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Style and functionality united for good.

Hip Products LLC, has announced the Hip bottle, a 650ml/22oz flask-shaped bottle with distinctive textures. Hip’s philanthropic mission sets it apart, and its unique design makes it stand out. Hip is stylish, functional, and committed to helping those in need.

While designed to address the massive environmental problem single-serve water bottles create, Hip’s mission is much broader. Through a partnership with Water For People, every Hip bottle purchased provides access to two days of safe drinking water to a person in need. Hip makes style accessible to consumers and clean water accessible to people around the world.

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“The Hip bottle is a great way to connect consumers with the global water crisis and give them a part to play in promoting water access to people around the world. We are grateful for innovative partners like Hip whose products are making a difference in the lives of so many people.”

- Eleanor Allen, CEO Water For People

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