Posted 11 July 2015 - 04:03 PM
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Posted 11 July 2015 - 04:08 PM
Posted 11 July 2015 - 07:34 PM
My hydro flask just came in. I also got the straw lid to go with it so I don't have to unscrew the lid each time I want to take a drink. Very pleased with it so far. **The dog wasn't as happy with the purchase as evidenced by her unwillingness to take a photo with it**
Posted 12 July 2015 - 09:59 PM
I have three insulated water bottles these days (good when you want to keep your water colder with ice cubes!):
At home a Stainless Steel Ecococoon- http://www.biome.com...4160000977.html
On the bike a Camlebak Podium Big Chill - http://www.camelbak....Chill-25oz.aspx
At work a Camelbak eddy insulated - http://www.camelbak....sulated-6L.aspx
They're all very sturdy, and filling these up with water is a lot kinder for the environment than buying bottled water.
Posted 13 July 2015 - 11:49 AM
Steelworks by SIGG Metro cup for hot beverages.
Polar Bottle 24oz insulated water bottles for biking & hiking.
...and I have several stainless steel water bottles of unknown branding that my girlfriend bought for me, that I use around the house and at work.
Posted 15 July 2015 - 04:04 PM
I'm currently using a Sawyer mini filter and soft pouch, plus a metal bottle from my university days (it's dinged up but it works). Doing temp work in a mall with a suspect water supply. Used to boil the water, but I rather drink cold water on summer days.
Posted 24 May 2016 - 03:02 PM
YoliY Motivational Stainless steel water bottle
I have YoliY Water Bottle and this bottle is great. The color is bright and easy to see. Everyone knows it is mine and I don't worry about it getting mixed up with another. The infinity symbol/logo and the John Muir quote are a sufficient dose of hippie without being too much. The actual bottle itself works great, standard vacuum seal. Hot/cold 12/24 hours the whole deal. Holds 1/4 gallon- very convenient for knowing how much water I need to drink during the day. Overall great product!
This Bottle is on Amazon for just $21.99!
Posted 15 August 2016 - 08:48 PM
Right now, it's pretty unglamorous. Seeing as it is most often with me at work, I want something that I don't mind beating the hell out of, and holds a decent amount. Enter the Gatorade 32 oz! I drink 3-5 of these a day. Cheap, easy and durable.
I keep a Vapur anti-bottle around for sticking in a pocket as needed, and a Brita filter bottle for the car.
Posted 30 May 2017 - 05:56 PM
I had (and still have) a Nalgene bottle that I used every day for a couple of years but being that I commute a lot I got tired of being able to find water but not cold water and ice melts fast here in the deep south. I got a 32oz Hydro Flask on a black Friday sale and have loved it! After dropping it a couple of times while fumbling for my keys I spent the extra $15 on a nice thick clear silicone skin for it (also makes it quieter when setting it down) I have used it for 2+ years and it's great, even with 115 heat index it kept ice for almost a day depending on the temp of the water I was putting in it.
Walmart has a knockoff Hydro Flask but I don't know how well they work.
Posted 28 June 2017 - 05:29 PM
For a long time I would just buy a bottle of water or go to the sink and get a glass (good way to get away from the work desk for a sec) but over the past year I was introduced to what I think are probably the best drink bottles out there, it is if cause the humble Nalgene 1L narrow mouth. I'm rough on my kit, I always have been and I have split, cracked, lost and bunt a few bottles in my time but these guys withstand abuse, I have dropped it several times in the name of testing and still haven't split it. I really love these bottles I now have 3 of them.
Here's a bit of trivia - trivia is useless information - lol.
Now for some more useless information - Nalgene's were originally made to transport dangerous chemicals which is why they are so tough.
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