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PORTLAND, Ore. — After a successful launch of their first bottle, the Bivo One, the Portland based bottle brand has debuted the Bivo One Raw—a brushed stainless steel version of their flagship water bottle. The primary difference between the two models is that the Raw lacks the silicone coating found on bottles in the rest of the line. This “raw” look leaves a crisp and modern silver finish. It also allows the bottle to feel like a traditional stainless steel water bottle in hand and shaves off 11g of weight.
“We pursued the Bivo One Raw after recognizing how important raw steel is becoming in the cycling industry,” says Bivo co-founder Robby Ringer. “For those looking for a clean and simple stainless steel bottle that still offers our high-flow technology the Bivo One Raw will be a great way to experience the bottle.”
Like the Bivo One, the Bivo One Raw is a 21 ounce stainless steel non-insulated bottle designed for use on and off the bike. Using Bivo’s proprietary nozzle system the bottle achieves an exceptional flow rate, comparable if not better than that of a plastic bike bottle when squeezed. The Bivo Raw one is available at drinkbivo.com for $29.
For more information please visit www.drinkbivo.com or contact Danny Kuzio at firstname.lastname@example.org.