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The best children’s water bottles for on-the-go hydration

Featuring five leak-proof, dishwasher-safe drinking devices

1

Snug flask

Snug kids’ flask

Snug’s insulated thermos-style water bottle keeps drinks hot or cold. The lid flips opens at the push of a button to reveal a straw; it comes in a range of colourful designs; and being made from stainless steel, it will withstand hard knocks.

2

Tinc Tonkin blue drinks bottle

Tinc Tonkin blue drinks bottle

The Tinc Tonkin holds half a litre, making it on the larger side of kids’ bottles. It has a sturdy clip-and-lock mechanism that keeps it leak-proof, and comes with a useful carry loop.

3

CamelBak Eddy+ kids’ water bottle

CamelBak Eddy+ kids’ water bottle

This attractive bottle is lightweight and holds up to 400ml; it has a simple flip mechanism with a straw, and is pretty durable. Resistant to stains and odours, it can also go in the dishwasher.

4

Ion8 leak-proof kids’ water bottle

Ion8 leak-proof kids’ water bottle

The width of a drinks can, this leak-proof bottle can fit into a lunchbox, pocket or backpack. It comes in 17 different colours, and has a soft feel that makes it easy to grip.

5

Lassig water bottle

Lassig water bottle

Made from stainless steel, this 500ml dishwasher-safe bottle is less likely to get broken than plastic versions – although no less likely to get lost.

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