You’ve gotta see this Define Bottle! Review & giveaway for YOU!

I was sent a Define Bottle to try out & I can’t tell you how many comments I’ve gotten on it thus far!

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I was sent the 17 oz. flip top sport bottle.  I absolutely LOVE it!  I’ve put my typical cucumbers, as I do most days in it the first day I tried it.  From there, I’ve put in strawberries, apples, basil, blueberries, lemon, mint, and a combination of everything.  I haven’t put anything in it that I haven’t absolutely loved yet!   I carry a water bottle with me daily & often put something in my bottle to make it more “exciting”.  I hate when I’m drinking & whatever I’ve put in my bottle moves to the top & then spills water when I drink.  Or, when I use a straw bottle, sometimes the fruit or vegetables get stuck under the straw making it impossible to drink, so I have to take off the top & move the fruit or vegetable that is stuck.  I’m truly a fan of the Define Bottle.  I’m also a firm believer that soda is “poison”.  And, so is Carter Kosler, the 15yr old inventor of the Define bottle.  Read his story below!

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Carter Kostler is a 15-year-old 10th grader from Virginia Beach, Virginia who has taken childhood obesity head on. After learning about the startling statistics of how sugary drinks and soda impact today’s youth, he decided to do something about it. Carter created a fruit-infused water bottle, a product designed with the goal of improving one’s health and was recognized by Entrepreneur Magazine as one of the most brilliant companies of 2013. Carter is proud to have been a national finalist in Michelle Obama’s Partnership for a Healthier America’s End Childhood Obesity Innovation Challenge. Carter’s mission to stamp out obesity and type 2 diabetes has been featured in multiple health and wellness publications including Forbes, Fortune, Entrepreneur and local and national news publications. He continues to support the Alliance for a Healthier Generation and donates a portion of all profits to the Alliance. Carter is active in the community, working with schools and organizations such as the American Diabetes Association.

Pretty impressive for a 15yr old BOY!

You can certainly go online & check them out & purchase one.  However, 1 lucky winner will get a Define bottle sent directly to your home!  To win, simply leave me a note telling me what you’d put in  your Define Bottle.  I’ll pick the one I find to be most intriguing!

Good Luck!


  1. LOVE this story! Thanks for sharing it. I love to mix apple cider vinegar, lemon, berries and a small amount of liquid stevia together. Yum to me! and being a school teacher I can usually expect atleast once a week a student turning over my water bottle that’s sitting on my desk.

  2. Victoria says:

    This is such a neat product! I’d love to mix my water with some delicious culinary lavender I picked up on a recent trip to the west coast…and lemon. (I bought the lavender to make some special tea- which is also amazing!) I might toss a few berries in there for kicks too! YUM!

  3. Lisa Jones says:

    I would love this! There are so many different combinations you could do. I would love to do some orange slices with some slices of fresh ginger.

  4. I would try all sorts of things. I like the idea of the basic. I would also try fruits like raspberry and blueberries. I would do things like cucumber, lemon, and lime. I would also try mint! So cool.

  5. Awesome story! I would do cucumber or mixed berries or lemon/lime!
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  6. What an inspirational young boy! I would probably use it for a cold tea and maybe flavor with turmeric- which is what I use post run to reduce inflammation!
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  7. Definitely depends on my mood but I would primarily reach for fresh herbs like mint and rosemary.

  8. Holly E says:

    I would add strawberries, lemon, and basil.

  9. I would put Strawberries or Raspberries in this bottle.

  10. Krysten says:

    I would put strawberries in the bottle! Yum :)

  11. Rachel R says:

    I was thinking basil, mint, and cucumbers. Love the story behind the bottle.

  12. BreannaS says:

    I love the combinations of lime, lemon, strawberries, and chocolate mint.

  13. I would put watermelon and lime or lemons and limes…

  14. I would put some cucumber in my water, Id try a mix of berries, or water with citrus fruits. Yum

  15. Jennifer says:

    I would put strawberries or a lemon.

  16. Jenna O says:

    I would but strawberries and mint!

  17. Oh wow, these look so great! I’d definitely love to try one out with strawberries and lemon or mint and limes, so fun!
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