Summer is upon us, meaning more time for walking to work, working-out and getting in some serious sweat time. Introducing the new glacéau smartwater sports cap bottle (850ml) that offers the perfect partner for on-the-go hydration.
Hitting UK shores this week, glacéau smartwater sports cap is already becoming the arm candy of Hollywood’s glitterati - from film and football stars to reality TV royalty - who take their hydration seriously. It’s the perfect active accessory to flip out for your workout. From spinning or sprinting, to pilates or powerplates - nothing beats the clean, crisp taste of glacéau smartwater.
glacéau smartwater is the only bottled water in the UK that vapour distils British spring water. It is this unique process - plus a combination of electrolytes - that creates a refreshing taste.
From brainstorm to boot camp and back again, glacéau smartwater is the hydration hero for those who live a ‘hectic-24/7-digital-crazy-login-logout-everything-always-connected’ lifestyle.
Bobby Brittain, Marketing Director at
From 30 May, glacéau smartwater is available nation-wide in an 850ml sports bottle – so there’s no excuse for not picking one up.
glacéau smartwater is also available as 600ml screwcap.
Notes to Editors:
About glacéau smartwater:
glacéau smartwater is the first ever bottled water brand in the UK to use a unique method of vapour distillation, using British spring water in its evaporation, condensation, and precipitation process. A combination of electrolytes is then added resulting in a taste that’s distinctly crisp, clean and fresh. glacéau smartwater is available in 600ml and 850ml bottles across the UK.
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