10 of the best water bottles

Feeling thirsty in the heatwave? Check out our edit of the best water bottles around! Drink up...

The weather's certainly been hotting up and we're in need of refreshment more than ever. Whether you're hitting an outdoor training session or you're braving the streets, keeping well-hydrated is key. Quench your thirst in style with one of our pick of the 10 best water bottles around. From fluoro to glitter, there's something for everyone.

Fabulous Fluoro

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Sigg Neon Bottle

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Make an impact with the Sigg Neon Bottle (£26.11 at Fruugo). Made from one sheet of aluminiu it is lightweight, durable and easy to clean.

The Health Queen

Eau Good water bottle from Black+Blum

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Get the most out of your water with the Eau Good water bottle from Black+Blum (£14.95). It uses traditional binchotan charcoal to reduce chlorine, mineralise and balance the pH of the water - meaning your water will taste great and be much better for you wherever you are!

The Cute One

Soldier Water Bottle by Alice Tate

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Stand to attention with the Soldier Water Bottle by Alice Tate at John Lewis (£12). The design is playful and grown up for a London lover of any age.

The Zinger

Root 7 Citrus Zinger Sport water bottle in turquoise

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Add a little flavour and alkaliser to your usual H2O with the Root 7 Citrus Zinger Sport (£16.99). It includes a citrus press attachment to add your favourite citrus flavour to your water as well as a removable base for stocking up on much needed ice.

The Insulator

S'well's 'The Stone' bottle in Amethyst

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Reusable and insulated, S'well's 'The Stone' bottle in Amethyst (£30 at Amara) is able to keep your drink cold for 24 hours and, if the weather suddendly changes (we know it can!), can keep it hot for 12! Ideal whatever the British Summer may bring.

The Minimalist

Eva Solo Drinking Bottle

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For those who like to keep things minimal and chic, the Eva Solo Drinking Bottle (£20, Houseology) is the ideal partner. Made with BPA-free plastic and comes with a strap to keep it locked round your wrist if you're in a rush for the tube.

The Sports Enthusiast

Nike's T1 Training Graphic Water Bottle

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The classic for the sporting fanatic, Nike's T1 Training Graphic Water Bottle (£5.99, Argos) is part of the Crosstown Running range and features grip grooves to make sure it stays with you as you totter across town.

The Camping Fanatic

Izola Paddle Water Bottle

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Another one to keep cold drinks cold and hot drinks hot, the Izola Paddle Water Bottle (£25, Selfridges) sports a playful motif that has a cool camping vibe about it. It's also lightweight so super easy to pack away in your rucksack.

The Diva

The Kate Spade Gold Glitter Water Bottle

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Calling all glamazons! We have the perfect thirst quencher for you. The Kate Spade Gold Glitter Water Bottle (£32.50) is here to dazzle and delight. With a twistable stay-clean cap and utterly glamorous design - what more could you need.

The Environmentalist

Klean Kanteen BPA-free Water Bottle in Blue

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Klean Kanteen were at the forefront of the BPA-free movement - moving away from dangerous plastics that can contaminate your water to high grade 18/8 food-grade stainless steel. We love this version in blue (£15.95). Not only is your water safer but so is the environment!

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Thea Babington-Stitt
Managing Editor

Thea Babington-Stitt is the Managing Editor for Ideal Home. Thea has been working across some of the UK’s leading interiors titles for around 10 years.

She started working on these magazines and websites after graduating from City University London with a Masters in Magazine Journalism. Before moving to Ideal Home, Thea was News and Features Editor at Homes & Gardens, LivingEtc and Country Homes & Interiors.