Reviewed by beautifulRain from Westminster, MD on Monday, November 08, 2010
There's not much to say about this, it's a water bottle. However, it definitely has not leaked which is a big plus. Fairly easy to clean if you have a bottle brush (not hard to find if you don't have one). Love the design which has not chipped or otherwise degraded in appearance like some other s...
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Reviewed by ec drinker from Michigan on Thursday, August 29, 2013
Best water bottles ever. Water always taste like water unlike other bottles that somehow taint the taste. Drop it, run over it, roll it down a mountain as long as you can get the top screwed back on you're good to go. I always have a sigg bottle with me. You never know when you'll need some water.
Reviewed by Eric P from Connecticut on Monday, June 03, 2013
Im impressed with the two Sigg bottles we bought for the kids. The bottles are very lightweight, well crafted, and are ideal for school, hiking, or any sport. I would definitely buy more when I need to replace other older water bottles.
Reviewed by Lady London from Europe on Sunday, April 21, 2013
Bought these for years including from STP. They hold up, don't leak. The occasional ding only adds to its personality ! Just a tip for those who thought some of their lids might not fit exactly on these. When you close the lid, first insert it then turn it into the opening as though you were OPENING the lid - yes this is turning it a few times in the "wrong" direction. You will find this squares the lid in the bottle and has a much better chance of giving you a perfect screw-in when you then stay there are screw it closed in the "right" direction after first having gone in the "wrong" direction. Difficult to describe, but these don't leak and Sigg would change the lid for you in a heartbeat if it did. This way just gets you the best possible closure if you want to be sure.
The lining of the bottle will determine if it is BPA free. If it is a golden metallic looking liner then it is the old liner, if it is smooth and more of one color then it is the new liner. Not all of the bottles are labeled BPA free as it is the standard now to be that way.
Answered on 7/21/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
The front of the colors (08) and (09) are that logo, it has black writing on the other side that states: (08) "Friends don't let friends drink from plastic" and (09) is "Reusable Bottle and Proud of it".
Answered on 5/26/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post