Many researchers say that plastic throw-away water bottles are bad for the environment, that reusable bottles are best. Water Gallery has bottles that are not only reusable, they are beautiful, decorative and unique.
I was given the opportunity to test out these stunning bottles and give my opinion. Water Gallery sent me two bottles decorated by Guy Harvey and two bottles designed by Drew Brophy. I was unsure at first the thought behind these bottles because I originally thought they were just decorative.
But after reading up on Water Gallery and the thought process behind them, I realized that they are much more. For starters, check out the bottle design. They have a thick glass structure, air -tight clamping lids and a quality that surpasses all other reusable water bottles.
Secondly, by reusing these bottles, you are saving the environment, one drink at a time. Because there is no waste, you are not leaving your carbon footprint as distinctive as it could be. Waste is a huge issue and by using Water Gallery’s Water Bottles, you are diminishing waste and helping the environment.
Let’s address the uniqueness of Water Gallery’s Bottles. Where else can you get beauty on your water bottles like Water Gallery? Guy Harvey designs sea and aquatic designs like no other. They are masterfully inserted as not only the design inside the bottle but as a conversation piece. They are vivid, spectacular and make everyone want to stare at them.
Drew Brophy’s designs are also vivid, lovely and remarkable. I was sent a beautiful bottle that showcased pinks, reds, and blues in the Metatron’s star-shaped design. This bottle will catch the eye of all your friends and they will definitely want to have it for themselves. I was also sent the Sunrise Glass Bottle. This one makes you think of the sunshine and being on the beach.
Check out Water Gallery for yourself. Imagine the impact you can make with your family and friends when they see your bottles. They will think twice about using plastic throw-away bottles. Why use plastic when you can use Water Gallery?