Reviewed by ex bso from GA on Monday, February 21, 2011
I use this bottle to cool water to near freezing for home consumption. I wanted to be sure to get a bottle that would not leach chemicals into the water, and that would not burst if I forgot to remove it from the freezer, and it servers these purposes. Some reviewers have complained that it does not...
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Reviewed by Jimmy from Mountain House, CA on Wednesday, November 5, 2014
I was in the market for a durable water bottle that could take abuse. The bottle is well constructed, fairly light weight, and the 32oz capacity is nice. Another nice feature is the rubber bottom. The rubber keeps the bottle well grounded to the surfaces I place it on. The reason I gave it four stars is because the inside appears to have a clear coating applied to it (I'm not completely positive) and it had a funny smell that took about a month to diminish even after several washes. Overall, I am satisfied with the purchase.
Reviewed by Mountain Mama from Cripple Creek, Colorado on Wednesday, November 20, 2013
My husband works at a mine and needed a water bottle that was heavy duty and could survive his day. This one is perfect. It holds a large amount of water. Also, he likes the screw-on lid. With this lid, there is no exposed spout to get dirty with debris. This bottle was exactly what we were looking for.
Reviewed by Frank from Kansas City on Thursday, October 3, 2013
This is one bottle I will not be taking backpacking. When it's empty it feels about a third full. It's that heavy. On the other hand, unless something happens to the plastic cap, this bottle is going to be with us for quite a while.
Reviewed by Jason Andersen from Portland, OR on Thursday, July 11, 2013
I bought this water bottle to keep in my backpack for hiking and bike trips. The bottle is extremely sturdy. It's basically a stainless steel bottle covered with a rubberized plastic coating. It has a wide mouth, and the lid is very waterproof (hasn't leaked once, even on bumpy bike rides in my waterproof pack). The string attaches to a rotating ring that holds the lid on, so it doesn't get tangled when you rotate the top. It is fairly light for steel, not much heavier than a Nalgene. I read a few complaints that the bottle sweats when you store cold liquid in it. I have definitely found this to be true, but I use it to transport room temperature water anyway, so I don't mind it.