Black Stainless Steel Reusable Bottle
Black Stainless Steel Reusable Bottle
Black Stainless Steel Reusable Bottle
Black Stainless Steel Reusable Bottle

Black Stainless Steel Reusable Bottle

Sale price£26.00

500ml Black Panda reusable stainless steel bottle.


As a member of Surfers Against Sewage Ocean Network we support their goals to improve water quality, tackle plastic pollution, drive ocean recovery and confront the ocean and climate emergency.

7.7 billion single use plastic water bottles are used every year in the UK. The average Londoner uses 175 single use plastic bottles every year.

An average PET plastic water bottle has a carbon footprint equal to 0.081kg of CO2. Ohelo reusable bottles have a carbon footprint of 1.62kg CO2 – just 20 uses and it has a lower carbon footprint than single use PET.

Say Ohelo to reducing plastic waste, reducing your carbon footprint and protecting the planet with an Ohelo bottle.

500ml Black Panda reusable stainless steel bottle. 

This triple layer vacuum insulation keeps drinks hot for 12 hours, cold for 24 hours.

This chic bottle from Ohelo is completely lead free and dishwasher safe.

Designed in the UK for every adventure they are 100% leakproof, fit ice cubes and most cupholders. Includes soft but sturdy strap for hydration on the move, simply carry or strap to your bag.

360° laser etched design. BPA, BPS and BPF free. Ethically made and built to last. Stylish and sustainable. Refreshingly different. Bottle will last for years, but at end of life, is 100% recyclable. 

**Dishwasher safe 

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