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    21 Things For People Who Genuinely Love Drinking Water

    The thirst is real.

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    1. A sleek stainless steel bottle that's so good at keeping your drink the right temperature, Sean Paul should sing about it.


    It can keep liquids hot for eight hours and cold for 24 (!!!) hours. That's a whole day, people!

    Get it from BuzzFeed's Goodful line, exclusively at Macy's for $11.60 (originally $28.99, available in three colors).

    2. Amazing, all-natural bottle cleaning tablets that'll make your least-favorite-yet-most-necessary-chore — cleaning your trusty water bottle — as easy as drop, fizz, wait.

    Fill your bottle with water, pop in one of these fizzing tablets, wait 15-30 minutes, then rinse it out — the tablet will have completely dissolved, along with all the gunk and odors in your bottle. These would totally solve the problem that I always have with my go-everywhere bottle — I always use too much dish soap and end up failing to rinse it out enough, leaving my bottle with an icky, soapy taste. I need these!

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    Promising review: "I'm never one to write reviews, but holy cow, this worked perfectly! I keep a metal water bottle at work and I never get around to bringing it home to deep clean it. I tried wiping the interior down with a paper towel and soap, but I could always see that dark mold starting to grow. I ignored it for as long as I could, but it was gross. Then I read about these on BuzzFeed and decided to bite the bullet. I filled the bottle with hot water and dropped one of these in. It fizzed up A LOT. Keep it around 3/4 of the way full of water and you'll probably be okay! I put the lid on and lightly turned it to get some of the product on the top part of the bottle and left it to sit for around an hour. The product worked amazingly. I could see the little black specks coming out as I rinsed the bottle out. The bottle looks as clean as it was when I first got it, and honestly, it tasted cleaner too!" —Tiffany

    Get a pack of 12 tablets from Amazon for $8.

    3. And a handy bottle brush set you can use along with the above tablets or with good old fashioned soap and water to give your bottle the cleaning it deserves.


    The set includes a big bottle brush, a straw brush, and a round detail brush that's great for mouthpieces.

    Promising review: "We have several bottles we use for water and I occasionally put iced tea in mine, so they get dirty. This tool is perfect for cleaning all of them. We use Hydro Flask water bottles, and one had a plastic straw that was impossible to clean before we has this tool. The big brush fits down all of our bottles and reaches the bottom. The straw cleaner works great with any straws, and we use the last tool to clean the mouth pieces and it works for that. This is a great little kitchen tool to have around if you use reusable bottles. It definitely helps us not throw away a couple hundred plastic bottles of water a month!!" —WolfHunter1043

    Get a set of three from Amazon for $9.99 (available in two colors).

    4. A set of beautiful coasters that are extra absorbent, so they'll keep the ~coast~ clear — your mom never has to know you had your ice cold tumbler anywhere near her mahogany table.


    Promising review: "These are gorgeous coasters and super absorbent!!! I’m amazed how well they work. For years, I've dealt with a variety of coasters where the water would merely pool on top, but not these — they're bone dry even with large glasses of ice water sitting on them. Plus, they're very pretty, with different designs on each and three color themes. 10/10 would buy again!" —Jacqueline Miller

    Get a set of six from Amazon for $14.99 (available in two designs).

    5. A rainbow of unbreakable, reusable plastic straws that are sip-ly the best for any kind of drinkware.


    They may be sturdy, but they can be easily cut to fit any size bottle, cup, or tumbler. Check out BuzzFeed's full write-up on these straws.

    Promising review: "I bought one set at least a year ago. We use them daily and they're great quality. They fit even tall cups and pass through the straw hole easily. They're dishwasher safe without any fading of colors. I bought a second set. My friend took an immediate liking to them, so I bought her a set. I bought my daughter-in-law a set. I bought my friend’s daughter-in-law a set. Her environmental engineer husband went online and plans to give them to all of his coworkers and clients. No more paper straws. Today I'm buying more for...well just as a bright gift or surprise for almost anyone." —Bunnycakes

    Get a pack of 12 plus a cleaning brush from Amazon for $8.99+ (available in three colors and prints).

    6. A dishwasher-safe, BPA-free infusion pitcher for when you want to add a little zest (possibly literally) to your go-to H2O.


    It's also good for using at parties with your friends who think water is boring. That'll show them!!! The pitcher is also shakeable to make mixing a breeze.

