Insulated Water Bottle Advice

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Insulated Water Bottle Advice

Postby RickM » Wed Jun 05, 2013 12:25 pm

I lost my great water bottle last weekend (had to cross a bumpy 4-lane road and did not feel the challenge to turn around to get it). I believe it was a Tefal or so, worked fine.

Any tips on which one to get? Naturally, I want one that keeps my water as cold as possible. Yes, water is the main content I carry, sometimes I add electrolyte to it.

Thanks for any input. I checked Amazon, there are many out there, many with good reviews, I thought especially our Arizona Desert Foxes have good advice.
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Insulated Water Bottle Advice

Postby BoomerBrian » Wed Jun 05, 2013 12:40 pm

The insulated camelback bottles are awesome.


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Re: Insulated Water Bottle Advice

Postby maliciouspete » Thu Jun 06, 2013 4:17 am

+1 on the camelback insulated bottles
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Re: Insulated Water Bottle Advice

Postby tigris99 » Sat Jun 08, 2013 3:58 pm

I have a couple of the polar bottle and love them.

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Re: Insulated Water Bottle Advice

Postby wa_desert_rat » Sat Jun 08, 2013 5:51 pm

Try Clean Bottle. This is a relatively new US company that makes a bicycle water bottle that you can clean from both ends (both ends unscrew). Apparently the guy got tired of having slimy stuff in the corners of his water bottle. REI has them via the web but I don't know who else.

http://cleanbottle.com/

Edit: they also devote 10% of their profits to eco and cycling charities that you can vote for on their website. Their standard bottle is $9.95 with lifetime guarantee. Not sure if it's insulated. I think I'll buy 3 of 'em now that I'm on their website. :mrgreen:

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