Insulated Sports Water Bottles

Cheeki sports water bottles are made with premium food grade 18/8 (304) stainless steel which makes it fully resistant to oxidation and corrosion. Our reusable sports bottles are BPA-free, eco-friendly and environmentally safe. Cheeki active bottles are easy to hold, Car cup holder friendly and will keep your water cold for upto 24hours and Hot for upto 12hours.


 Eco-Friendly – Cheeki, Australia’s leading brand of reusable products, was established with the aim of supplying a healthy, fun and environmentally responsible range for today’s world. Refill and reuse your Cheeki water bottle and you will never need to use a plastic bottle again.


Cheeki’s insulated bottle is your best choice for a funky and cool large sports drink bottle. Use for all your athletic and fitness needs: in the gym, for running, cycling, hiking, camping, hockey or soccer. Designed to suit the lifestyle of kids, men and women alike, these top-rated water bottles can fit most school backpacks, outdoor bags and big handbags. You can always refill and reuse your Cheeki water canteen for a lifetime of safe usage.

 

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Great Product

Its pretty as well as very functional. Easy to clean as well. Will be back for more for the rest of the family.

Fantastic Insulated Active Bottle

Love the design - change flow of water, mini handle so you don’t have to carry it by the drinker/top of bottle, sleek design and very functional.

Love my new bottle

Bought an 1 Litre Magneta Adventure Bottle. Love it, keeps my water cold and can add ice blocks for extra cooling.

Fabulous product as always

We have used these coffee cups for many years. They get better all the time, now with a rubber, non slip base.

PROFIT ON ITEM AND POSTAGE!

A high quality, well-made - albeit expensive -product.

Ideally, product would be even better if it had a small, screw-on cup to complement use for hot liquids.

I imagine you're making a good profit on the item so why do you need to make a profit on postage cost, especially when it is being delivered to a Post Office Box!