Water Bottle: First Impressions of New Zealand, Captain Cook 1769
High quality, stainless steel travel water bottle.
Inspired by sights seen by Captain Cook and Joseph Banks during Cook's first voyage to New Zealand in 1769.
The botanist Sir Joseph Banks accompanied Cook. He collected hundreds of New Zealand plants. The voyage made him a world famous. He made Kew the world's leading botanical gardens.
Discover delightful details. See a Maori warrior and war canoe (waka). Spot Cook's ship Endeavour. Admire nikau palm trees and the flowers of New Zealand Clematis paniculata (Puawhananga) and Clianthus maximus (kakabeak).
The finer details:
- Made from stainless steel which is stronger and healthier than aluminium or plastic
- Leak resistant screw top lid. Flip up sipper. Loop handle makes it easy to tie onto bags.
- Drink while bottle vertical (no need to tilt)
- Wide neck for easy filling and washing
- Perfect size for carrying on a day out. 500ml / 17 fl. oz. 210mm high, 73mm diameter. 150g.
- Hard wearing finish to the art work
- Strong, steel construction. Extensively tested by our team whilst mountain walking, visiting the beach, shopping, flying and in school lunch boxes.
- Stylish, environmentally friendly, minimal packaging avoids waste
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