S’well

by on October 8, 2013

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I drink a lot of water. Even the best restaurant servers struggle to keep my glass filled. But if I don’t have water in front of me, I don’t drink it. In college I would refill Smartwater bottles with tap water and take them to class (that’s the real smart water), but at some point the good habit ended and I’ve reverted back to drinking very little water on some days and gallons on other days. Maybe a good bottle would get me back on track. That’s exactly what S’well offers. They’re a New York, NY based company that sells bottles “crafted composed of non-leaching and non-toxic 18/8 stainless steel, that keeps your drinks cold for 24 hours and hot for 12.”

All’s S’well That Ends Well

While a good water bottle is always better than a bad water bottle, you’re really going to have to offer something special to charge between $25 and $45 like S’well does. S’well stands out from its competition by offering bottles that are durably constructed, well insulated (so you can carry any kind of hot or cold beverage), and made with eco-friendly materials. More importantly, the bottles look really cool. If that’s enough, S’well also donates a significant portion of their sales (as high as 10% on some product lines) to non-profits. S’well doesn’t have its own Careers page, but right now they’re looking for a Paid Sales Intern.

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