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WaterWeek Villa by Shop Reduce – Easily Get Your Full Daily Dose of Water!

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WaterWeek Villa by Shop Reduce – Easily Get Your Full Daily Dose of Water!

The WaterWeek Villa from Shop Reduce is a five day water bottle set complete with a fridge tray that slides easily into the fridge.  The bottles are BPA Free and hold 16 ounces of water.   They are also dishwasher safe.

Well, since I don’t have a dishwasher, I love this set.  My bottles don’t get thoroughly washed as quickly as I would like with how much I work and I am the dishwasher.  This set allows me to use a clean bottle on day 2 (for example).  Sixteen ounces is also the perfect size.  WaterWeek products are also available with different designs – this one is Villa but there is also Sport, Cardigan, Kids Halloween, Pop, Flutter, Galaxy, Spectrum II, Tritan, Simply Sweet, Cosmic, Cutie, Kaleidoscope and L’il Monsters.  I am also very appreciative of the fridge tray.  At first I thought that wasn’t really necessary but whenever I put drinks in the fridge my kids knock them over and either they leak (worst case scenario, especially if they are filled with something other than water) or they lay in the way and I can never get actual food into the fridge because of all the knocked over bottles.  This fridge tray insures that all my bottles stay nice and straight.  Five water bottles also helps encourage my kids to drink water.  They never seem to want to drink water until they see that I am.  At that point it is very interesting for them and they want some.

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The WaterWeek Villa retails for $19.99 at Shop Reduce.  The other WaterWeek sets range in price from $11.99 through $39.99 and ranging from 10 ounces to 24 ounces.

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