Keep Hydrated with Kor #MBPSummer19


Thank you to our friends at Kor for providing a sample of your water bottle in exchange for my honest review.  All thoughts are my own.

I am not a big water drinker, because I only like really cold water.  Once a glass, bottle, or portable container becomes slightly warm I no longer want to drink it.  That is not good for my body and something had to be available to help me get my water in and appease my quest for cold water.  Welcome, Kor.



Kor is a thermal bottle that boasts keeping cold beverages cold for 24 hours and hot beverages hot for 12 hours. Could this really work?


I got to try the Kor Devi.  This vacuum-sealed stainless steel insulated reusable water bottle holds up to 20 ounces of hot or cold beverages.  


So the first time I used it I tried coffee- hot coffee.  On Thursday's I work an early shift and half of my brain is still asleep.  Coffee really keeps me going, but my first break isn't until 11 am and I worry that I will be out of coffee before break time.  I filled my Devi with hot coffee at 6:30 a.m. and when I was ready for my refill at 9:30 a.m. I opened the lid and steam came out... my coffee was the perfect temperature.  Score for Kor!


The second time and each subsequent time since I have been putting just water in my Devi... trying to be better at drinking water and keeping hydrated during the summer.  My whoa is that I don't like anything but very cold water.  I fill my Devi in the morning or the night before- pop it in the fridge and I can tell you from am to pm my water is blissfully cold.  

I am a firm believer that we, as a society, run into products that boast things that they just don't do.  We get disappointed and chalk it up to a bad purchase and move on.  I am tired of moving on and wasting my money.  Despite receiving this at no cost to me to review, I am sold.  I would invest in a Kor's water bottles, because I am impressed with the quality, ease of use, and mostly because it does what it says it will.




Kor's Mission
"Our mission to celebrate and treasure water began by supporting critical causes around ocean protection, watersheds, container recycling and universal water rights. While these water issues looked across the globe, we’re now turning our passion to helping those in most need right here in our local community - the homeless."


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