Metal or Glass:
Why Buy Avana?
Water bottles can help make like easier and more satisfying, and healthier. But not all water bottles are created equal.
Many of the dozens I have tested look good, but they leak, or they’re too heavy, or their spouts just don’t work well. A poorly constructed water bottle can lead to frustration when you’re going for hydration!
The Avana brand is associated with BlenderBottle (shaker bottles) and Whiskware (kitchen helpers) but Avana just launched this Spring.
I tested two of the styles: Beckridge and Ashbury.
The Beckridge large water bottle is large enough for a full day hiking, camping, or for sharing with a group. It is $40 for the 32 oz. bottle and there is also a 25 oz. bottle available.
Although Beckridge is large, it still fits into the cup holder in your car. It features the free sip spout The free sip design lets you swig or sip from the enclosed and integrated straw. All of these should be available now. A nice metal carry hook is recessed into the top.
Avana hydration bottles will keep liquids hot for 12 hours and cold liquids up to 24 hours.
Avana Gives Back:
Another appealing benefit to Avana water bottles that I think especially appeal to socially conscious younger men and women is that Avana currently funds clean water projects in four different countries: India, Ethiopia, Rwanda, and Kenya.
A portion of all Avana bottle proceeds will fund future giving projects. Each bottle comes with a card with a code on it. Check avana.com/give and find out where the money is going!
The Bottom Line:
Avana bottles will appeal to anyone who wants to show style as well as performance, with a focus on wellness and hydration. They cost more but they won’t disappoint you, and they show your good taste, literally.
Check out all the styles of Avana on their website