Stay Hydrated with a Reusable, Minimalist memobottle
Melbourne-based memobottle turned the reusable water bottle game upside down in 2014 when they launched their flat water bottle. Co-founders Jesse Leeworthy and Jonathan Byrt grew up south of Melbourne in a small coastal town where they witnessed what plastic water bottles were doing to the oceans. Knowing it wasn’t just an issue for Australia, the duo got to work on a beautiful alternative that wasn’t round and bulky, and the memobottle was born.
Since they first launched, memobottle has expanded the collection to include four bottle sizes: A5, perfect for layering in your bag with your laptop, iPad, and books; A6, a pocket-sized bottle great to carry throughout the day or to the gym; A7, the most compact and designed to fit in a clutch or jacket pocket; and Slim, a tall, narrow profile that easily slides into compact spaces. In addition to the four bottle sizes, memobottle has added a variety of accessories, including sleek leather sleeves that help insulate and protect the bottles, matching leather straps for carrying, and extra caps if you lose yours or want to mix it up with a new color.
The leather sleeves come in four sizes and in three color options – Black (leather or vegan leather), Nude, and Tan – with matching leather straps available also.
There are six different 2-pack options for memobottle lids: Metallic Copper, Metallic Stainless Steel, Clear, Pink, Black + White, and Metallic Matte Black.
There’s even a convenient Universal memobottle Desk Stand so your bottle is always within reach on your desk or table.
>>> We’ve loved memobottle so much over the years that we’ve brought them into the Design Milk Shop and you can buy everything memobottle makes right here! <<<
For the month of June, we are donating a percentage of the Design Milk Shop sales to The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund. For more information and organizations to donate to and/or get involved in click here.
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