Top 5 Best Kids Water Bottle | 2017 Reviews
Whether it is inside school or outside, it is important to keep kids hydrated at all times. The world is changing by the minute ( literally in my case after setting up this blog 🙂 ) – and also getting hotter – so parents need to make sure that their kids have access to water even if they do not go through tough, physical activities.
To make sure that kids indeed get their required water intake every day, what about packing a personalized water bottle for kids in their bags? Ensuring that they have access to toddler water bottles will help make sure that they are always able to quench their thirst and even fight off fatigue.
Now, with so many of these kids’ water bottles available in the market today, how do you choose the best one that’s right for your little ones? Parents usually choose their water bottle products using a number of considerations and these could include most, if not all, of the following: ease of use, tendency to leak, eco-friendliness, ability to keep contents cool (or hot), ease of assembly and clean up, material used, weight, design, and many more!
Ultimately, it depends upon you, the parent, as well as the user, to choose which one they believe would be the best water bottle for kids. It might take a while before the kids learn how to use it or before they learn to look for it and use it whenever they go thirsty or hot. We have also rounded up in this list what we think are the best kids’ water bottle available today, to make shopping a lot easier for all the moms and dads out there. Choose wisely!
Quick Comparison Table
CamelBak eddy Kids Water Bottle
Contigo Autoseal Trekker Kids Water Bottle
Nalgene Tritan Grip-N-Gulp Water Bottle
Thermos Foogo Vacuum Insulated Straw Bottle
Klean Kanteen Kid Stainless Steel Bottle
2.88 x 4 x 7.5"
6.8 x 3.1 x 8.2"
2.75 x 2.75 x 7.25"
5.3 x 5.3 x 7.5"
6.8 x 3.1 x 8.2"
Finding a truly perfect kids’ water bottle is next to impossible. You will most likely run into some issues: not using eco-friendly materials, using plastic, not being insulated, not having a lid and so many others. It may bother you that the mouthpiece has to be touched for some bottles before they can actually use it. You may also not like it that the plastic, even though it is BPA-free, sits in the liquid and could possibly contaminate the contents. Ultimately, it still depends upon you and your child to make the final choice. Hopefully this list has helped you narrow down your choices.