The new-look bottle can be personalised (Picture: ITV)
Love Island is just around the corner and now the show’s iconic water bottles are back – only this time, they look a little different.
Ever since the show returned in 2017, the bottles have been almost as popular as the dating show itself and they’ve had a summer transformation ahead of the latest series.
The new design has now been revealed in time for new singletons entering the villa, showing a slimmer design and a white matte finish as the accessories get an upgrade.
The double walled stainless steel body means they can be used for hot and cold drinks, in case you fancy a few bevs in the sun or a morning cup of tea.
Users just need to twist on the flip straw lid for cold and hook the carabiner lid for something hot.
Will van Rest, ITV Director of Games, Live & Merchandise said: ‘The Love Island Water Bottle is one of the most recognisable items on any TV show and has been a runaway success with viewers.
The show is finally back after a long delay (Picture: ITV)
The new design replaces the clear Love Island water bottle (Picture: PrezzyBox)
‘This year we’ve given them a refresh and they’ll be back in the Villa and available for fans to purchase to welcome back the show of the summer.’
The new design seemed to go down well with fans on social media, although not everyone seemed to love it.
‘Wow they had a good glow up,’ one said, while another added: ‘Absolutely NEED one of these!’
One unimpressed viewer said: ‘Not a big fan tbh.’
Is the new design an improvement? Have your say below.
Love Island shop: How to get bottles and other merchandise
Laura Whitmore will return to host the series later this month (Picture: Rex)
The new bottle can be bought – and personalised – from loveislandshop.co.uk and the programme’s app.
Tote bags, washbags, robes, large and cabin-sized suitcases, baby bottles and phone cases will also be available from the site as the show returns this year.
When does Love Island 2021 start?
Love Island is returning to our screens this summer and it’s now been confirmed that the show will return to ITV2 on Monday June 28.
It’s been a long time coming, but after a long delay the programme will be back on ITV2 after being cancelled due to the pandemic in 2020.