A canteen, a glass bottle, or a plastic water bottle is supposed to be trivial things since water containment shouldn't be a rocket science. However, because of the limitations of such containers (glass breaks, canteens can easily be lost, and even the supposedly indestructible PET bottle has an expiration date because the chemical that makes it shatterproof, BPA, is released when it decomposes, contaminating water), promotional CamelBaks of the water bottle variety are in order. The CamelBak Better bottles, in particular, are renowned for their environment-friendliness (which is just shorthand for them not containing poisonous BPA that could contaminate your water if your water bottle just happened to expire). They're also no-spill bottles, which mean they're perfect for drinking (water) and driving.
The Many Virtues of Going the CamelBak Route
* The CamelBak Better is renowned for its flip, bite, and sip mouthpiece design, which you might've seen in order canteens and portable water containers for people on the go. This technology for promotional CamelBaks allows people who are too busy to stop what they're doing to get a drink to get their nourishment even in the middle of activities that require a lot of movement, such as jogging, hiking, mountain climbing, and whatever it is you need to do. It's the bottle you can drink while you're on the move, in short.
* Even when the flip lock of the CamelBak better is open, it won't spill any liquid on you and whatnot. Rather, to access these fluids, you'll need to bite and sip, otherwise, there's no spill, which is handy in the outdoors. Speaking of promotional CamelBaks, these many water bottle variants are actually available for the sake of consumer gifts. You can promote whatever "fun run" or local marathon you're organizing with a bit of complimentary CamelBaks or CamelBaks for sale, while CamelBak itself can serve as your sponsor.
* The CamelBak brand of bottles is also renowned for having stainless steel variants and using BPA-free plastic. Back in the day, the only way to make plastic bottles shatterproof was to include BPA into their composition. However, BPA decomposes, releasing itself into the water contained within a decaying bottle. An environment-friendly bottle like the ones made by CamelBak, ergo, is BPA-free.