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Win a £50 Trekkit voucher with the New Trekitt Water Bottle - All Profits go to Longtown Mountain Rescue

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What is the NEW Trekitt Bottle?

This stunning bottle is made from Pro-Grade stainless steel with Hydro Flask's own TempShield double wall insulated technology, ensuring your drink stays hot for a whopping 12 hours and cold for 24 hours. The material of the bottle guarantees no flavour transfer (your water won't taste like metal) and is also BPA and Phthalate free. Just to top it off, it's leakproof, easy to clean and will fit in most car cup holders.

How does it raise money for Longtown Mountain Rescue?

Trekitt donates all of the profits from the sale of each bottle directly to Longtown Mountain Rescue Team

How can you earn £50?

For those of you who don't know, every month we are giving one lucky person a £50 Promo Code to use on our website just for sending us a picture of their bottle.

To win, all you need to do is:

  1. Buy your very own bottle here.
  2. Take your Trekitt water bottle out on your adventures (no matter how big or small).
  3. Post a picture of your bottle with the Trekitt logo clearly visible on our Facebook Page with a short description.
  4. Wait until the end of the month.

The picture with the most amount of likes on our Facebook page at the end of the month will win! Tip: Get as many of your friends as you can to like your picture!

Trekitt Water Bottle

Terms and Conditions:

You may enter as many times as you like each month. The £50 Promo Code may only be used on the Trekitt website and is valid for one use only. You may not exchange the Promo Code for a cash amount. The Promo Code will be valid for 12 months from the date of issue and may be used on any item on the Trekitt website (although we do discourage the use of Promo Codes to buy Trekitt Bottles as the profits raise money for Longtown Mountain Rescue).

More information Trekitt

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