Drinking water can sometimes feel like a chore. A thought that is arguably part of the reason as to why most of us have amassed quite the collection of tumblers—if you've spent that much on something, you best use it, of course. Just buying something pretty and, ideally, honest-to-goodness efficient does make it easier to get things done, getting your aqua quota in included. So if you're looking to add another to your collection, take a look at the minimalist contenders from Fibo Bottles.
Cop minimalist tumblers from Fibo Bottles
This startup brand has a straightforward line of drinkware. They've got two main types: the bottle with a classic twist cap (in standard 22 oz and wide-mouth 32 oz sizes) and a desk mug with stainless steel straw. Best part is that their no-frills designs come in the sweetest pastel hues and, if you're not in it for the color, they've got neutrals in black, white, and gray, too.
These bottles have more than just looks, too. They can keep your dranks cold for up to 24 hours or hot for up to 12 hours. Plus, they're made from premium 18/8 food-grade stainless steel, are leakproof, chip resistant, sweat proof, and BPA free. In case you're looking to gift them, they already come in present-worthy packaging.
We've got our eyes on the sweetest bottle that comes in the Mint Green shade, which is just one of several #aesthetic shades we spotted. You can fill it up to the brim with aqua, take it around with you throughout the day, and be sure to get your daily water intake met. There's no way you'll forget with this nifty and pretty bottle.
For the coffee fiends, you can up your daily cuppa joe with the desk tumbler. This 20oz cup can carry around 610 ml of liquid, which is somewhere between a grande or a venti from your fave Starbucks branch. You can expect your caffeine fix to keep cold for up to 12 hours or hot up to six hours; no need to down it all in one go. True to its name, you could keep it on your desk for long periods of time.
Take a look at Fibo Bottles' minimalist tumblers
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