KOR – Hydration vessels redefined

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How important is water? Very. It’s crucial to our bodies and most important that our little people drink plenty of it. It nourishes, refreshes and gives vitality, so of course carrying water for ourselves and our children when out and about is vital. Enter KOR ONE, fabulous water vessels that are adult and kid friendly and made with green living in mind.

KOR is one of those rare companies that I used to think were a myth. They define themselves as ‘advocates for water’ and their ‘S.E.T.’ values (sustainable, ethical and transparent) are not just words but action.

There are four different coloured KOR ONE water bottles, each representing a different charity. KOR donates an amount from each bottle sold to non-profit organisations dedicated to protecting the world’s water. The Ice Blue bottle’s cause is ocean protection, the sawgrass green bottle relates to watershed protection, the sunrise orange is for bottle recycling and finally the orchid pink bottle supports the global water crisis. What better way to pass the pertinent knowledge of how to care for our planet onto our children.

After doing my research I think KOR water bottles are beyond remarkable, not only in terms of the company’s complete devotion to our earth but also the incredible design of the bottle itself:. They’re sleek and BPA-free with a hinged cap and no irritating threads on the mouthpiece. I love the KOR ‘Stones’ which are little tokens that fit in the bottle cap and spout affirmations such as ‘Laugh Often’, ‘Never Settle’ and ‘Water never looked so good.’

To snap up these 750ml bottles for the whole family, head to the KOR website. They are US$29.95 each and shipping is available to Australia.

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