Sheru Water Bottle
Sheru Insulated Water Bottle
Sold byTobias Illustrations. Dispatched by Illustrate.
Featuring Toby's hand drawn, 'Sheru' design that's been carefully silk screen printed onto a semi-matte grey water bottle. This insulated water bottle keeps your drinks ice cold for up to 24 hours and your warm drinks hot for up to 12! All of our insulated water bottles are made from stainless steel, and are topped with a laser etched bamboo lid. For every water bottle sold, 10% goes to Frank Water!
The interesting details:
- Capacity - 600ml
- Ice cold drinks - Our exceptional double-walled vacuum insulation keeps your drinks ice-cold for up to 24 hours
- Long lasting hot drinks - The insulation works both ways, make lukewarm drinks a thing of the past and enjoy your hot drinks, hot, for up to 12 hours
- Leak Proof - Our sustainably sourced bamboo lid doesn't just keep the temperature of your drink in the bottle, it keeps your bag safe from any leakages
- 100% BPA Free - No toxins or chemicals have been used in the making of this bottle so you can be rest assured that you'll only be drinking what you want!
We currently have three shipping tiers covering the UK and select European countries. If your country is not available for delivery and you wish to make an order over £150.00 please get in touch via this form for a custom shipping quote.
Domestic UK. Tracked 2-4 Days: £3.99 - £4.99 depending on weight. If you spend over £100 postage is FREE.
Europe Tier 1. Tracked 3-6 Days: £12.99. If you spend over £150 postage is FREE.
Countries Include: France, Ireland, Belgium, Germany, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Spain, Austria, Denmark & Slovakia.
Europe Tier 2. Tracked 4-8 Days: £15.99. If you spend over £200 postage is FREE.
Countries Include: Italy, Switzerland,& Czech Republic
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