The Story Behind Flow Vessel
Elevate each moment
Did you know most Australians walk around in a constant state of dehydration?
We spoke to our customers about what makes the perfect bottle. For diverse people there are different needs and we set out to create a product that every one should leave the house with. The everyday user wanted a vessel that kept cold drinks cold, and hot drinks hot. Some demanded something durable enough to withstand knocks. Those who were active requested a bottle that was easily portable. Others needed a pop-open lid and a straw option for easy hydration. This is why we'll launch two styles for you - choose from a straw lid or a pour lid. Wellbeing is not only what we put in our bodies, but what we fill our minds with too.
Did you know that designing for people with disability has benefits for all users? Our one-push straw release is not only preferred for people with physical limitations, but useful for people on the go, whether you're a student, parent or a busy person.
Flow Vessel is more than a bottle - every purchase empowers people with a disability with 100% profits donated to Aussie social enterprise Care Collective. Thirsty to find your flow and create a difference? Grab a bottle and elevate each moment.
Pause a moment. Refresh your soul - and get into your flow....
Three great reasons to get some Flow in your life.
More than a product, be part of the movement
"Your search is over! Best drink bottle I have ever owned! Ticks every box... Easy cleaning, easy to drink while driving and my water stays cold all day. The flowvessel team are quick to respond to enquiries and the customer service is wonderful. Have already purchased 3 extra as gifts. Can't recommend highly enough" - Linda
Did you know?
Australians buy more than 118,000 tonnes of plastic drink bottles a year but most of us walk around in a constant state of dehydration.
A bottle takes over 1,000 years to degrade. Less than 2% of plastic is recycled.
Most water bottles end in landfill. Globally there are 1,500 bottles a second that end up in our landfill and oceans.
By 2050 they'll be more plastic in our oceans than fish.
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