Why people love it
  • The ideal water bottle for runners, hikers, and cyclists
  • Zipstream cap ensures your bottle never leaks
  • No plastic taste or smell; keep your water fresh

 

Durable, comfortable grip, 100% BPA and phthalate free, wide mouth, freezer and dishwasher-safe, high-flow cap with self-sealing valve, keeps water cold, minimal "sweating" even in heat, and features a convenient ring for easy carrying.

The cap suffers quality control issues; and it's difficult to squeeze.

Details

Performance: If you want a water bottle that can keep up with any hiking or camping trip, you'll want to give this Polar bottle a try. The plastic is durable and designed to take a beating without sustaining damage. While it's not fully insulated, it will help to keep your water cool for hours—with minimal condensation even in high heat.

The design is simple and user-friendly: sized to fit in any bicycle bottle holder, easy to grip even for smaller hands, and with a carrying ring that can be attached to any backpack or hiking belt. It's fully freezer-safe and dishwasher-safe, made without BPA or phthalates, and designed to be as user-friendly as possible. The primary downside: it's not easy to squeeze the water out.

Features: The Zipmaster cap is one of the bottle's primary benefits. The cap has a valve seal that prevents leakage even when it's open, so not a drop of water is wasted. However, be warned: some caps suffer quality control issues and fail to seal completely.

The narrow grip in the middle of the bottle makes it the perfect size for children and adults with smaller hands. All in all, a very comfortable bottle to carry.

Price: At $10, this is a slightly pricey water bottle, but worth it to replace an old, used plastic one. It will never leech the "plastic taste" into your water, and it's easy to keep clean and fresh no matter how often you use it.

 

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