People have been drinking from glass containers since 1500 BC. Thankfully, glass bottles have come a long way since the height of the Egyptian Empire. Nowadays, glass bottles are more durable, easier to manage and beautiful to boot. Advances in manufacturing techniques and design, coupled with greater interests in sustainable and ecologically sound products have resulted in a renaissance for the glass bottle.
We scoured the market and found our bottles. Then we put them through the rigors of a daily chaotic life that goes from the urban jungle to the mountain trail, and then back home to the recreation center for the kids nightly swim practice. The following five bottles not only survived, but thrived, earning a favored status with our editors. ..
There is a reason that you’re starting to see more of these bottles around town. Available in 12, 16 or 22 ounce options, the crystal clear french glass ensures that you get an odorless, taste free drink experience. A wide mouth opening not only makes for easy drinking, but allows you to add ice or fruit to your favorite water or tea. For those who enjoy their beverage of choice with a side of patriotism, you’ll appreciate that Lifefactory’s modern styled silicone sleeves, teethers and select caps are made in the U.S...
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Lifefactory Baby Bottles
Glass bottles are one of the first switches you might make if you're concerned about chemicals. These are made in the U.S. or Europe, from non-toxic glass that's free of BPA, BPS, and phthalates. Even the straw is medical-grade silicone, not plastic.