12 oz glass water bottles

What Makes it Mighty?

  • Upright spillproof sipping for staying hydrated on the go
  • silicone sleeve for easy gripping and wide mouth for easy cleaning
  • Made from safe materials
2 Reviews | Overall Rating:

LifeFactory's glass water bottles offer a pure taste with no leaching from plastics or metals.  The Straw Cap delivers upright, spillproof sipping (no tipping required). The 12 oz is an ideal everyday companion that fits into handbags, backpacks and car cupholders. The volume works well for active kids as well as adults seeking a smaller capacity, lighter weight bottle. All caps from 16 and 22 oz bottles will fit on the 12 oz bottles.


  • Wide-mouth access makes it easy to add ice cubes, citrus slices or tea bags
  • Protective silicone sleeve provides a non-slip gripping surface and helps prevent breakage
  • Dishwasher safe (place cap on top rack/no need to remove silicone sleeve)
  • Includes polypropylene (PP#5) cap and silicone straw
  • All components made in the U.S. or Europe
  • Product assembled in the U.S.
  • All materials are FDA approved
  • BPA/BPS-free and PVC/phthalate-free
  • 12 oz (350 ml)

Made in the US and Europe

Note: While these bottles are durable, they are still glass and may break under rough conditions.

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Review by fix.emilyanne on 1/10

These are great! No issues with dripping or leaking, easy to clean, and no funky tasting water like with plastic or steel. We are stocking up on these. My husband likes the straw top because it's easy to drink out of while he's on the treadmill, and my son likes it, too. It's not a loud slurpy/whistling straw like his Camelback was. My only issue with the straw is that it's too hard for my son to pop up on his own (he's 3) but I'm sure that will come with time.

Review by Anonymous on 10/29

My son loved this bottle, as did I because it was helping him drink more water. However, it broke within a week. The glass didn't shatter as another one we bought did, but the lid cracked when he dropped it, so now it leaks everywhere. He is not abnormally hard on his cups - just an average toddler who occasionally drops things. Not worth the money.

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