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This bottle is light but strong. It keeps water pretty cool.
It's a useful product for travellers or people who usually roam around a lot.
Nice quality as well, go for it.
The cap plastic is worst quality.. and plastic particles keep falling off from screw cap in your water when u close and open the cap.
Thank you for your feedback :) Apologies that you were not fully satisfied with our quality.
Parul, I will pass this onto our developers so we can provide a better product next time. Additionally, we would request you to please bring back the product to the store so our team can check it. If it's a genuine manufacturing defect, we can exchange/return the same for you.
Hope this helps!
Mountain Sports Commercial Director/Buyer - Australia
Good quality product
Works as a primary or the backup bottle for your hike or trek or camping or any kind of off roading. Though, I strongly suggest you use an insulation cover for keeping things hot or cold as aluminum permits heat exchange. If you have a plastic bottle or hydration pack for hydration, I suggest you carry this trusty, featherweight bottle. The design is efficient and slips into molle holders or standard backpack holders. It can also give you the added advantage of boiling water in case of emergencies for preparing meals or water purification if you are into outdoor sports being made of aluminum.
Con: The mouth of the bottle is not standard to bottle purifiers used by a lot of trekkers and wildlife watchers, like lifestraw or sawyer for instance. This WONT FIT YOUR FILTER. Sadly, that's a little disappointing for me, that's why the 4 stars. But, other than that its perfect.
It became my day to day reusable drink bottle.
I have it in my bag and desk at all time.
Ecofriendly. Easy to rinse and wash.
Perfect to put juices also to keep a bit cold for 2/3 hours after placing the bottle in the fridge.
Easy to carry.
Sad cannot fit with the cycle bottle holder.
At first glance you could be forgiven for thinking that the hole at the top of this receptacle provides a route for its contents to leak out, however after many years of research I have come to the conclusion the hole is a necessary evil to enable the receptacle to be filled with liquids in the first place. The trick behind this is simple, there is a black plug that you screw in once filled and it stops anything from getting out! It’s just amazing what they can come up with these days.
So far I have filled it with water, juice, tea, wine, olive oil, kitchen cleaner, hand soap, franks hot sauce, milk, potato purée....honestly I think the list could be endless. Perhaps I will experiment with solids next like meats, cheeses and bread.
Try to buy 1L it would be useful
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