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Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Warm Tradition Water Bottle Review

I have more ways for you to save electricity, gas and reduce your carbon footprint. Did you know by using a water bottle - hot or cold - hot in the winter and cold in the summer, you can save on electricity from air conditioning and heat? Fill the water bottle with water and freeze, keeping you cool for hours all summer long or fill it with hot water to keep you toasty warm.

Warm Tradition offers a variety of reusable, recyclable thermoplastic water bottle styles for everyone in your family, allowing them to do their part is reducing their carbon emissions and supporting sustainability.
I received their turtleneck knit hot watter bottle. I love how easy it is to use. Just fill it up with cold or hot water, close the top, and use it for aches, pains or to warm or cool you off.

I remember when I was younger, and my mom would always get me the hot water bottle for my "growing pains." It was the only natural thing that ever helped. The only problem was that I didn't have a cool knit cover like this one, so sometimes the rubber would be too hot to put directly on my legs.

I love the knit cover, and I love that this water bottle doesn't have any smell. I remember the one I had when I was a young girl did have quite a smell, and I hope it wasn't from chemicals!
Here are a few more ways to save energy with these hot water bottles:
  • When the night is over and the water in your water bottle has grown lukewarm, utilize the water to feed a houseplant.
  • Put your hot shower or bath water into your water bottle to save.
Check out all the unique water bottles that Warm Tradition offers, from fun kids designs to soft fleece to travel water bottles, they have a ton of great products!

Warm Tradition is offering all my readers 15% off with the code EARTH, so head on over, order some for your family and save. If your order is over $75, you also get free shipping!!

*Warm Tradition provided me product to review, and I was under no obligation to review if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review in return for the free product.*


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