The Qwetch Stainless Steel Insulated Bottles are of a high quality of have excellent thermal properties. Each one is made from two layers of 18/8 (304) stainless steel.
The 260ml size will keep drinks warm up to 5 hours and cold up to 7 hours. The 500ml and 750ml size will keep drinks warm up to 12 hours and cold up to 24 hours. Comes with a leak proof stainless steel lid with polypropolyene (PP 5) and stainless steel inside. Only the stainless steel comes into contact with the liquid inside the bottle.
The painted bottles do not have colour on the base which helps ensure they keep looking their best for longer (this is usually an area that scuffs on a painted bottle).
Made in China. Presented in a cardboard gift box.
It was a visit to China many years ago that introduced Qwetch founder Stephane Miquel to the popular tea drinking culture in China. He noticed that everybody drank tea, all day long and not only at home but everywhere they went: at work, at school, at the park. This inspired him to develop a mobile tea flask that meant a homemade tea could be taken out and about and drunk all day, and in 2012 he launched this to the French market through his new brand Qwetch.
Since 2012 Qwetch has grown into other categories of food and drink on the go, and their range now includes stainless steel insulated bottles as well as their best selling infusion flasks in glass and stainless steel.
Design and quality have always been key to the development of any Qwetch product, and they have strict qualitative guildelines for their products. The products are manufactured in selected factories in China chosen for their social engagement and quality and are compliant with ISO:9001:2008 quality management system standards. The factories are managed very closely by the Qwetch Chinese team.
Qwetch also care about protecting the health of their customers and work hard to reduce or eliminate any plastic in their products. When they do include plastic it is PP5 and is tested BPA free. All products in the range are regularly tested so that they pass EU, DGCCRF and FDA legal food contact tests.