Studio Oh! 25 oz. Insulated Stainless Steel Water Bottle, Fancy Flower Dog

$56.99

Description

Color Fancy Flower Dog
Brand Studio Oh!
Capacity 1.6 Pounds
Material Stainless Steel
Item Weight 0.89 Pounds

About this item

  • Stylish insulated stainless steel water bottle measures 12″ Tall and holds 25 ounces/7500 ml
  • Double-walled construction and a special vacuum seal keep liquids cold for up to 24 hours and hot for up to 12 hours
  • Sleekly designed bottle has an amazingly smooth, tactilely pleasing finish, lively artwork and a cushioned rubber foot
  • Water bottle opening is large enough for ice cubes and small enough for drip-free drinking

From the manufacturer

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Fresh, Lively Artwork

Having trouble deciding which artwork to choose? From llamas and florals to cats and dogs, Studio Oh! water bottles showcase fabulous designs in a variety of themes. Perhaps you need more than one.

Just Add Ice

It’s true! The opening of a Studio Oh! water bottle is large enough for most sizes of ice cubes. And, thanks to the unique vacuum seal, that beverage will stay icy-cold for up to 24 hours with no exterior condensation.

Cushioned Rubber Base

The base of a Studio Oh! water bottle is fully cushioned for maximum grip and stability on any surface. The special cushioning material also creates a soft landing so there’s no annoying metallic “ping” when you set it down.

Fits in Newer Cup Holders

What’s the point of having a water bottle if you can’t take it with you? With an approximate diameter of 3.07” in diameter, the large 25 oz. water bottle will fit in a good number of cup holders; be sure to measure first!