If you pick up a copy of the July 2019 issue of Good Housekeeping magazine, you’ll notice a familiar face. Aquasana is pleased to announce that our Clean Water Bottle has been selected as the “Best Reusable Bottle | Lab Pick” by Good Housekeeping.
The experts at the Good Housekeeping Institute had this to say about the Clean Water Bottle:
“A winner in our Kitchen Appliances Lab test, Aquasana’s bottle removes lead, bacteria, chlorine, and other contaminants — it’s one of the few portable options that filters out more than just chlorine.”
This news comes on the heels of a June online feature from Good Housekeeping on the Clean Water Bottle, in which they named it the “Best Water Filtering Metal Bottle”. More specifically, Amina Lake Abdelrahman of the Good Housekeeping Institute had this to say in the online edition:
“One of the few reusable bottles that filters more than chlorine, this one nixes lead, bacteria, chlorine, and other contaminants from your water. We love how quickly it works — the glass version was a favorite of our kitchen appliance experts. It keeps drinks cold for up to 24 hours. If you’re traveling and not sure about water quality, this water bottle will give you peace of mind.”
The Aquasana Clean Water Bottle is a small-yet-mighty stainless steel bottle that holds 17 oz. of water and comes with a filter that reduces 99 percent of heavy metals like lead. What’s more, each filter prevents over 600 plastic water bottles from entering the environment.
Good Housekeeping is one of the oldest and most respected media brands and original consumer watchdog groups in the country. The print magazine is read by 18,030,000 US consumers (88% women) with an online reach of 16,190,665. In print for more than 130 years, Good Housekeeping serves as a “go-to resource for almost everything in your life, bringing you immediate solutions and trusted, expert advice”. Be sure to pick up your copy on stands all month long!