Unlike other filtered water bottles, Hydros Bottle products are American-made, premium in design and durability and come equipped with its innovative Fast Flow Filter™ technology.
Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) June 21, 2010
Consumers everywhere will be heading to the beaches, theme parks and concerts this summer. There is one summer essential that should not be left behind – the Hydros Bottle. This compact, reusable, personal water bottle with a built-in fast flowing filter turns questionable water -- from public water fountains, garden hoses and bathroom taps -- into crisp, refreshing filtered water. By using a Hydros Bottle, consumers can help significantly reduce the more than 38 billion water bottles that are discarded into landfills each year and at a fraction of the cost of bottled water.
Unlike other reusable filtered water bottles, Hydros Bottle products are American-made, premium in design and durability and come equipped with its innovative Fast Flow Filter™ technology. All Hydros Bottles feature IonArmour®, a natural odor killing antimicrobial enhancement. And, one Hydros Filter is equivalent to 200 disposable water bottles—that’s 200 plastic bottles that won’t go to landfill.
In addition to offering consumers a sustainable product, Hydros Bottle is also committed to promoting sustainable solutions for the global water crisis. Through the Operation Hydros program, a portion of each sale goes toward supporting rural water infrastructure projects, helping the nearly 1 billion people who do not have access to clean water worldwide.
The Hydros Bottle is $29.99 and is available now at http://www.hydrosbottle.com.
The Hydros Fast Flow Filter lasts for 150 refills or three months. Replacement filters cost $7.99.
About Hydros Bottle
Hydros Bottle provides a reusable, filtered water bottle for today’s sustainable consumer. Founded in 2009, Hydros Bottle is taking aim at the 38 billion water bottles that are discarded into landfills every year. In addition, through its Operation Hydros initiative, the company promotes sustainable solutions to the global water crisis, helping the nearly 1 billion people who do not have access to clean water worldwide.