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We’re all well aware that plastic is taking quite a toll on our planet. Experts say it’s polluting our oceans, killing our animals and clogging our landfills—and that’s just for starters. A lot of little changes on the personal level can have a positive worldwide impact in the long-term.
A great way to start banning plastic from your life is to invest in reusable—and quite frankly, adorable—bottles, tumblers, mugs and food jars from Simple Modern. Today, you can make the switch and save up to 42 percent in the process.
All Simple Modern products are BPA-free, double-walled and vacuum-insulated, three non-negotiables if you’re looking for a superior reusable container to keep food and drinks hot or cold. And you’ll actually look forward to using these containers—meaning you’re less likely to forget them when you’re walking out the door!
This mug is the kind of travel buddy that’ll never let you down, especially on road trips, as it’s built to fit into your car’s cup holder. The ergonomic beauty—30 percent off today—“fits into your hand well” and has a flip lid and built-in straws, so it’s perfectly safe for drivers to maneuver. And that premium gauge 18/8 stainless steel? That’s the game changer.
“I'm the type of drinker-of-liquids who wants her cup to be at least 50% ice,” wrote a fan. "The other day...I left my ice-filled tumbler in my car for 8 hours...When I returned, my vehicle was hotter than Hades, but there was zero shrinkage of ice.”
Pay homage to your favorite basketball team—including the Lakers, Celtics and Spurs—with these tumblers that are officially licensed by the NBA. Today, you can score these top-rated travel thermoses for a victorious 42 percent off. These have a premium copper-coated layer on the inner wall for added insulation that “Keeps drinks cool or hot forever,” according to a fan.
Shoppers report that the 30-ounce tumbler “does not leak when tipped over” either, and “NO drips when the...lid is held upside down.” So if you’re looking for something rugged, this one’s a slam dunk.
These sophisticated beauties come with two types of lids—a stainless steel lid and leak proof flip lid that makes the bottle so much easier to carry. Like all Simple Modern containers, it has an incredible ability to regulate the temperature of its contents thanks to vacuum-insulation technology, food-grade 18/8 stainless steel and an internal layer of copper for good measure.
One relieved shopper says they’ve been on the hunt for the “perfect” for what seemed like forever but couldn’t seem to find it...until they hesitantlydecided to invest in this one. “The worst that could happen is that it’ll end up in the cupboard I call Graveyard of Disappointing Water Bottles,” they admitted, but thankfully the opposite was true. “Not only is this bottle The One, I appreciate it so much that I bought a second for myself in blue and recommended it to several people.
Why should water and coffee get all the reusable container love? These insulated food jars keep meals hot or cold, too, using the same innovative technology you’ll find in all of Simple Modern’s tumblers and bottles—and today, they’re 39 percent off. “I have put macaroni and cheese in there my son said it was still hot at around 12:30,” one shopper recalled. “After school I opened it and put my finger in there and it was still luke warm!”
These jars have a wide mouth, too, so kids (and anyone for that matter) can get their sticky fingers inside, you can easily spoon out your grub, and you can scrub the jars spotless even if you’re away from home.
Need another reason to save big on Simple Modern reusable bottles, tumblers and jars today? The company donates 10 percent of its profits to charity. Check out all the items on sale today and feel good knowing you’re doing good.
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