Best Water Bottles for Kids
It’s August, which means kids are heading back to school carrying new backpacks stuffed with school supplies, lunch boxes and water bottles. When it comes to kids water bottles, not all bottles are created equally. Parents need to be sure the bottles are safe for use by children.
Eco Promotional Products offers a wide range of eco-friendly promotional products including kid-friendly water bottles that are BPA Free, Prop 65 and CPSIA Compliant. CPSIA compliancy is an important attribute to consider with children’s products. But what does it mean exactly? Our eco-friendly promotional items that are CPSIA Compliant are safe for use for children under age 12 and have been tested and proven to not have harmful levels of lead and phthalates.
When choosing kids water bottles, keep in mind the size of the bottles. Backpacks can get very heavy. For younger kids, a smaller sized bottle is idea. An ideal size for elementary school children is between 10-20 ounces. Middle and high school students may prefer larger bottles, especially if they are participating in school athletics.
A best seller is our eco-friendly 17 oz Insulated Stainless Steel Water Bottle. These personalized water bottles for kids are BPA Free and CPSIA Compliant. The reusable stainless steel water bottles come in 10 colors, including five vibrant neon colors.
At Eco Promotional Products, all of our drinkware is BPA free. A terrific BPA free plastic water bottles for kids is our popular 18 oz USA Made Recycled Flip Lid Transparent Water Bottle. These reusable water bottles are molded with reusable, recyclable, post-consumer, and recycled PETE and are also recyclable, CPSIA /FDA Compliant and dishwasher safe!
For those who have eliminated all plastic from their households, this BPA free, CPSIA Compliant 18 oz single wall glass bottle has a protective silicone sleeve and threaded two-tone lid with handle. It is made of highly durable borosilicate glass and comes in a variety of fun colors kids will love.
Ditch the disposable juice boxes this school year and encourage kids to drink from their reusable water bottle all day long.