Resembling the shape of a piece of paper, the memobottle is designed to fit where other bottles don’t. After the major success of winning an Australian International Design Award, the creators of memobottle are back with two new bottles and a line of accessories. The Memobottle H2.0 Kickstarter project (which has already raised over $100,000) will be shipped to loyal Kickstarter backers December this year. Let’s have a look at the two new bottles and accessories below.

Memobottle H2.0

Slim

Standing at 26cm, the Slim is tall, elegant and will slide into your favourite carry bag – alongside your computer, books, and valuables. Holding 450mL, the Slim is capped with stainless steel lid and is hot/cold water, freezer and dishwasher friendly. Like all bottles produced by memobottle, the Slim is BPA/BPS free and leak proof.

Memobottle H2.0

Memobottle H2.0

A7

The new A7 size makes this bottle the most compact that the company has produced so far. The A7 is made to fit in far smaller spaces, such as in your clutch or back pocket. The bottle holds 180mL and like the Slim, it will also come with a stainless steel lid.

Memobottle H2.0

Memobottle H2.0

Accessories

Along with their new bottles, memobottle have introduced some new accessories. The company has partnered up with premium Australian leather label Kinnon to produce a range of leather sleeves, which adds personality to the memobottles and allows them to be preserved for longer. Copper Desk stands, which emulate somewhat of a memobottle podium for your desk, are also available on the Kickstarter page.

Memobottle H2.0

Memobottle H2.0

Stylish leather lanyards and metallic bottle lids are also available as rewards on Kickstarter.

The Final Word

The memobottle team has set their  Memobottle H2.0 Kickstarter campaign to close in September and their new products will begin shipping in December. Make sure you check out their page and order before the closing of the campaign to guarantee your delivery.

Check out our memobottle collection over at Rushfaster.

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