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20 November, 2015

32 oz. Sports Water Bottle with Fruit Infuser by #InFruitser #Review

     You guys know how big of a fan I am of infused waters.  The benefits are almost immediate and you can actually FEEL yourself getting healthier.  I haven't been the biggest fan of the taste necessarily, it's acquired... well I'm happy to say that I have found the trick to creating an infused water that I love to drink.  Watermelon!  Watermelon and Pineapple creates a super sweet and yummy drink.  So that's what I'll be using from now on, watermelon.

     And now we have one more infuser bottle to add to our household.  It's this whopping 32 oz. Sports Water Bottle with Fruit Infuser Basket by Infruitser.  Don't you think that name is just so clever?  Anyways, it's completely different than the other fruit infuser bottles I've showed you.  So let me tell you about them:

     First of all, it has a flip lid, though it does unscrew so that you can fill and empty the basket.  But for most drinking purposes, it flips open to reveal a sip spout.  The sip spout is covered securely by a rubber stopper inside the cover that seals it shut when the cover is closed.  The cap also has a little handle on it that's pretty helpful.

     The bottle itself is pretty large and houses a fruit infuser cage.  The cage plops in nicely.  It can tend to lean to one side or the other, but will also go in straight, it all depends on how careful you are when you put it in, you've got to push it in place.  The cage is big enough and will hold pretty much any fruit pieces you'd want it to hold.

     The outside looks pretty awesome.  It's got this sporty looking grip that helps keep a good hold of the bottle.  The bottle itself is made from Titan Plastic, which is shatterproof.  I've had bottles made from this same plastic before and when it finally did break, it only cracked with no pieces breaking off, it was great, especially with little kids around.

     I love this bottle and I definitely recommend it.  Have you ventured into infused waters yet?  If so, what did you think?  To learn more, check out Infruitser on Amazon.

Except for the product(s) given to me for the purpose of reviewing, I received no compensation for this post. All opinions are 100% my own.

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