Unique Dual walls with vacuum-seal cap keeps liquid hot or cold
for up to 24 hours!
High-quality food grade 18/304 stainless steel
Eco-friendly alternative to plastic bottles
Stylish custom design & craftsmanship
Durable, lightweight, reusable and 100% recyclable
In fact you can used the Good Life bottles to drink
anything, water, lemonade, coffee, you name it.
GoodLIFE bottles are contemporary drink ware is handcrafted with
quality, precision and care. It is absolutely yuppie. No stones were left unturned in
producing these appealing and beautiful water bottles. They are made
by utilizing only the highest grade 18/304
stainless steel and 100% BPA free plastic. Environmentalist can
simply get a GoodLIFE bottle and use it with a water
filter and fulfill all their penance requirements.
GoodLife uses 100% non-toxic, lead-free paint (mostly comprised of
water) to ensure a family safe product. We believe there is no
option but to use the finest materials when it comes to family
Our bottles unique patented duel wall design, combined with its
proprietary vacuum seal cap is the secret behind Good Lifeís
amazing ability to keep liquid hot or cold for up to 24 hours!
The liquids always stay fresh & clean and won't leave a funny
after taste in the bottle. We've tested our bottles under
extreme conditions and the Good Life bottle always surpasses our
expectations! The unique shape and craftsmanship of the bottle
provides you with quality, durability & style. Whether you are
hiking, biking or walking the streets the GoodLife bottle is a
safe, functional and always healthy companion for you, your
family and the environment.
contemporary drink ware brand was created in an effort to
provide healthy alternatives to existing toxin leaching aluminum
& plastic bottles. Our recyclable stainless steel products are
not only healthy for you, but also for Earth's precious
eco-system. By purchasing a GoodLife bottle you are helping to
save the planet by utilizing a product that is made from 100%
recyclable materials, has no BPA's or harmful toxins and helps
to rid the world of unnecessary plastic water bottles.
Production of the 29 billion polyethylene terephthalate (PET)
water bottles used in the United States (about one bottle per
person every four days) requires nearly 900,000 tons of the
plastic, the equivalent of more than 17 million barrels of crude
oil annually. But that is just the cost of the bottles. There
are additional costs in the production of bottled water.
The Pacific Institute estimates that "the energy used for
pumping and processing, transportation, and refrigeration,
brings the annual fossil fuel footprint of bottled water
consumption in the United States to more than 50 million barrels
of oil, equivalent-enough to run 3 million cars for one year."
There are other hidden costs of getting bottled water to the
shelves. The processing of bottled water not only uses oil, but
also uses water and adds carbon dioxide to the atmosphere.
Every liter sold actually represents three liters of water
because manufacturing the PET plastic uses two times the amount
of water that each bottle will hold. Transporting it to the
user, who could be on another continent, cooling it in grocery
stores and home refrigerators, and recovering, recycling or
discarding the empty bottles uses even more energy. The Pacific
Institute estimates that "the total amount of energy embedded in
our use of bottled water can be as high as the equivalent of
filling a plastic bottle one quarter full with oil." Every ton
of PET plastic produced releases around three tons of carbon
dioxide into the atmosphere.
The bottled water industry added more than 2.7 million tons of
carbon dioxide to the atmosphere in 2008, if the Pacific
Institute's numbers are accurate; and even more in 2009
considering the growth of the industry. At the end of the chain
is disposal of the bottles (only 15 percent of which are
recycled), which also consumes both energy and water. A large
portion of the remaining 85 percent sadly winds up in landfills.
There, the bottles sit and are almost totally resistant to
microbial attack. A plastic bottle is inert; it does not degrade
easily and can take up to 1,000 years to break down. Taking 100
million-year-old oil out of the ground to make landfills makes
neither economic nor ecological sense.
Plastic Bottle Facts
-Out of the 50 billion bottles of water being bought each year,
80% end up in a landfill - thatís 40 billion unrecycled water
bottles, wonder how many end up in our oceans?
-Because plastic does not fully biodegrade, waste patches have
been contaminating our oceans, the largest of which is now
called The Great Pacific Garbage Patch and is now the size of
Texas and growing!
-17 million barrels of oil are used in producing bottled water
-Drinking bottled water costs much more than purchasing a
reusable GoodLife bottle guaranteed to last a lifetime
-Plastic leaches toxins into the water, which have been linked
to health problems such as reproductive issues and even cancer
-Given the current environmental and economic situations at
hand, it is important now more than ever not waste money on
harmful plastic products, the consumption of which has become a
-Recyclable stainless steel water bottles give us an excellent
solution to the non-sustainable habit we have created during
GoodLife bottles are the
perfect & most eco-friendly way to carry your alkaline water
anywhere you go. These state of the art drinking bottles are
handcrafted with precision and care. The bottles are manufactured
utilizing only the highest grade 18/304 stainless steel and 100% BPA
free plastic to ensure there will be no leaching toxins or funny
aftertastes. The Venture GoodLife bottle features: