“Brandless Water” is a new company capitalizing on the crowded bottled water marketplace.
The idea behind Brandless is to find a distinction between over-branded logos and user-submitted designs. The Brandless bottles are ultra-minimalist. They only feature a small barcode design for scanning purposes in store.
Shown to the left are three of the most popular models – Dumbells, Giving The Finger, and Super Mario Pipe.
The Brandless website is equally plain and minimalist. However prices for the bottles of water start at $2.99, so someone is probably earning a decent profit.
As far as consumer advocacy, I guess it’s one step above ‘Tap’d‘ – the water company that literally bottles and markets New York City’s delicious tap water. But personally, I’ll always be a Fred man, myself.
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