Klean Kanteen's sustainably produced, reusable drink bottles provide more environmentally-friendly alternatives to plastic bottles or plastic-lined aluminium bottles.
All Klean Kanteen products are made from high quality, 18/8 food-grade stainless steel, which is the material of choice in the brewing, food and wine making industries because it doesn’t retain or impart flavours. This means no matter how many times you refill it and no matter what you put into it, your Klean Kanteen will keep its contents fresh, crisp and clean tasting. Klean Kanteen products are designed to last a lifetime, and come in a variety of sizes and a wide range of bright colours.
The Klean Kanteen range also includes bottles that are double-walled and vacuum insulated to keep your drink cold for up to 90 hours or hot for up to 24 hours.
As well as reducing plastic bottle waste, Klean Kanteen also helps to reduce coffee cup waste with several options (Wide Insulated Bottles and Insulated Tumblers) that are perfect for hot drinks.
Food canisters are also part of the Klean Kanteen range, helping to replace a lifetime of throw-away plastic containers and bags. The insulated range is particularly great for keeping food cold and fresh or piping hot.
Klean Kanteen also caters for kids, with a Kid's Kanteen bottle that along with the rest of the range, is made with BPA-free materials. A range of caps to fit the Kid Kanteen make it suitable for a variety of uses and ages.
Klean Kanteen's aim when they introduced the first stainless steel, BPA-free, reusable bottle back in 2004 was to provide a non-toxic solution to single-use plastic water bottles, and they have continued to work towards creating the highest quality reusable products on the planet.
Not only are Klean Kanteen bottles an environmentally-friendly alternative, they can also save you money. With the most expensive brand of bottled water found at a supermarket 5,000 times more expensive per litre than Auckland tap water, the cost of a durable Klean Kanteen that will last a lifetime suddenly seems very minimal.