Flaska is a reusable glass water bottle which will help you to care of your health as well as the environment. It is made from glass and programmed using the TPS procedure. A bottle programmed this way changes the water’s vibrational structure.
The Flaska glass water bottle is available in two sizes (0.5l and 0.75l). Because it is made from glass, it has been protected by protective sleeves made from neoprene, silicone, cork or cotton. Due to high quality protective sleeves individuals living an active life style can use Flaska on the go.
Glass is slowly making its way back into our daily lives. Once again, we have become aware of its advantages for health and the environment. Glass won’t leach any harmful substances or smells or aromas into our beverages or food. This is why quality cosmetics, wine, oil, food supplements and medication containers are usually glass. From the sustainability point of view, glass is the soundest choice due to its high recycling rate, as it is reused to manufacture products of equal quality.
Flaska bottles are made in a glass factory in Florence, Italy. The attractive Italian design has been further enhanced by high breaking resistance. This will ensure you will actively use Flaska for a long time to come. The protective sleeves produced from various materials will ensure your bottle withstands the everyday accidents, thus making it your companion everywhere you go.
We found glass to be the most logical material for water bottles – it doesn’t put your health at risk, helps protect the environment and enables you to live an active lifestyle. That is why Flaska is made from glass!
On its way from the spring to the tap, water travels through long straight pipes made from different materials — lead, asbestos, plastic, etc. This is not water’s natural environment, as water normally flows across different types of rock and through different layers of soil. Substances with which water comes into contact have a vibrational effect on the water, and this vibrational effect can be imprinted onto it for a certain period of time — coherent domains of water molecules resonate with this vibration for a longer period of time. The same thing happens in bottles or water dispensers in which water is stationary for a longer period of time.
With the Flaska bottle, we bring the vibrational structure of water closer to the structure of spring water, i.e. water in its natural environment – this is called water structuring. Using TPS (technology of programming silicon), a vibrational programme consisting of various kinds of information from nature is imprinted into the glass.