    Get it from BuzzFeed's Goodful line, exclusively at Macy's for $19.99 (originally $28.99).

    7. OMG-worthy earrings for anyone who just can't keep their love of staying hydrated ~bottled~ up — they've gotta represent it in their outfit.,

    Promising review: "I don't drink alcohol and always have a bottle of water with me or order one when I'm out. People always remark that I'm addicted to bottled water. When I saw these earrings, I had to have them. They took a while to arrive but they're super cute. They look just like the photo. The only thing is that the print on the labels is a bit blurry, but for fun and for the price, I'm happy with these. They got a big laugh out of some of my friends the other night when they remarked I didn't have my precious water bottle with me and I showed them my earrings. Ha! These are plastic so they're not heavy." —PattyT

    Get them from Amazon for $2.79 (available in two colors).

    8. A sleek filtered water dispenser that (*extremely Stefon voice*) has got everything: a shape that easily fits into your fridge, enough room to hold up to 18 glasses of water, a filter that removes up to 99% of lead plus other ickiness and only needs to be replaced every six months, and an indicator light to let you know when to replace it., Amazon

    It's BPA-free, and one filter can be used for enough water to replace about 900 standard-size plastic water bottles!

    Promising review: "I'm so glad I finally got this! I love that this product easily fits into my fridge. It’s extremely easy to use and the filter age feature is wonderful!" —Shironaka Patrice

    Get it from Amazon for $41.62.

    9. A cheeky enamel pin for anyone who is always thirsty — for both water and...other things.


    Which makes me thirstier: a salty bag of chips or pics of Michael B. Jordan? It's an impossible question, really.

    Get it from kalgado on Etsy for $10.

    10. A genius clip-on cupholder that can be used on wheelchairs, strollers, golf carts, beach umbrellas, boats, exercise equipment, or pretty much anything clamp-able. Because if you're anything like me, if your water bottle is more than a foot away from you at any time you become very, very stressed.,

    Promising review: "I don't know what I'd do without this product! I carry a water bottle and a travel coffee mug on it all the time! I broke my foot and will be using a walker for several weeks. I'm so glad to have found this product — it's made my life so much easier! It just clamps onto the front upright post of my walker and is easy to adjust. I highly recommend it!" —MemphisRose

    Get it from Amazon for $24.95 (available in 17 styles).

    11. The perfect crossbody bag for travel, a concert, or any event where you need to to keep your hands free. It's got multiple cool features, like a RFID-blocking card and passport section and cut-proof material to keep your belongings safe, but the most important part is definitely the TWO generous water bottle pockets.,

    Raise your hand if your least favorite thing about carrying little crossbodies is not having room for your water bottle. SAME. It's like these bag designers WANT us to get dehydrated!!!

    Promising review: "This is what I comfortably fit in this purse: a travel book, map, sunglasses, camera, compact umbrella, my 5"x8" tablet, phone, keys, pens, hand soap sheets, wet wipes packets, lipsticks, chapstick, folding hairbrush, small wallet for cash, credit cards (there are slots with RFID protection), passport, lotion, gum, small box of mints, and a few other small items. There's also room in the side holders for two 12 ounce water bottles, plus the carabiner ring would hold a larger camera bag if needed. I really can't imagine a more well-thought-out purse. Plus, it's nice and sturdy and holds its shape." —Jen D

    Get it from Amazon for $39.50+ (available in 10 colors and prints).

    12. Or a crochet water bottle sling for when you need to travel light with nothing but the essentials in your pockets and your H2O over your shoulder.


    Get it from Nayucrochet on Etsy for $16+ (available in three sizes, two strap lengths, and 14 colors).

    13. Pretty, vintage-y tumblers, because why should alcohol drinkers get to have all the fun with their glassware? Water drinkers demand cute cups, too!


    Get one from Anthropologie for $10 (available in four colors).

    14. A giant bottle with a built-in, removable ice pack that'll make standing up for refills or more ice a thing of the past, even for the thirstiest of folks. Hello, interruption-free work (or TV, lol) binges!,

    It's BPA-free and also comes with a straw!

