Horizon Thermo Bottle

Design by: Natacha Poutoux & Sacha Hourcade

Collection: Horizon


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Vacuum Insulated stainless steel bottle (17 fl. oz)

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– Insulated stainless steel bottle
– 17 fl. oz / 500 ml capacity
– Double-wall vacuum insulation
– Keeps liquids hot for 12h / cold for 24h
– Leakproof
– Built-in clip
– 18/8 Stainless steel
– BPA-Free
– For all beverages
– Do not dishwash
– Do not microwave

– Materials : Stainless steel – ABS.
– Dimensions : Ø2.9 x 9.65” – Ø7,6 x 24,5cm
– Weight : 0.64 lbs – 290 g

image Stay hydrated in style

Stay hydrated in style

Horizon Thermo Bottle is the must-have reusable thermal bottle to stay hydrated in style while reducing your environmental impact, whether you’re on the go, at home or in the office.

image Designed for all day hydration

Designed for all day hydration

Featuring a large 500 ml / 17 fl. oz capacity, double-wall vacuum insulation and a 18/8 food grade stainless steel interior, Horizon Thermo Bottle keeps you liquid cold for 24h and hot for 12h.

image Take your favorite drinks anywhere

Take your favorite drinks anywhere

Hermetic and condensation-free, Horizon Thermo Bottle has been design for both indoor and outdoor usage, featuring a handy hook handle that makes it easy to carry around or clip to your backpack.

Natacha Poutoux & Sacha Hourcade

natacha.sacha. is a global design studio founded in Paris in 2018, leading projects at the interface of industrial design, furniture, service design and architecture. natacha. sacha. was created by Natacha Poutoux and Sacha Hourcade, two designers trained at ENSCI Les ateliers and then in international studios such as India Mahdavi, Stefan Diez and Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec. Their work aims at the economy of means ; it is characterized by careful research around clean, discreet and functional forms with the aim of simplifying the reading and use of the object, while using a minimum of resources. The studio has been awarded with numerous prizes such as the Grand Prix de la Création de Paris in 2019, the Rising Talents Prize at Maison & Objet in 2020, and named as finalist at the James Dyson Award in 2018. In 2021, the two designers are launching an ambitious research project to think about ways to produce more sustainably in the technology industry during a residency at Villa Kujoyama in Japan.