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Noodoll Launch Collaboration with 24bottles

Oxo Tower Wharf based design and lifestyle brand Noodoll is launching cute and colourful new special edition water bottles in collaboration with 24Bottles, the Italian design company whose mission it is to unburden the planet from disposable plastic bottles.

Noodoll are also offering 15% off throughout LDF in their shop!

Following successful collaborations with other design brands, Noodoll now sets their sights on reducing single use plastic consumption joining forces with 24Bottles, focusing on helping people improve their health and quality of life in an environmentally friendly way. Almost a year in the making, the new range aims to help minimise the number of single use plastic bottles, which in the UK amount to some 7.7 billion every year, by developing desirable products with great aesthetics.

For YiYing Wang, Founder of Noodoll and long-term advocate of sustainability, this range was the next logical expansion of the product portfolio with the iconic Ricemonster designs. “Within Noodoll we are all environmentally aware, recycling our boxes, eschewing plastic bags in favour of paper, limiting the use of single use coffee cups – we always strive to reduce how much plastic we use both as a company and as individuals. Since meeting 24Bottles over five years ago at trade show Maison & Objet in Paris, every Noodoll employee now has one of their reusable bottles, we love them!

The bottles are made from extra lightweight stainless steel for fast sips and refills on the go, with a leak proof lid and integrated straw to make drinking easy and mess free. At 250ml, they’re the perfect size for little hands to hold and easy to carry. These adorable bottles are high quality, sustainably made and uniquely designed for thirsty monsters on the go. In the words of 24Bottles, the fact that a product is functional shouldn’t mean it has to be at odds with design: “At 24Bottles, we believe that good design can change things for the better and can help people improve their health and quality of life as well as their look, in an environmentally friendly way.”

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