SIGG SIGGnature Bottle 0.6L

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With Sigg's durability and trusted, leak-proof screw-cap design, the 20-ounce (. 6L) Siggnature Water Bottle allows you to take along clean, cold water anywhere you go. Thanks to its oversized design, the screw top is easy to grip and features a heavy-duty rubber seal to ensure you can toss the Siggnature bottle in with the rest of your stuff and not suffer a flood.


SIGG has been designing and manufacturing water bottles since 1908 in their own factory in Switzerland - one of the greenest countries on the planet. In their continuing effort to raise the standard for environmental performance, SIGG recently upgraded all their quality procedures and processes. As a result, SIGG can say with even more confidence all ingredients used in their products are in conformance with both European and U.S. regulatory requirements. They are also certified free of harmful chemicals. Furthermore, all ingredients inside SIGG bottles are free of any volatile organic compounds (VOC's), Phthalates, BADGE, BFDGE, and NOGE.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

On Sale. Sigg SIGGnature Bottles The SIGGnature Bottle by Sigg is a hydration accessory for the loving. Sigg water bottles are made for a long life, that will for sure save the environment from more of those plastic throw-away-s. The SIGGnature is made from recyclable aluminum and is BPA free. I totally need one of these for camp next year. FEATURES of the SIGGnature Bottle by Sigg: Made out of Aluminum .6 liters

- Moosejaw

SIGG SIGGnature Bottle 0.6L


The SIGGnature Bottle 0.6L has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$11.52 - $12.99

The SIGG SIGGnature Bottle 0.6L is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 27, 2014 at

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