Re: "Good" Waterbottle

September 17th, 2018, 8:00 am

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I've been using a Miir wide mouth for a couple months now and I really dig it and the quality seems top notch. Mine is a wide mouth hot/cold type but I use it exclusively for water. The lid is kind of hard to screw on but its a minor issue.

Re: "Good" Waterbottle

September 19th, 2018, 3:11 am

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A photo I recently took of my Watertracker bottle. These are great bottles, BPA-free Tritan which is very durable, dishwasher-proof and can hold any liquid. Only about $16 at Walmart online.
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Re: "Good" Waterbottle

September 19th, 2018, 3:14 am

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This is another great -and beach-proof- bottle, the TankH20 in stainless steel.
We are currently working on an update with a stronger cap + carabiner. The production molds are ready so version two will be in stores soon!
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