Customized SIGG water bottles

Customized SIGG water bottles

You’ve seen the headlines. You’ve read the studies. You know all about plastic bottles and leaching and PBAs. And you don’t need Cindy Crawford and Madonna to tell you that your kids are better off sipping their beverages from non-toxic, eco-friendly containers like those made by SIGG. If this is the first you’re hearing of the Swiss water bottle maker’s stylish designs, you could be in luck. SIGG has just partnered with Café Press to help you make your drink even cooler. Now your kids can have personalized bottles that feature the messages and designs of their choice – anything from a picture of The Jonas Brothers to a shot of them at their last birthday blowout. Just think, a bottle with your kid’s picture on it…what better way to keep it out of the Lost and Found?

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