Until a person stumbles upon the Memobottle, he or she will probably believe that the cylindrical water bottles stocked on store shelves are the best option for everyday use. That is not the case at all. The Memobottle is inspired by different sizes of paper to take on a slim and flat design that easily slips into bags with books and laptops.
Designed by Jesse Leeworthy from Melbourne, Australia and Jonathan Byrt from San Diego, California, the Memobottle is made out of a plastic material that is BPA free, dishwasher-friendly, and reusable. Utterly original, the Memobottle is available in three sizes: letter, A4 and A5. The Memobottle strives to reduce the consumption of single-use bottles in as chic and practical a way as possible. The Memobottle is seeking funds on Kickstarter.
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