I found myself in a bit of a tussle with my daughter. She was looking around at school and saw juice boxes with characters on them. She wanted those fun characters, but not the juice (she has not really ever been a juice fan, thank goodness!). I send her with cold water everyday. Then SIGG came to the rescue.
SIGGSwitzerland AG is a renowned company founded in Switzerland over 100 years ago. SIGG specializes in reusable aluminum water bottles.
All SIGG bottles are 100% recyclable and contribute significantly to reducing the global carbon footprint. SIGG bottles are the the winner in consumer tests and sets the competitive pace – just as one would expect of a true original.
Each SIGG bottle can fit all of three tops they sell for them. All of them leak-proof, even with carbonated drinks.
The three-stage technology: just one turn, pull twice, put it to your mouth – ready to drink. Leak-proof in two positions. Perfect for sport activities.
Unscrew the top, remove it and drink. Leak-proof even in the most extreme situations thanks to an integrated seal. For outdoor enthusiasts.
The screw top with a dirt-proof cap is absolutely leak-proof. One turn and it's ready to use. Ideal for both adults and children.
The bottles are made from a single piece of pure aluminium, no seams
And the internal coating guarantees to be taste-neutral and resistant to fruit acids and isotonic drinks according to an independent testing institute (Nehring, Germany)
Fulfills FDA requirements (Food & Drug Administration USA).
SIGG bottles come in so many different designs with a whole selection just for kids! You can choose from a 10, 13 or 20oz. bottle depending on your child's needs. My daughter loves all the funky designs and characters. She told me the other day that she now has "cool water." She specifically asks for "Hello Kitty Water" or "Fairy Princess Water." It is a win for all of us. I know I am doing something good for the environment and for her (no icky plastics and chemicals), and she gets enjoy the characters and sweetness of being a SIGG kid.