The Square Disruptive Drinkware Bottle is the Ideal Everyday Bottle

A few years ago, it seemed that reusable bottles only aided hikers, campers, and long-distant travelers. However, nowadays, almost everyone has a reusable water bottle. You will see them at work, in the gym, at school, and almost anywhere people need a personal supply of hydration drinking water.

Selecting an everyday bottle can be a challenge, because most consumers are tired of the status quo. These people are looking for convenience, functionality, and style all in one. Therefore the new square bottle is here for you and totally shakes up the status quo.

In fact, there are many hydration bottles in the market. However, we believe that the new square bottle from Disruptive Drinkware is by far the best everyday bottle because of its shape, lid, handle, though outer wall and silicone bottom.

What do you need from an everyday bottle?

  • Ease of portability. An everyday bottle means that you take it everywhere you go, from work to college classes, to the gym. After all, it is one of the reasons why you buy a reusable bottle. You need a personal water supply everywhere you go. The bottle should therefore be easy to transport.
  • Good capacity. Next, you want adequate capacity from your everyday water bottle. Most times, you can predict how much water you need to keep you hydrated throughout the day. Therefore, you need a bottle with a capacity that will not have you rushing for refills every now and then. Our Square bottle that comes in two capacities, 25 oz. and 34 oz.
  • Durable body. Since your bottle will face the everyday challenges of your schedule, you will need one with a durable body, from getting knocked over at the office, under the floor, accidentally falling on concrete to close brushes in public transit. There are many ways that the surface of your bottle could sustain damage. That’s why the Freddy’s tough coat outer-wall technology is your best choice.
  • Convenient lid. A lid that doesn’t require you to twist off to drink and twist back on to close. It proudly features a one finger click to sip and and a one finger click to seal technology.
  • Wide mouth. An everyday water bottle is not bottomless. There will come an instance when you may run out of water or your favorite beverage. When this happens, you have the convenience of refilling from a tap or dispenser. For this purpose, you need a water bottle with a wide mouth that facilitates easy refilling. Additionally, it allows you to add ice cubes and fruits as you desire.
  • Stylish exterior. Lastly, if you are going to bring a bottle with you everywhere you go, we believe it should be stylish and cool. Stylish bottles can achieve many things. It will help you look more at ease and approachable. It is a great conversation starter for first-time interactions and it could even blend into your personal style. A stylish bottle is a quirky thing that makes you more interesting. Each bottle from Disruptive Drinkware dawns bold and bright colors which comes in solid, two-tone and motivational messages. They stand out more, make excellent conversation starters and soon enough, everyone will be asking you about your bottle because it is so fun and unique.

To sum it up, now that you are searching for something that offers you something totally different starting with the square shape, to its unique one finger to open and seal technology, all the way to Freddy’s Noise Dampening Slide Resistant Silicone Bottom which is functional and durable all in one, look no further, you found the most brave, bold and remarkable bottle ever. Period.


BPA FREE Water Flask

Millions of people use water bottles every day, whether they are reusable or disposable.

The liquid that comes into contact with these bottles is ingested on a large scale regularly. In addition, any loose particles in the water bottles will be carried away and ingested as a result.

Some of these particles have been shown to be potentially harmful in studies. BPA is one such example.

Bisphenol A (BPA) is a chemical that is commonly found in consumer goods. It’s a colorless solid that’s soluble in organic solvents but not water.

BPA has been used to manufacture plastics and epoxy resins since 1957 (roughly 60 years). BPA plastic is used to make CDs, DVDs, sporting goods, water bottles, and other items. In addition, food and beverage cans are frequently lined with BPA epoxy resins.

In 2011, an estimated 10 billion pounds of BPA were produced for plastic manufacturing, making it one of the most widely produced chemicals on the planet.

BPA is a chemical that has the potential to be harmful. Because it is so widely used, there are serious concerns about it.

Is BPA Bad for your health?

According to the research, if BPA is used in storage containers, it could end up in food and beverages. The issue here is that BPA exposure can have negative health consequences for fetuses, children, and infants, such as brain and prostate gland problems. There’s also evidence that exposure affects children’s behavior. For example, according to some studies, there is a link between BPA and high blood pressure.

Despite all of this evidence, the Food and Drug Administration maintains that BPA is safe at the low levels found in some foods. This assessment is based on hundreds of studies. The FDA, on the other hand, is still reviewing BPA and supporting ongoing research. Therefore, it’s critical to take several steps right now to limit your exposure to this potentially dangerous chemical.

How to limit exposure to BPA.

The following are some suggestions for limiting BPA exposure in your daily life:

  • Switch to glass baby bottle: Use glass baby bottles or polypropylene bottles with the number “5” label on the bottom.
  • Do away with can foods: Limit your canned food intake or look for brands that don’t use BPA in the lining.
  • Buy items in cardboard cartons: Purchase soups and milk in cardboard cartons lined with aluminum and polyethylene, which are safer materials.
  • Buy fruits and vegetables in a glass jar instead of a can, or you can put them in glass jars.

How to know if a plastic is BPA free

If you’re looking at a plastic bottle or jar at home and want to see if it’s BPA-free, here’s how to find out:

  • Check the bottle or jar bottom for a plastic resin identification code by turning it upside down (commonly referred to as recycling code). The symbol consists of a numeric number (from 1 to 7) surrounded by three triangle-shaped chasing arrows.
  • If what you see is 1, 2, 4, 5, or 6 on the label, you can be confident that the bottle or jar is BPA-free.
  • BPA is most likely present if the number is 3 or if the material is PVC. Most food and beverage containers no longer use PVC, and its use as a lining material for metal can food is also declining.
  • If you see the number 7, you won’t be able to tell whether it contains BPA or not because 7 is the “catch-all” number for all other plastic resins. However, if you know the plastic bottle is made of PVC, you can be sure it contains BPA.

Can you change the symbol after production?

No, during the manufacturing process, identification codes for plastic bottles are embossed on the bottle. Because the symbol is embossed on the mold, it cannot be changed after the fact. Bottle manufacturers and suppliers are frequently required to provide a “Certificate of Compliance” identifying the resin used in the shipment lot by companies packaging food, beverage, pharmaceutical, or nutraceutical products in the United States. Many production companies with dedicated production lines will also ask the resin manufacturer for the exact resin they used.

Health Benefits of BPA free container

BPA-free water bottles are not only better for the environment, but they are also better for your health. According to studies, high levels of BPA consumption are linked to:

  • Eroded teeth
  • Male Fertility
  • Heart disease (primarily in females)
  • Depression
  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Loss of memory
  • Slowed learning (children)
  • Asthma
  • Kidney Failure
  • Liver Failure
  • Breast cancer

If you are drinking water from a BPA-free water bottle, you’re removing one of the main causes of elevated BPA levels in your body.

Products that contain BPA.

BPA can be present in a variety of products, including:

  • Items in Plastic containers.
  • Canned foods
  • Toiletries
  • Feminine hygiene products
  • Thermal printer receipts
    CDs and DVDs
  • Household electronics
  • Eyeglass lenses
  • Sports equipment
  • Dental filling sealants

Given the evidence, it’s best to take precautions to limit your BPA and other potential food toxins exposure.

Pregnant women, in particular, may benefit from avoiding BPA, especially during the first trimester.

On the other hand, others are unlikely to be concerned if they occasionally drink from a “PC” plastic bottle or eat from a can.

However, switching to BPA-free plastic containers requires very little effort for a potentially significant health benefit.