Calling all Pollinator lovers, you can now save a tired Bee or Butterfly with this one-of-a-kind Bee revival keychain! Filled with a sugar water solution that is housed in a refillable glass bottle, you can easily attach to your car keys or backpack!
Once the bottle is empty, follow the simple instructions to refill & continue on your journey of saving our pollinators!
Inside the strong aluminum shell sits a bottle made from shock resistant borosilicate glass, sealed with a natural cork top. Gift a bee lover, a friend, or simply treat yourself to prepare for your unplanned encounter with a cutie bee.
How to use: Simply remove the glass bottle from the aluminum shell by unscrewing it. Remove the cork and tap the bottle, releasing a few small drops of solution beside the tired bee. Once empty, you can purchase a refill or refill with your own homemade sugar water. If you choose to refill with your own solution, rinse the bottle and replace the liquid daily.
Made from post consumer waste with pulp that has not been bleached. Produced and printed using environmentally friendly vegetable inks.
Designed and assembled in Exeter, UK.
I unfortunately encounter a lot of distressed bees on my walks in the Los Angeles South Bay. This has been an absolute game-changer. The bees are eager to drink the solution. It makes me feel a lot less helpless. I wish more people would realize how important these bees are to our survival.
It sure how practical it is but it’s cute. It’s a Christmas present that I bought in October - so I have awhile to know.
Gave me black instead of gold
Hi Steven, we apologize for this mix up! Please send us an email or chat with your order number and i'd be happy to send you the correct color.
I’m the type of person who will get a spider out of the house instead of allowing to be squashed and will move worms off the sidewalk and into the grass so they don’t get stepped on, so having the Bee Revival Kit gives me one more way to help the little guys in this world. It’s so cool looking and easy for me to have on hand wherever I am. Hopefully I won’t have to use it, but I’m ready if I do need to!