Kids’ Insulated Drink Bottle

Year Round RefreshmentKids Insulated Drink Bottle 1

  • What: Diller Thermos Water Bottle
  • When: 3 years and up
  • Why: Keeps drinks hot or cold, dishwasher safe
  • Where: Amazon

With kids eating outside in all sorts of weather thanks to the ongoing pandemic, we went looking for a drink container that could keep their liquid refreshment warm or cold. Enter the Diller Thermos Water Bottle.

Diller Thermos Water Bottle on Amazon

It holds so much more than water! 

In addition to keeping their food hot on the coldest and wettest days, warm drinks went a long way to keeping them cozy when outdoors. And with hotter weather on the horizon, they love having cold drinks to cool off. The Diller water bottle can do both, unlike our other insulated water bottles. These Diller insulated containers keep liquids hot for up to twelve hours, and keep them cold even longer, up to a full day. The eight ounce size is great for kids, with plenty of liquid but not too heavy to haul around all day. They also offer a bigger 16 ounce size of the same container.

Diller insulated water bottle eight ounce size lid open to show spout and
Kids can manage the latch with one hand, while the wide spout makes sipping easy.

An easy one-handed clasp means kids have no trouble opening the lid, and it locks when pushed close. Inside, a wide plastic spout makes drinking easy. The screw on lid prevents leaks in transit. The wide mouth makes it super easy to fill, empty, and clean. Best of all, all the parts can go in the top rack of the dishwasher, unlike many other insulated bottles on the market. These containers come in four colors: black, white, red, and a subtle pale blue. So far ours has no dings, dents, or other marks on it, despite regular use.

If you want to keep your child’s drinks hot or cold, get one bottle that can do both with the Diller Thermos Water Bottle. 

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