Small sizes for small hands (children love these) or small places (purse, briefcase, backpack pocket, etc)
The Klean Kanteen Classic 355ml comes in several beautiful colours and is a nice size for adults andchildren. Small enough to fit in your handbag, nappy bag or backpack, it’s also just the right size for little hands to hold. And your children will love drinking out of these small, brightly coloured chemical-free bottles whether on the go or at home.
Capacity: 355 ml
Height: 12.7 cm
Width: 7 cm
Mouth diameter: 44 mm
Weight: 0.106 kg (w/o cap)
Colour Choice: Be Green, Blue Reef (Light Blue), Ocean Blue, Prevention Purple, Active Pink, Pink Renewal (Light Pink), Solar Yellow, or Indicator Red.
Lid Choice: Plastic LOOP or SPORT 2.0 cap OR with a stainless steel LOOP cap for a slightly higher price (as shown when you make your choice). Note: Sport 2.0 cap is NOT leak-proof.
To clean your bottle, handwash. Lids may be put in the top rack of the dishwasher. For more detailed information click directly on Customer Service and look under Product Care-Klean Kanteens.
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