Elevator pitch: Bindle Bottle

A water bottle with a secret storage compartment
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Gum and phone charger stored inside water bottle

Store small items in the bottom of this 24-ounce bottle.

Elevator Pitches are written by the company and edited for space and clarity. They do not express the opinions of SNEWS or its editors.

Ride the elevator with Houston Max and Charlie Crisan, co-founders of Bindle Bottle.

The water bottle has become a staple in the daily lives of millions of people, but with your pockets and hands already full, it can become one more item to keep track of as part of your everyday carry. With Bindle Bottle’s integrated storage compartment and dual-walled design, your drink will stay cold for hours and your hands will stay free. 

Bindle Bottle has made a sleek, simplified product driven by innovation and simplicity. Each bottle keeps 24 ounces of liquid hot or cold for hours, and has a bottom container with 450 cubic centimeters of space for essentials.

Some examples of how to use Bindle Bottle: 

  • Electrolyte drink + headphones + Gu Energy Gels + car key 
  • Wine + 1 corkscrew + 3 slices of brie cheese + 1 advil 
  • Water + extra fishing line + hooks + plastic bait 
  • Green tea + gripping yoga socks + 1 mini hand towel 
  • Juice + Goldfish + kid's gummy vitamins 

After completing a successful Kickstarter campaign in Fall 2017, the brand has officially launched and is available online now. You can find them at bindlebottle.com and see how others are using their #LifeInABottle.

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