Stainless steel filtered water bottle
A revolutionary new portable filtered water bottle is changing the way Australians rehydrate.
And it’s a favourite with health conscious supermodel Miranda Kerr, who is both using and endorsing the bottles.
Australian company AlkaWay, who have been busy for the past eleven years helping people live a naturally healthier life through a more alkaline diet, have just released the Fill2Pure, a stainless steel filtered water bottle.
The bottle’s filter removes up to 99.99% of all contaminants including chlorine, heavy metals, fluoride, bacteria such as e-coli and giardia and other industrial and agricultural waste but leaves beneficial trace minerals such as magnesium, calcium and potassium. And it comes with a free alkalising sachet which will alkalise and energise 100 litres of water.
The first of its kind in Australia, the Fill2Pure portable drink bottle utilises revolutionary technology and has undergone rigorous clinical testing with independent laboratories and the armed forces in remote locations including Afghanistan and Iraq.
“Good water is the foundation of good health” said Ian Blair Hamilton, Founder of AlkaWay and author of The Untold Truth About The Cause of Disease. “These bottles are perfect for travelling, sport and school so you can forget about buying bottled water ever again. You can take our bottle and fill up with tap water anywhere in the world. It’s that safe”.
The Fill2Pure revolution is set to reduce the millions of barrels of oil and the megalitres of water used in the production of plastic bottles every year. It takes three times the amount of water to produce one plastic bottle as it does to fill it.
The Fill2Pure bottle comes in stainless steel (800ml) in blue or silver and sells for $59.95. Filter life is 380 litres (approximately 500 bottles).
The BPA free plastic sports version (500ml) sells for $39.95. Filter life is 200 litres (400 bottles).
Replacement filters are $32.
Available at www.alkaway.com.au and select health stores.