leak-proof water bottle
Ages 3+

Webb Space Telescope Images Water Bottle

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Keep young astronomers hydrated all day with this cool purple water bottle. It features a diagram and facts about the electromagnetic spectrum. Plus, it’s insulated to keep kids’ drinks hot or cold for up to 6 hours.
SKU #L1SP0012
Available for U.S. Shipping Only

Kids can carry their love of science right in their hands with this double-walled, vacuum-insulated water bottle. Featuring diagrams and facts about the electromagnetic spectrum plus a QR code to scan to learn more, it’s designed to keep growing astronomers cool and curious throughout every adventure.

Kids Love: The space theme and fun flip-and-sip straw.
Parents Love: That it’s spillproof.

  • LEAKPROOF PURPLE WATER BOTTLE – This reusable water bottle will help keep your active adventurer hydrated all day. Tested safe for phthalates and BPA, the insulated bottle holds 20 oz of liquid without spilling or sweating.
  • LONG-LASTING INSULATION – While kids love this space water bottle’s out-of-this-world print, parents love that its double-walled, vacuum-insulated interior keeps drinks hot or cold for up to 6 hours. Easy to disassemble for hand-washing (do not use in dishwasher or microwave).
  • JUST FLIP AND SIP – Kids and toddlers can sip more and spill less using the fun-to-flip spout and leakproof lid. These durable water bottles are great for travel, from game day to Grandma’s house and beyond, and fit neatly in the side pockets of Highlights backpacks.
  • HYDRATE IN STYLE – A great gift for all Highlights kids! Spark their confidence with a water bottle that shows off their individuality and pairs with Highlights’ galaxy backpack and lunch tote.

Product Details

Contents: 1 water bottle

Care Instructions: Do not use in dishwasher or microwave.

UPC: 8103730357565

Ages: 3+

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Webb Space Telescope Images Water Bottle