Drink more water. Your skin, hair, body, and mind will thank you. And with quality SIGG water bottles now fully customizable, even your sense of style will thank you. Dang, hydration never looked so good!
The aluminum SIGG Traveller (1.0-liter) screw top bottle minimizes taste-retention and residue buildup thanks to an aluminum lining that ensures a clean, crisp sip every time. Its sturdy extruded aluminum design means it'll be around to carry your beverages for years to come. Why toss out yet another plastic bottle, or let plastic chemicals leach into your water, when you could use a stylish, timeless SIGG bottle instead?
Bottle size: 1.0L (10" tall x 3.25" diameter).
100% BPA free (exceeds FDA requirements for nontoxic and non-leaching products).
Reusable aluminum water boated is coated with metallic non-toxic paint and comes with the standard SIGG Black Screw Top.
No Weird Taste: Non-toxic baked-on inner-lining does not impart odors or tastes.
Light-weight but Strong: Weighs no more than a plastic water bottle.
Leak-proof: Seamless construction made from a single piece of pure aluminum.
Cool Designs: SIGG bottles are as good to look at as they are to drink from. Baked on powder coat finish lasts for years. Quality designs are printed using the latest UV technology, and will not fade after washing.
Recyclable: SIGG bottles are pure aluminum and recyclable when they finally require replacement.
Hand wash only. Not recommended for dishwasher.
Made in Switzerland.
Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note that this product’s customizable design area measures 9.94" x 5.88".
In Kansas City, Missouri, six lane Main Street stretches out from the bottom right corner of the black and white photograph towards the misty skyscraper horizon in the distance. Tall black street lights line both sides of the wet multi-lane thoroughfare; one street light rises prominently from the middle of the bottom dividing the lower half of the frame. When I spied the dark sedan (below and left of center) driving perpendicular to the lanes of traffic, I quickly adjusted my camera to capture the illegal moment. In retrospect, the driver was pulling out of a parking lot, but at the time, the illogical scene was quite exciting.
Downtown Kansas City is both a cityscape and a moment of intrigue.