Ecococoon - 350ml Leak and Spill Proof Drink Bottle

RRP: $35.95

Bronze
Non-toxic
Made from excellent non-toxic materials. 18/8 (304) food-grade stainless steel bottle, polypropylene cap, silicone valve.
Ethical
Ecococoon bottles are made in China, whereas the caps are partly made in the USA and in China. High quality and durability remain a priority in the production of their range.
Sustainable
Ecococoon has removed the use of single-use product bags when being sent from their factory. In their warehouse, packaging is reused or recycled. They have also removed some box packaging from products and opted for swing tags.
Responsible
Ecococoon has joined 1% for the Planet and supports many local schools and charities in their annual fundraisers.

What our experts say...

A great option for a drink bottle – it doesn’t leak or spill which is great. It is amazing the brand has removed the single use plastic bag, which I know can be difficult when you are having it manufactured by a big company. So well done.

– Amanda Callan

I love how sturdy and strong it feels in your hand, with the most beautiful hand-painted (or looks like) design. Can’t believe it is made from all non-toxic materials! It is great that the brand has joined 1% for the planet.

– Shara Osorio

The cutest print and done in scratch resistant paint! Such a winner if you’re tired of your child’s favourite pictured drink bottle scratching within weeks of use (I am!) The easy to open and close lid is also a winner – it’s impossible to screw on too tight, so little hands can always open it up. The one way valve is a great stepping stone between a straw and an open lid bottle.

– Emily Fletcher

I have two BIG reasons for loving this product: the first being that there is no straw or difficult-to-get-to areas for cleaning or mold to grow and the second being that it does not leak in the bag, even when you forget the lid! It is SO difficult to find a non-toxic, eco-friendly leak-proof bottle. Well done!

I love this brand’s efforts to remove single-use plastic from their packaging.

– Emma Freeman

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