Laken superbraces arrive in Italy (and are a great solution on board)


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Starting today, Laken aluminum and stainless steel flasks, bottles and containers will be available in Italy, distributed by I.GO.

Laken is a Spanish company that, since 1912 to be precise, has been making bottles, flasks, and other reusable containers from the latest aluminum, stainless steel, and plastic, of the highest quality and durability, offering maximum thermal efficiency and carefully thought-out design. These are perfect products for shipboard life, especially if you want to say “no” to single-use plastic. A wide range of reusable products that covers a wide variety of hydration needs as well as those of food transportation and maintaining thermicity.

All of Laken’s products are manufactured to the highest quality standards, from raw materials to processing. All products are guaranteed free of BPA, phthalates and other harmful substances.



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