THIS IS NOT A GLITCH

THIS IS NOT A GLITCH

Dear visitor, we’re not open today.

Black Friday sometimes feels like a war for who can be the cheapest, a race to catch the attention of people to buy things they don’t even need. So we’re closed today and instead, we ask that those who visit our store think about how you want to spend this day, whether you are buying because you need stuff, which is cool - we can’t argue with that - or you are buying because its cheap, which is not so cool. And let’s build a culture that encourages people to buy things they need, and that last rather than one that encourages a culture of throwaways.

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United World Challenge Ocean Bottle - Limited Edition

$133.00



50% of all purchases of the Limited Edition United World Challenge Ocean Bottles goes directly to the United World Challenge Scholarship fund. As always 11.4kg of ocean-bound plastic is collected for each bottle sold (that's 1000 plastic bottles!)

Ocean Bottle has partnered with Tez Steinberg of the United World Challenge who is rowing solo from California to Hawaii to raise money for scholarships to United World College. This is an epic journey that has only ever been completed successfully a handful of times. His journey combines the spirit of adventure, the desire to explore and document our ocean's health and the quest to inspire a more peaceful world. 

Check out the map below to track Tez's progress and you can follow all updates via Facebook and Instagram.


 

United World Challenge Ocean Bottle - Limited Edition

United World Challenge Ocean Bottle - Limited Edition

$133.00



50% of all purchases of the Limited Edition United World Challenge Ocean Bottles goes directly to the United World Challenge Scholarship fund. As always 11.4kg of ocean-bound plastic is collected for each bottle sold (that's 1000 plastic bottles!)

Ocean Bottle has partnered with Tez Steinberg of the United World Challenge who is rowing solo from California to Hawaii to raise money for scholarships to United World College. This is an epic journey that has only ever been completed successfully a handful of times. His journey combines the spirit of adventure, the desire to explore and document our ocean's health and the quest to inspire a more peaceful world. 

Check out the map below to track Tez's progress and you can follow all updates via Facebook and Instagram.


 

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Go Tez!!

This is a remarkable challenge for someone with little to no rowing experience and only the bravest person would attempt to do such a thing! Incredible to follow your journey. Thoughts are with you and wishing you the best of luck out there. Hope we raise loads for the UWC scholarship fund.

Bottle for Life

Key features: 

- Dual opening for pouring drinks,  ice & easy clean

- Dishwasher safe 

- Stainless steel insulation Hot >8 hours and cold > 12 

- Part made from ocean-bound plastic & fully recyclable 

- Matte finish for extra grip & does not sweat 

- BPA Free recyclable plastic 

- Designed in Norway by K8 Design 

Smart bottle

Make a choice with the ocean in mind.

In buying an Ocean Bottle you’ll fund the collection of 11.4kg of plastic,  equivalent to 1000 ocean-bound bottles in impoverished coastal communities around the world.

We never compromise on this number. 

If that’s not enough for you, the NFC smart chip in your bottle means you will be able to keep funding more plastic collection for free when refilling at partner locations in the future. 

Message in a bottle.

Message in a bottle.

Message in a bottle.

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