Who’s colder?

You are looking for a bottle to keep your water’s coolness from escaping, but you’re not sure which product from the market will meet your needs.

If you’re one of those who prefer your drink cold, I might have found the best bottle for you.

The Coldest Water bottle is engineered with insulated stainless steel that makes it super durable and reusable. Doesn’t dent easily. You don’t need to be concerned about breakage. It has a wide variety of colors and sizes that you can choose from depending on your need and lifestyle. They also have rubber grips and big handles so you can carry them with ease.

Stainless Steel Water Bottles are Eco-Friendly

Do you love water activities? You need not worry! You won’t lose them because these bottles can float. Yes, you read it right. They can float in the ocean or even in pools. Isn’t that fantastic?

And you know what the best part is? It’s that both of them can keep your water cold for at least 36 hours. That’s true!

You don’t believe me? Here is a quick video comparison of The Coldest Water bottle vs another famous insulated water bottle brand. Both bottles are filled with ice and water to start the comparison and it was performed fairly as possible.


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♬ original sound – The Coldest Water

After the 24-hour test comparison we found out that both bottles have still cold water in it. The Coldest was 33degrees and the Hydro bottle was 44degrees, finding out that after 24 hours, one of them is 11degrees colder. Who do you think it was?

How did it happened?

How does the coldest water bottle work? A coldest water bottle contains with a special powder coating that keeps it cold for 36 hours due to it is made by double walls stainless steel with an vacuum insulation plus copper shield technology. It is able to keep cold water colder than the freezing point of the bottle.

The latest forms of engineering allow the water to stay at a colder temperature its intended. Isolated systems always behave in a way they try to attain a thermal equilibrium.

Try it to believe it!

This video are for informational and entertainment purposes only and does not constitute certified or licensed experiments. feel free to perform your own experiments and make your own opinions.

July 02, 2022 — Shopify API