastic in my water.
Once in Miami, I was ready to ditch using a crumpled up disposable bottle. Coincidentally, I met the founder of the Bubi Bottle. I had never seen a light, flexible design like this before. Usually, I run into bottles with unnecessary bells and whistles that just ad bulk to the bottle. However, I found Bubi had all the benefits without any wasted space.