People think I drink only Kool-Aid and sodie pop because I'm immature and unrefined, but really it's because water is such a yawn. I need the excitement and intrigue of carbonation and colors insulting to nature in my beverages. However, I am willing to give the Flavor-It water bottle a chance to impress me with its essence-infusing tomfoolery.
Fitted with a vented plastic tube, removable for filling with the likes of lemons, limes, strawberries, cucumbers, and mint, the Flavor-It makes drinking water a far less unpleasant chore, and dramatically reduces the risk of inadvertently sucking down a lemon seed. The bottle is made of glass, which I find somewhat inconvenient in terms of increased weight and the inevitability that I am going to drop it on a hard surface, but I guess it's OK since now they say plastic drinking vessels cause cancer.
Flavor-It infusers hold 20 ounces of water, and come in all the same colors of the things you are likely to fill them with. With the exception of gray. I don't think there's any gray food I want permeating my water. And if I saw gray food particulates in there, I would definitely go back to the Kool-Aid and sodie. For good.