These Pastel Insulated Tumblers Are Only P999 Each and We Want Them All
They come in six chic shades!
(SPOT.ph) They say that change is a part of life, but 2020 gave us change multiplied by the hundreds, packed up in a big sack, and thrown right at our heads. That being said, it's hard not to feel some mini bursts of grief over small, trivial things that once brought you so much joy and are now so far out of reach: picking up a fast food snack on the way home from work, walking around malls for no good reason, catching late movie screenings on the fly, you get the gist. However, we find that one way to stay sane is to celebrate the small things in life that have managed to stay the same: watching movie marathons on the couch, concocting messy kitchen experiments out of every leftover you can find, and even just getting to lug your tumbler all around wherever you go—even when it's just from the living room to the kitchen. It's not much, but we'll take it.
We'll admit that sometimes these small sources of happiness can lose their spark, but as with most things in life, it's up to you to keep them exciting. For example, you can add some life to your tumbler obsession and (believe it or not) get yourself excited to stay hydrated at home by shopping a brand new bottle that you can't help but sip on all day long. Kool's new insulated bottles could be just the tumblers to do the job—don't worry, they're only P999 each.
These double-walled, vacuum-insulated tumblers promise to keep your beverages cold for up to 24 hours and hot for up to 12. Each bottle features a sleek, minimalist design and monochromatic colorway. They’re available in six shades so you can choose whichever one would best suit your style. Plus, they each come with a removable silicone bumper on the bottom to protect your precious bottle from dents and scratches. Not to mention, they’d make great Christmas gifts!
Here's a closer look at each of the colors:
Kool's Insulated Bottles are available online.
For more information, log on to Kool's Instagram page.
In case you're tired of carrying your favorite tumbler around inside your house, why not take it with you on your next outdoor trip? Check out our list of gorgeous glamping spots in the Philippines so you can plan your next adventure ASAP:
Rates start at P6,000
Domescape houses five geodesic domes fit for various group sizes from four to 12. They all come with air-conditioning, a mini-fridge, kettle heaters, microwave oven, humidifier and a private natural swimming pool beside the dome. Dome 5, one of the domes in the property, can fit six people and even has a private loft if you need more space.
Camp Bernardino De Lavigan
Governor Generoso, Davao Oriental
Rates start at P2,250
Camp Bernardino De Lavigan rests in the hilly terrain of Davao Oriental and right by the coast of Governor Generoso, which is a five-hour drive away from Davao City. It has two spots for glamping: South Camp, where the Deluxe (P4,500) and Standard Tents (P2,250) are located; and East Camp, where you can find the Family (P9,600) and Superior Tents (P11,600) that can fit up to 10 people. The resort also has a diving shop with PADI-certified divers for when you want to explore the underwater world through snorkeling or freediving. Kayaks, stand-up paddle board, and big boats are also available for rent.