4 Ways To Use Your Bottle Band

4 Ways To Use Your Bottle Band

Our drive to create Bottle Band began when we saw how expensive handheld water bottles were. We knew we could come up with a better solution. A simple tool has become our go-to accessory for every water bottle. Don't leave on your next adventure without it! 

Here are our top 4 favorite ways to use our Bottle Band:

#1 Make it a handheld water bottle for any Run or Walk

Out for a short run or walk? Don’t want to carry a pack or get your back all sweaty. Or perhaps you saw that expensive handheld water bottles for runners and didn’t want to fork over all that cash. This is what the Bottle Band was designed for. Instead of breaking the bank for a fancy handheld water bottle, use a bottle you already have and like. Keep it small & simple and stay hydrated during your run.



#2 Broken or non-existent handle on your bottle? No problem.

Consider your adventure sports hiking, bike-packing, Stand Up Paddle boarding, kayaking, or rafting during those hot summer days. Keeping water accessible can be a challenge when the plastic handle has snapped, or there’s simply no way to secure to your vessel or pack. Adding a Bottle Band makes it so you can clip that bottle anywhere.



#3 Children & identifying water

Who’s is who’s? Consider the parent trying to keep track of multiple children, and all their stuff! With a variety of colors & phrases to choose from, each person can have a unique way of identifying their bottle from the others that look similar. The bands also make it easy for someone to pick up and carry multiple bottles in a single hand, freeing the other to push a stroller, hold a hand, etc.



#4 Loved by Physical Therapists!

The simplicity of the Bottle Band is what enhances its versatility. With soft, elastic silicone, these bands were designed to stretch, be durable, yet feel comfortable on the hands. Persons needing extra support for gripping bottles, cups, etc (or even an iPad mini!) can use these bands to add help aid in their use of everyday objects.

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