bobble Insulate

bobble Insulate is a high-grade, stainless steel drinking vessel that keeps beverages hot for up to 12 hours or cold for up to 24 hours. The new product line incorporates bobble’s iconic shape and style, with the addition of double-wall vacuum insulation technology for excellent heat and cold retention.

The BPA-free, dishwasher-safe bottle will not sweat and features a leak-proof seal.

  • Keeps beverages hot for 12 hours and cold for 24 hours
  • Mouth is wide enough to fit most ice cubes
  • BPA-free and Dishwasher safe
  • Designed in USA, Made in China
  • Available in 15oz / 442mL
  • Color range: polar, coral, peacock, pear, mint, sangria
  • MSRP: $29.99
  • What is bobble Insulate made out of?
    • The bobble Insulate bottle is made from stainless steel.
    • The cap is made from polypropylene (PP) and thermoplastic elastomer (TPE).
    • The gasket is made from silicone.
  • What testing does Seventh Generation do to ensure the materials used in bobble Insulate are safe?

    We approach safety of the entire bobble line through careful raw material selection and extensive regulatory and authenticity testing. With the exception of the silicone grip band, we consider all bobble components to be food-contact articles and test extensively against both US and EU regulatory standards. We test not only for the presence of specific chemicals of concern in each bobble material, but we also test to make sure that these chemicals do not leach from the bottle into the water.

    Specifically, we look for extraction and migration tests for toxic compounds such as lead, cadmium, chromium, mercury, antimony, vanadium, zirconium, formaldehyde, organotins, and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). We never intentionally add endocrine disruptors to any of our plastics and also screen for cross-contamination from known endocrine disruptors such as BPA, phthalates and nonylphenols. We screen all of our plastics for BPA cross-contamination at levels down to 200 ppb, which is far lower than many companies have historically chosen to screen and have an expanded set of 11 different phthalates that we screen all of our bobble materials for.

  • Is bobble Insulate dishwasher safe?

    Yes, the bottle and cap are dishwasher safe. However, hand washing is recommended to protect exterior color / decoration.

  • Where is bobble Insulate made?

    bobble INSULATE is made in China, but was designed in Raleigh, NC.

bobble Infuse

Designed by renowned industrial designer Karim Rashid, bobble INFUSE features an innovative, modular cap that lets users hydrate, filter, or Infuse water.

The bottle's unique filter system serves a dual function – it holds bobble's replaceable carbon filter but also enables infusion when the carbon filter is removed. Simply add fruit or vegetables to the bottle and the filter cage prevents material from flowing back through the nozzle.

  • Replaceable carbon filter removes the taste and odor of chlorine from municipal tap water, resulting in a cleaner, crisper taste
  • Soft-touch carry cap
  • Durable, squeezable Tritan™ bottle material
  • Mouth is wide enough to fit most ice cubes
  • BPA-free and Dishwasher safe
  • Made in USA
  • Available in 22oz / 650mL
  • Color range: poppy, sugarplum, citron, surf, peacock, fern
  • MSRP: $14.99
  • What is bobble Infuse made out of?
    • The bobble INFUSE bottle is made from TritanTM and is BPA free.
    • The nozzle and filter cage are made from polyethylene (PE) and are BPA free.
    • The carry cap is made from thermoplastic elastomer (TPE).
  • What testing does Seventh Generation do to ensure the materials used in bobble Infuse are safe?

    We approach safety of the entire bobble line through careful raw material selection and extensive regulatory and authenticity testing. With the exception of the silicone grip band, we consider all bobble components to be food-contact articles and test extensively against both US and EU regulatory standards. We test not only for the presence of specific chemicals of concern in each bobble material, but we also test to make sure that these chemicals do not leach from the bottle into the water.

    Specifically, we look for extraction and migration tests for toxic compounds such as lead, cadmium, chromium, mercury, antimony, vanadium, zirconium, formaldehyde, organotins, and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). We never intentionally add endocrine disruptors to any of our plastics and also screen for cross-contamination from known endocrine disruptors such as BPA, phthalates and nonylphenols. We screen all of our plastics for BPA cross-contamination at levels down to 200 ppb, which is far lower than many companies have historically chosen to screen and have an expanded set of 11 different phthalates that we screen all of our bobble materials for.

  • Is bobble Infuse dishwasher safe?

    Yes, the bottle and cap are dishwasher safe.

  • How often do I change the filter?

    We recommend changing the filter after a maximum of three months of use, or after having filtered 40 gallons through your bobble. While there isn’t an obvious way to tell, once the filter is reaching the end of its lifespan you will notice that the water may not taste as fresh.

  • Where is bobble Infuse made?

    bobble INFUSE is manufactured in Lima, Ohio.

  • How does the filter work?

    bobble Infuse uses a carbon filter, which is a proven powerful chemical absorbent. As the water passes over the positively charged carbon surface of the filter, the negative ions of the contaminants are drawn to the surface of the carbon granules, where they remain. bobble’s filter removes chlorine from potable/municipal tap water, which improves taste and meets the stringent chlorine reduction and material requirements of the NSF/ANSI 42 standard for drinking water treatment devices.

Presse by bobble

Brew, press & go for the perfect cup of coffee every time.

Brew. Add medium-coarse ground coffee and hot water to tumbler and let brew for 3 minutes.
Press. Put lid on inner press and push down.
Go. Enjoy! Coffee stays hot for hours.

Notes: Add approximately 4 tablespoons (24 g - 27 g) freshly ground coffee to outer tumbler. Medium-coarse coffee grind size is optimal. Pour 10 - 13 fl oz (295 mL - 385 mL) hot water at approximately 205º F / 95º C over grounds.

