Water Bottles With A Straw To Help You Stay Hydrated

Get to sippin’.

Woman sipping on straw in water bottle
Sipping through straws.Unsplash

Keeping a reusable water bottle handy is a must, especially when you’re on the go. Human bodies are 60 percent water, so staying on top of your hydration game is key to functioning well. Straw lid water bottles provide an easy way to get your water intake up without the hassle of screwing and unscrewing a lid every time you want a drink. You’re also never at risk of spilling a tumbler full of liquid if you accidentally leave the flip top open. Here’s what you need to know before buying one.

Giotto 32oz/22oz Leakproof BPA Free Drinking Water Bottle with Time Marker & Straw to Ensure You Drink Enough Water Throughout The Day for Fitness and Outdoor Enthusiasts
This flask has useful stamps on the side to help you track your H2O intake and stick to your hydration goals.Giotto

Setting a water drinking goal can help you stay hydrated, but keeping track of that intake can be tricky if you’re busy. A straw top water bottle makes fast work of drinking, and knowing the volume of the bottle itself is a helpful way to track the recommended 64 to 128 ounces of water per day.

Simple Modern 32 oz Summit Water Bottle with Straw Lid - Hydro Vacuum Insulated Tumbler Flask Double Wall Liter - 18/8 Stainless Steel -Seaside
Comes in a variety of bold colors and designs.Simple Modern

One major benefit to using a water bottle with a straw lid is that it reduces plastic waste. Single-use plastic water bottles and disposable straws are convenient when you need them, but reusable bottles and straws mean less waste and a lower environmental impact.

Thermoflask 50060 Double Stainless Steel Insulated Water Bottle, 40 oz, Black
Holds about 2 liters of liquid and keeps it cold.Thermoflask

Reusable water bottles typically come in plastic, glass or stainless steel. They all have their pros and cons but stainless steel has been gaining in popularity because it lasts longer than plastic or glass, and is typically less expensive than glass. Stainless steel, like glass, also does not leach any chemicals or other compounds into the liquid inside, even in intense heat or if it gets scratched.

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