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Klean Kanteen introduces TKWide

Continuing its fight against single-use plastic with its range of stainless steel re-useable drinkware, the Klean Kanteen brand (from Whitby & Co in the UK) is introducing the TKWide to the UK.

Above: Versatile: Klean Kanteen’s TK Wide.
Above: Versatile: Klean Kanteen’s TK Wide.

The travel cup features advance thermal insulation, trademarked closure technology and an award-winning ‘Climate Lock’.

Garry Woodhouse, sales and marketing director at Whitby & Co explains: “This is a fantastic, thoughtfully designed vessel delivering cutting edge thermal technology. They’ve replaced our traditional external thread closure system on our lids and bottles with a revolutionary internal thread design that makes it easier to clean whilst also creating a stronger insulated barrier inside your Kanteen.” He also highlights “new features such as the four interchangeable leak-proof caps”

Garry concludes: “The consumption of single-use plastic and the effect they have on the planet has been brought sharply into focus, and as a result we’re seeing more and more people looking for alternatives.

Klean Kanteen has been leading the fight against single-use plastic since 2004 and we’re delighted to bring yet another innovation to market.”

 

Top: Klean Kanteen’s new wide drinking vessel on the move.

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