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Best of Pregnancy Winner for Top Water Bottle

This water bottle makes it easier to hit those 64 to 96 ounces.
ByThe Bump Editors
Published
March 29, 2021
Takeya brand re-usable water bottle
Image: Courtesy Takeya
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And the Winner Is: Takeya Actives Insulated Water Bottle

Staying hydrated during pregnancy is essential. Your body needs the fluids to make amniotic fluid, carry nutrients and flush out toxins. Drinking lots of water during pregnancy has plenty of benefits too—like easing constipation and decreasing risk of cramping and preterm labor. A trusty water bottle can make staying hydrated easier—fill it up and tote it wherever you go. This one offers double walled insulation, keeping your water ice cold for up to 24 hours. It doesn’t sweat or leak, and it’s incredibly easy to clean thanks to a wide mouth and spout lid.

What We Love

• The bottle has a double walled vacuum insulation, keeping drinks cold for up to 24 hours. It’s sweat free too—no condensation to contend with. Made from stainless steel, the bottle is rust resistant and toxin free (no BPA here!).

• It comes in dozens of colors and various sizes too. We found the 22 ounce bottle was not too small or too cumbersome to tote around and easily fit in our car cup holder.

• A wide mouth makes it easy to clean, or add ice or infusions to the bottle. The spout lid lets you hydrate one handed and locks in place preventing leakage. A rubber ‘coaster’ protects surfaces.

Buy it: $25, Amazon.com

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