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oh d-d-d-dear. presenting the most nervous little pig from hundred acre wood — in reusable bottle form!
Piglet would be far too nervous to ever let a drop of water spill, and he has that in common with this reusable bottle. it’s triple-walled and vacuum-insulated to keep your beverages cold or hot for hours, and like Piglet and his bestie Pooh, it will always be by your side when you need it.
the best part? in just 15 uses, you will have offset the environmental cost of using your Piglet ceramic reusable bottle, meaning places like hundred acre wood will remain beautiful forevermore
we ship to australia, new zealand, the UK, europe and the US. there are different delivery service guidelines for each region’s mail carrier so if you’re experiencing any delivery issues or delays, we encourage you to contact your mail carrier directly, as they’ll be best placed to assist. for more information, please visit our FAQ page.
we’ll replace any reusable that’s damaged on arrival. exchanges for undamaged/unused reusables can be made within 14 days of receiving the reusable, and must be returned with proof of purchase. monogrammed or printed reusables cannot be returned due to change of mind.
enjoy a 12 month warranty period from date of purchase. damaged reusables can either be repaired, replaced or refunded (whole/partial). the reusable must be returned with proof of purchase. warranty is void if the reusable has been incorrectly used or cared for.
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from morning coffee to evening clean, our clever one-handed push-button lid won’t spill.
triple-walled and vacuum-insulated to keep your beverage hot or cold for hours.
BPA free, FDA and EU approved safe materials and recyclable at end of life.
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