Van Gogh Museum 50 Years - 500ML
Show your love for art with the Van Gogh Museum 50 Years bottle from the IZY x Art Collection, while you can enjoy your favorite hot or cold drink carefree. This artistic bottle, inspired by the famous artwork, represents your passion for the art within the various collaborations of this collection.
- Ordered before 13:00 on working days, shipped the same day
- Free shipping above €30.00
- Track order with tracking number
- Order does not fit through letterbox
30 days reflection period
Which drinks can be used in the IZY Bottle?
Almost everything is possible in an IZY Bottle! Both cold drinks such as water, lemonade, milk, carbonated drinks & alcoholic drinks (beer, wine cocktails) and hot drinks such as coffee, tea & soup can be put in an IZY Bottle. Make sure that you do not fill the bottle completely with carbonated drinks. The pressure that builds up in the bottle can cause tampering when opening the bottle.
Can an IZY Bottle go in the fridge, freezer or microwave?
No! And due to the double-walled construction of an IZY Bottle, the outside temperature will not affect the temperature of your drink. In addition, a refrigerator, freezer or microwave can damage the vacuum function of an IZY Bottle. Do you want extra cold water in your IZY Bottle? Then either put some ice in the bottle, or put your water in the fridge before you put it in your IZY Bottle.
Can an IZY Bottle go in the dishwasher?
No, an IZY Bottle is not dishwasher safe. This can damage the vacuum function of the bottle, and the paint could come off. That is why we recommend cleaning the bottle with warm water and soapy water. If you want to thoroughly clean the bottle once, you can do this by adding a little vinegar to your warm water.
We donate drinking water
Together with our partners from Made Blue, we donate 500 liters of clean drinking water per sale.
We are against plastic
For every IZY Bottle used, 150 plastic bottles are avoided per year.
We are CO2 neutral
Sustainability is the most important thing to us. That is why we compensate our emitted CO2.