  • How is this different from a French press?

    Presse by bobble features a unique micro-filter that keeps coffee grounds out of your coffee (after you brew and push down the inner press) – preventing the grit and overbrewed bitterness typical of French press brewing.

    Presse by bobble features triple wall, insulated stainless steel to keep coffee hot unlike many French presses that use glass. Triple wall, stainless steel has superior insulation properties than glass.

  • How is this different from other single-serve coffee options?

    Presse by bobble creates no waste! No filters or plastic pods are required to brew coffee. Simply compost the coffee grounds after you’ve enjoyed a delicious cup of coffee.

  • What is Presse made out of?

    The tumbler, inner press, and micro-filter are made of food-grade 304 stainless steel.

    The gasket and lid are made of food-grade, high temperature silicone.

  • Does Presse contain BPA?

    No

  • Is Presse dishwasher safe?

    Yes, all pieces are top-shelf dishwasher safe. However hand-washing the outer tumbler is recommended to protect screen printing.

  • Where is Presse made?

    Presse is made in China, but was designed in Raleigh, NC.

bobble Classic & Sport filters

bobble is a fun, reusable bottle that filters water as you drink. when water passes through the ingenious carbon filter, chlorine is removed from ordinary tap water. makes water taste better. crisp and clean. bobble is a beautiful alternative to single-serve plastic water bottles, which harm the earth (and your wallet).

each replaceable bobble filter equates to 300 single-serve bottles. drink up.

  • What is bobble made out of?

    Classic and Sport bobbles are made from FDA-approved polyethylene terephthalate, or PET, that is free of BPA, phthalates and PVC.

    the filter housing and mouth piece is made from polypropylene, or PP, that is free of BPA, phthalates and PVC.

  • How do I use bobble Classic & Sport?

    before drinking from bobble, remove the filter and fill bobble with water. replace the filter and gently squeeze 18oz/533ml of water through the filter. the water may look temporarily dark as any loose carbon is removed. the activated carbon filter requires no maintenance thereafter.

  • Where is bobble Classic & Sport made?

    bobble Classic and Sport are manufactured in Lima, Ohio.

  • How often do I change my filter?

    We recommend changing your filter after 2 months or 40 gallons/150 litres. Filter for use with bobble only.

  • How does the filter work?

    bobble uses a carbon filter, a proven, powerful chemical absorbent. as the water passes over the positively charged carbon surface of the filter, the negative ions of the contaminants are drawn to the surface of the carbon granules, where they remain. bobble's filter is effective at removing chlorine from potable/municipal tap water, which will improve its taste. test results meet or surpass the NSF International Standard 42, the standard that governs public and private drinking water.

    note: bobble is not recommended for use where water is not microbiologically safe or of unknown quality.

  • does the carbon filter remove or decrease amounts of calcium or other nutrients and minerals from water?

    calcium, magnesium, potassium, and other nutrient and minerals are not reduced or affected by the filter in bobble.

  • how will i know when to change my filter?

    we recommend changing the filter after a minimum of two months of use, or after you have filtered 40 gallons/150 liters through your bobble. while there isn't an obvious way to tell, once the filter is reaching the end of its lifespan you will notice that your water may not taste as fresh as it once did.

  • what should i do when my bobble is at the end of its lifespan?

    PET which is what bobble is made from, is easily recyclable, as most US curbside recycling programs accept the material. PET plastic products are marked with the number 1 recycling code.

    PP which is what the filter casing and mouthpiece are made from, is recyclable where facilities exist or through #5 recycling programs like Gimme 5 at certain retailers. PP plastic products are marked with the number 5 recycling code. to recycle the filter housing, crack open the top of the filter, dispose of the carbon filter, and recycle the PP housing via the appropriate means.

    customers in the UK, please return your used filters to: bobble Recycling Program, Colvanbridge Limited, Unit 2/3/4, Riverside Business Park, Station Road, Earls Colne, Essex CO6 2ER.

  • how long will the bottle last?

    while the filter lasts for 300 uses, the bottle can be used again and again and again.

  • are the bobble & filter dishwasher safe?

    with the exception of bobble sport (body only), bobble is not dishwasher safe.

  • how do i care for my bobble & filter?

    bobble and its mouthpiece/filter should be hand-washed regularly, to help limit bacteria growth. simply remove your filter/mouthpiece component from your bottle, and wash with warm soapy water. for best results, use bobble's brush to wash your bottle.

  • can i get the bobble without the filter?

    we do not currently offer bobble without a filter.

  • should i have any concerns about reusing bottles made from pet?

    most convenience-size beverage bottles sold in the US are made from PET, which the FDA has determined meets standards for food-contact. bobble is safe for reuse and prolonged use when used as intended. like all repeat-use food containers, it should be cleaned regularly.

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  • who designed bobble?

    bobble is designed by multi-award-winning industrial designer Karim Rashid. For more on Karim, visit www.karimrashid.com.

  • Usage of bobble Classic & Sport

  • what is the effect of hot temperatures on bobble Classic & Sport? is it safe to leave bobble in a hot car?

    we do not recommend exposing bobble to high heat, such as an enclosed vehicle in direct sunlight.

  • what is the effect of cold temperatures on bobble Classic & Sport? can you put bobble in the freezer?

    we do not recommend freezing bobble or its carbon filter. you can, however, put bobble in the refrigerator.

  • can i use flavor packs in bobble Classic & Sport?

    bobble is designed to remove chlorine from municipal tap/potable water and has not been tested for its effect on added mixes or flavorings. we do not recommend using any liquid or substances other than municipal tap/potable water with bobble.

  • do you have sleeves or covers for bobble?