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3-1/4" diameter x 12" H, with a 34 ounce capacity
I like the glass and it is air tight.
The bottle is very easily opened and closed with one hand which makes it very handy for sipping while you're driving in your car or you're otherwise multitasking.
Love this bottle ...use it for keeping my home made drinks in ...works great ...no leaks ... Thinking of buying another one ...
Love this bottle. Buy a spool of thin rope and get some tags...voila! You'v got a classy way to bring your own cocktails to share at a party.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Just like the milk bottles from when I was a child, I wish everything came in glass bottles, I will be buying morePublished 9 months ago by Annette La Lone
This is a tall bottle. The cork is plastic though, which doesn't bother me. It functions for what I need to use it for. It came in excellent condition. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Denise Davis
These are perfect for keeping cold water in the fridge!
They have a nice design, don't leak, and look nice - Love them!
Great bottles. Wonderful size. Excellent for the farmers' market olive oil stand. However, getting the latch on and using it is painful. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Kindle Customer
I used this bottled to drink water out of. Its great to refill and not have to buy and drink out of plastic bottles. It's a beautiful looking bottle.Published 16 months ago by David
This product is useless, the stopper will not seal tightly and it leaks all over the place. Do not waste your money in this.Published 16 months ago by Agustin
I purchased these for making and bottling kefir. They worked exactly as I expected and have held up well. They seem well made and sturdy. Read morePublished 16 months ago by A. Smith
I bought this bottle because for some reason I just don't like carrying around a cheap plastic water bottle and the opaque metal "bottles" freak me out a little. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Mark Maffei