    Promising review: "I'm a receptionist for a very busy business and don't always have time to stop what I'm doing to go refill my glass of water. This jug has made a world of difference in not only my professional life, but in my personal life as well. Before I made this purchase, I had a difficult time consuming enough water to keep hydrated each day, because I'd be too busy to even think about it. Now, I make it a personal goal to drink one whole bottle (one and a half occasionally) while sitting at my desk every day. After a few weeks of keeping fully hydrated, I've noticed a pretty significant difference in my general health. I get fewer headaches, I eat less at meals, I don't wake up parched anymore, and I can actually enjoy a few drinks WITHOUT feeling horribly hungover the next day. I've recommended this bottle to many of my coworkers. Everyone needs this!" —Brittany

    Get it from Amazon for $24.90.

    15. A pack of 60 adorable stickers to give every beloved reusable water bottle in your collection some major VSCO girl vibes.


    Get them from Amazon for $8.95.

    16. Or this adorable guinea pig sticker who you will REALLY relate to.


    Get it from annafama on Redbubble for $2.88.

    17. The LifeStraw, an incredible portable filter that'll let you safely drink from even the ickiest-looking natural water sources. No wonder it's got over 7,700 positive reviews., Amazon

    It claims to filter out 99.999999% of bacteria, and can be reused tons of times (for drinking up to 1,000 gallons!). Plus, with each straw purchased, the company provides clean water to a child for a year. Check out BuzzFeed's full write-up on the LifeStraw.

    Promising review: "This thing is no joke! I took it backpacking in Maine's Bigelow range. When I ran out of the water I brought, I was A-OK with this. On top of one of the lower peaks, I drank from the most disgusting-looking crevice filled with brown scum. I thought, this is going to be safe, but taste horrid. WRONG. IT TASTED LIKE THE FRESHEST SPRING WATER, better than any tap. I'm from Maine, and I've tasted plenty of water right from mountain springs, so take my word for it. One note: it can be a little challenging to use at first. You have to start by soaking it; if it still doesn't work, blow into it a bit. Get one for your outdoor adventures, and one for your bug-out bag, which everyone should have in case of natural disaster." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $15.90+ (available in two designs).

    18. A unicorn ice cube mold that proves water is ~magical~ in both its liquid and solid forms.


    The only thing better than a glass of ice water after a rich meal or a big workout? A glass of UNICORN ice water.

    Get it from Amazon for $4.62 (available in five shapes).

    19. A super affordable, slim water backpack for staying hydrated on the go, because exercising without water at the ready and carrying a bottle around on a run or hike are both terrible options.

    Promising review: "Super handy for biking, hiking, or really long runs. I took my children to a local parade by bike, with me pulling two kids in a bike trailer. It was hot and I knew I needed some water, but I didn’t have anywhere to store it on my bike. After we got back, I looked for this type of product so that I'd be better prepared. This is great! It’s easy to use and has extra storage compartments for keys, sunscreen, etc. I like the large opening for the water bladder because it is easy to fill and clean. I gave it a try in a short jog and a short bike ride and it worked great. We're ready to take our next long bike ride!" —Momma Teacher

    Get it from Amazon for $16.88 (available in five colors).

    20. An adorable sweatshirt to remind yourself and (because, who are we kidding, you don't need a reminder) others the importance of eight glasses a day.


    Get it from Human for $24.99 (originally $34.99, available in sizes S-3X and in seven colors; design also available on a crewneck tee, V-neck tee, hoodie, baseball tee, tank, racerback tank, and baby onesie).

    21. And finally, the GoGirl, a nifty little device that allows people with vaginas to easily pee standing up. Because the one consequence of drinking so much dang water? Having to go at very inconvenient times (read: all the time).

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    Porta-potties? Overnight camping trips? Bring. It. On.

    It comes with a storage tube that's easy to stash in your purse, plus a tissue for wiping and a plastic bag to keep it in after use. And it can be washed and reused! Check out BuzzFeed's full review here.

    Promising review: "I peed everywhere. That bush? Yep. Peed on it! That tree? Uh huh. Peed on it. Those tiny woodland creatures? Screw you, b*tches! Peed on them. I peed in the sun. I peed in the rain. I peed just for fun. I peed down a drain. I peed in the light. I peed in the dark. I peed left and right. I peed in the park. You just hold it in place, pull your pants down enough for it to stick out, and pee. There's no taking your pants all the way off, no squatting, and no accidentally peeing down the side of your leg. When you're done you just shake it out, rinse it if you can, and stick it back into the container. Easy PEEsy. I can't wait until winter so I can try to write my name in the snow." —Dawn Elizabeth

    Get it from Amazon for $7.75+ (available in two colors).

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