Stainless Steel Water Bottles + 25% off!

Coupon code here: Environmentally friendly water bottles that are stainless steel, BPA-free, toxic free and cheap are these ones by Tazzini. When the owners of Tazzini were looking for reusable bottles they wanted just some basic things: a safe, non-toxic, easy to clean, easy to carry bottle that wouldn’t leak or that wouldn’t change the taste of the water. It seemed like an impossible task to find them, so they decided to make their own! Their bottles are made out of food grade stainless steel, the cap is made from #5 polypropylene which does not leak toxic ingredients into your water and both materials are recyclable. It has a light weight: only 4 oz when empty! You can take your bottle with you to school, to the gym, for a run, a hike, to work, at a conference, on a trip, or just leave it in your purse, bag or car. If you’re still using plastic water bottles, please start thinking about what’s costing you in money, in your health and in the health of the planet. We’re all paying dearly for it, making a shift will benefit us and our environment in so many levels. It also makes for a great gift for your friends who haven’t made the switch to reusable bottles yet! Highlights: – Won’t leak – Save money – Easy to carry – Easy to clean – 100% recyclable – Very light – just 4 oz. when empty – Comfort-spout that does not touch your liquid until you drink from it – Made from premium 304 18/8 food & beverage grade stainless steel – Independently lab-tested to

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  1. #1 by rwcbanzai at September 14th, 2010

    Sounds great, let me know when they’re made in America!

  2. #2 by blueBlackpurple at September 14th, 2010

    @rwcbanzai I doubt they will ever be made in America (U.S.A) because it seems these days nothing is made in the U.S.A anymore. I am always concerned about anything that is made in China because of the past reports about lead being in some of the items made in China (children’s toys, etc.).

  3. #3 by rwcbanzai at September 14th, 2010

    @blueBlackpurple Yes Me2, We’ve been brainWashed by RayGunomics SupplySide Economics 4 too long & it doesn’t work 4 consumers after that WallStreet Crash now in slowMotion. The customer is always right! So it’s time 4 DemandSide economics thru our purchasing power & voting booth! Social Construction is the world we choose to create not the world they want to Own & mediaManipulate to look down on US in greed! I’m sure this is a great product that can be madeInUSA if we only demand it! ; )

  4. #4 by damiangt at September 14th, 2010

    your smile is great! 🙂

  5. #5 by blueBlackpurple at September 14th, 2010

    @rwcbanzai I go out of my way to buy things that are made in the United States.
    (toothbrushes, cookware, cars, appliances, etc.). It is difficult to find American made brands, but I think it is worth it to seek them out.

    Of course I demand good quality too, but I do give a high priority to American made products. We have to be careful because some things are made in other countries and assembled in the U.S.A. I look for things that are totally made in the U.S.A

  6. #6 by svtcontour at September 14th, 2010

    Its good I guess. I prefer glass bottles over stainless. Stainless especially made in china I find rust easy. There are plenty of glass bottles that one can re-use.

  7. #7 by pronature2008 at September 14th, 2010

    A filling system for mineral water would be an idea. You could save yourself the many transportation and recycling of glass or plastic…. and such kind of bottles use. 🙂
    Better today – than in thirty years !

  8. #8 by Santi2c at September 14th, 2010

    what’s wrong with nalgene?

  9. #9 by rwcbanzai at September 15th, 2010

    @blueBlackpurple Me2.. ; ) Some things willNever be madeHere, cause they keep jobs overThere to employFolks2. Now, Canada&Mexico are goodExceptions for me. Take for example, My Ford, it’s parts are made in bothNations but sold as madeInAmerica. I pondered this 4 a long time & decided that they are Americans too. We live in North AMERICA & our neighbors need jobs too as much as US citizens. Thx 4 urKind confirmation & pondering about US & this fine product & our Freedom2Choose.

  10. #10 by geogreg27 at September 15th, 2010

    You can get those at Starbucks.
    Great vid

  11. #11 by MrBWtv at September 17th, 2010

    u r sooooooooooo s e x y…

  12. #12 by onthemoveagain at September 18th, 2010

    This product falls into the first and second ‘R’s of the three ‘R’s which is ‘Reduce’ then comes ‘Reuse’ then ‘Recycle’ (which would be for the plastic water bottles you buy at the grocery store).It’s always preferrable to stay within the first two ‘R’s if at all possible!

  13. #13 by Skorbi09 at September 18th, 2010

    An interesting product determines what is to see in the video is.
    A beautiful woman in the video!

  14. #14 by nametroubles at September 19th, 2010

    It seems highly unlikely to me that you will continue using a stainless steel bottle long enough to offset the energy which it took to manufacture when compared to other materials, such as BPA-free polycarbonate.

    It’s important to keep in mind that materials do cost energy to manufacture. You would have to reuse a drinking glass over 100 times before you would make up the energy of just one styrofoam cup. I’m not advocating styrofoam, only illustrating that there is always a tradeoff.

  15. #15 by nametroubles at September 19th, 2010

    @onthemoveagain It’s better to thing of them as in order. Reduce then Reuse, Tehn Recycle. If you don’t consume energy in the first place, then no energy could have been wasted. Reusing what energy you can in it’s present form still wastes some degree of energy in initial manufacture, however 100% of the energy expended is recovered in future uses. Recycling uses just as much energy as product manufacture, but significantly less energy than initial material production.

  16. #16 by onthemoveagain at September 19th, 2010

    Yes that’s what I said in my comment-Reduce first.

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