The SIGG X Moomin drinking bottle features a lovely illustration of the Moomin family and their friends going for a dip in the lake, having built a diving board on the shore. The blue kids’ water bottle is made of aluminium and has a convenient no-spill cap with a protective lid that prevents sand and dirt from getting on the mouth of the bottle when playing outside. In addition to picnics, 0.4 litre water bottle easily fits in the backpack whether traveling, doing sports or going to school or kindergarten.

The SIGG X Moomin children’s drinking bottle is made from a single aluminium component, and thus has no seams at all that could leak. The flask also has SIGG's patented chemical-free inner coating, which allows the water bottle to be used safely for milk, citrus juices or even carbonated drinks without absorbing any odours or flavours. The lightweight and durable aluminium water bottles are manufactured in Switzerland. The eco-friendly, reusable bottles are completely BPA- and phthalate-free.


SIGG X Moomin drinking bottle, 0,4 L, Swimming


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19.7 cm
6.6 cm
0.4 l
0.112 kg
Easy-open spill-proof child cap. CO2 leak proof.
Care instructions
Hand wash

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