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Eco Vessel TriMax triple insulated bottles are here!

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The newest addition to our line up is Eco Vessel, based in Colorado. They produce an outstanding range of not just double wall insulation, not double wall and vacuum insulation but a three layer stainless steel then copper then vacuum insulation bottles branded as Trimax. The cutaway diagram below illustrates how this technology works:

The result is a bottle that keeps liquid cold for 36 hours or piping hot for up to 8 hours. The bottles are very well designed, with a screw-on, leak-proof cap that is attached to the bottle so you won't be hunting in drawers, cupboards or the forest floor looking for it.

The bottles come in three sizes - a Bigfoot 45 ouncer, an easily portable 25 ounce or a convenient 17 ounce version.  They are constructed from premium #304 stainless steel, so they are as durable as they are beautiful.  Each bottle comes with an opening wide enough to accommodate ice cubes, and includes a stainless steel mesh removable tea strainer/ice dam:

We love these new bottles and we're sure you will too!

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