Bottle water is costly. Americans alone spend $17 billion every year to slake their thirst for portable water. The costs are not limited to our wallets either; each year, nearly 1.5 million barrels of oil are used to make plastic water bottles. Most of those bottles are casually discarded.they end up in our landfills, in our oceans, littering our sidewalks.
Bobble Water were intrigued by this challenge. They have decades of experience solving design and engineering concerns. And they like bottled water. They didn't think the solution was stop drinking it. They saw this as an engineering problem, a complex question that demanded a simple, intuitive answer.
They set out to satisfy their desire for fresh, clean, portableimposes water, while minimizing the considerable costs bottle water imposes on our environment and ourselves. They decided to reinvent the water bottle. They needed their bottle to be recyclable and resilient. They needed to hold costs down. They refused to sacrifice style in favor of function. In essence, they wanted it all, and they wanted it now.
Two years later, they proudly present; bobble. make water better.