Why Retap?

The Retap bottle is especially designed to give you the best drinking experience. Comfortable to hold, sealed against spilling and award winning design ensures you will enjoy every sip. Whether you prefer your water filtered or straight from the tap, refilling a reusable bottle is easy, inexpensive, and the most eco-friendly way to drink water.


We encourage drinking water from the tap using a Retap Bottle. The bottle can easily be cleaned and refilled with tap water over and over again.

Scandanavian design

Simple and functional design. The Retap Bottle is made of extra strong, lightweight and sustainable glass. Produced in the EU

Guaranteed for 5-years

Each of our Retap bottles come with a 5-year guarantee, this extends to breakages.

Retap bottles

Our Retap bottles come in 3 different sizes 300ml, 500ml and 800ml.

300ml Retap

For the occasional drinker

500ml Retap

For the moderate drinker

800ml Retap

For the non-stop drinker

Charities that we support

We currently donate 50% of our yearly profits to four charities, these are: Greenpeace, Water Aid, Keep Britain Tidy and Unicef. If you would like us to support other charities please get in touch with us. You can find out more about our supported charities below


We defend the natural world and promote peace by investigating, exposing and confronting environmental abuse, and championing environmentally responsible solutions Find out more at Greanpeace

Water Aid

Everything we do is about getting safe water, sanitation and hygiene to everyone everywhere by 2030. We deliver services and make change happen. We tackle the reasons why millions of the world’s poorest people live Read more...

Keep Britain Tidy

Keep Britain Tidy has been working to keep our country clean for nearly 60 years. We were formed more than half century ago by The National Federation of Women’s Institutes.  Inspired to take action because Read more...


We live in a dangerous world where millions of children are suffering and dying unnecessarily. This is wrong and it has to change. We focus on five big dangers children face in the world today: Read more...