Glass Water Bottles
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  • Schott Zwiesel® Bar Collection Soft-Drink Tumbler, 18.2 oz.
    surlatable.com
    World-renowned bartender and author of the definitive American Bar, Charles Schumann and German glassmaker Schott Zwiesel bring you the ultimate collection for the bar. Each piece is brilliantly clear lead-free Tritan® Crystal, break-resistant and dishwasher safe. The design follows the ambition that each glass underlines the specific character of its respective drinks. The proven internationally-patented Tritan technology caters to functional handling and optimal presentation of the glasses. The technology ensures that each glass will still sparkle as it did on the first day after years of use. The 18.2-oz. soft-drink tumbler #2 has thin sides and a slim base, great for sipping soda, fresh juice and non-alcoholic cocktails. Made in Germany.
  • KEEPCUP Diablo reusable coffee cup large 454ml
    selfridges.com
    The ultimate cup for coffee lovers, the Keep Cup is the reusable mug you can keep rather than sending more rubbish to landfill. It's made from BPA-free plastic and features a spill-proof closure, making it the ideal coffee travel mug. Barista and espresso machine-friendly, the Keep Cup is a great choice for sustainable coffee consumption. This is a large cup, the internal volume is almost half a litre of liquid and replicates disposable cup volumes. Keep Cup reusable coffee cup. BPA-free plastic. Spill-proof closure. Fits under the heads of most espresso machines. Volume 454ml.
  • Nike Big Mth Water Bottle
    nelly.com
    Water bottle from NIKE. Push and pull cap. 650 ml. Made of plastic.
  • Ceramic Greek Coffee Cup
    uncommongoods.com
    The classic New York coffee cup is immortalized in infinitely reusable ceramic with this distinctive creation. Once a staple of every corner deli, the easily recognized blue and white Greek motif is quickly disappearing from city streets. The durable design proves to be much longer lasting than the old-fashioned paper version, while still maintaining a distinctly city feel. This witty remake of an unforgettable original is a must-have for every city-living coffee drinker. Made in Thailand. The original paper cup, the Anthora, was designed by Leslie Buck in the late 1960s. It shot to popularity in daily use and in pop culture and has become one of the symbols associated with New York City. Mr. Buck passed away on April 26, 2010. He was 87 years old. You can read his life story in the New York Times. Made from: ceramic. Measurements: 3.75" H, 10 oz.

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