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Camelbak 750ml Spill Proof Bite Valve One Handed Access Water Bottle- 53460 Navy

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Product Description

CamelBak eddy

CamelBak eddy .75L

The eddy now has a redesigned cap for greater durability and faster flow. The eddy .75L bottle is 100 percent BPA-free and built with CamelBak's patented flip-top bite valve that lets you sip without tipping or spilling — perfect for hydration on the go. The integrated loop handle can be hooked to a carabiner or carried in the crook of one finger. Dishwasher safe.

At a Glance
  • Redesigned cap and bite valve
  • New, sleek shape
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Durable and spill-proof
  • Integrated loop handle for ease of carrying
  • 100 percent BPA-free
  • Wide-mouth opening is easy to fill with ice

Cleaning the eddy

CamelBak eddy
The redesigned cap allows for greater durability and faster flow

The bottle, bite valve, straw, and lid can be cleaned in the top rack of the dishwasher or by hand with warm, soapy water. Pull off the bite valve and straw from the cap. If you like to use a bottle brush, we don’t recommend forcing a brush through the Bite Valve slit. If you have the brush kit, run the small brush through the straw.

For a deeper cleaning, add a drop of mild soap or tablespoon of bleach to a clean glass jar filled with water. Drop the bite valve, straw and cap into the solution, and tightly close the jar’s lid. Shake the mixture around for 30 seconds, and then let the parts soak for about 15 minutes. Rinse and shake dry.

To re-assemble the lid, flip the stem collar (the component the bite valve attached to originally) to the open position. Orient the bite valve so the finger tab points towards the front of the cap. Push the bite valve firmly onto the stem collar. Press the straw back into place on the bottom of the lid. Ensure the straw covers the notches completely.


Frequently Asked Questions

First-time use: What’s the clear thing on top of the cap for? Do I remove it or cut it to drink?
The clear thing is the CamelBak Big Bite Valve. This feature provides easy drinking and spill-proof safety. Do not remove or cut this piece to drink. Simply bite it slightly and sip as you would out of a straw.

Can/how do I freeze the CamelBak eddy with bite valve?
You can freeze the bottle but make sure:

  1. The bottle is not completely full when you do this (we recommend only 3/4 full to allow for expansion of the water as it freezes to ice).
  2. The bottle is right-side-up

We also recommend that the bite valve stem not be flipped up or down if there is any frozen water in the tube. Wait until thawed.

Can I use the CamelBak eddy in high-altitude/low-pressure environments (i.e. airplanes, mountain altitudes, etc)?
Yes, but with special care because pressure can force liquid out through the straw. Keep the bottle right-side-up with the bite valve in the closed position. Remove the straw for additional protection. Expect a bit of "spurt" during the first sip. You may also twist the cap open to release any pressure and then close before your first sip.

Can I put hot liquids in it?
We do not recommend using with hot drinks because the experience will be similar to drinking hot liquid through a straw.

What happens if I put sports drinks/juice in the CamelBak eddy?
Use of any of these drinks in the bottle is fine, but thorough cleaning after each use is recommended.

Can I use with carbonated beverages?
You can use any beverage in the CamelBak eddy; however, we do not recommend the use of carbonated beverages with the straw configuration because pressure can force liquid out through the straw. To use with carbonated beverages, we recommend that you remove the straw and drink via "tip and sip."

What max temperature (freezing/boiling water) can the CamelBak eddy withstand?
The CamelBak eddy can withstand being filled with warm water up to 65 ºC/149 ºF or stored in below-freezing temperatures.

Is the CamelBak eddy microwave safe?
Feel free to use the CamelBak eddy to warm up liquids (ie. up to a minute), but we don’t recommend cooking your dinner in it. Do not microwave with the cap in place as it contains metal screws that are not microwave safe.

Does the CamelBak eddy work with back-country purifier filters/microfilters?
The CamelBak eddy is compatible with filters that adapt to a 63 mm screw top opening (in other words, it’s compatible with most filters on the market).

Does it hold residual taste?
No, there is no residual taste in the bottle materials, and it’s also stain-resistant. Some sports drinks and other flavored beverages can leave behind residue of flavor oils that could require extra cleaning.

What happens if I take the straw off?
Removal of the straw allows a "tip and sip" mode of drinking.


Product Details

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  • ASIN: B007OX9X9K
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (159 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

On another note I will say Camelbak's customer service is amazing.
Amber Steiner
It's a little difficult to keep clean, I had to purchase special brushes to make sure I get to the spots in the spout and straw so mold wouldn’t grow.
Benjamin jack shannon
The only reason we don't like it is because you really have to bite down in order to open it up to get the water to flow.
Cindi Vanwingerden

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

481 of 493 people found the following review helpful By doctorrads on May 28, 2012
Here is a little background information-
I have used Camelbak water bottles for over 6 years now. I use them predominantly for water and take them everywhere I go. They have proven to be practically indestructible with countless, often forceful drops on concrete pavement. The no-tilt, spill-proof design has made drinking water effortless and convenient. Needless to say, they pay for themselves in a matter of weeks. Every friend or family member that has tried a Camelbak bottle has also fallen in love. And they are 100% BPA-free!

This is to address the other negative reviews-
When you first get the bottle, opening and closing the bite valve may feel stiff and require a little more force. However, it loosens up after you break it in with use the first few times. Now, I can easily open it with one hand, one finger. Also, when you first get the bottle, make sure the slit in the bite valve is open - a gentle squeeze will do the trick if it is not already open. Biting the valve to drink may initially feel awkward, but you will soon realize it is more efficient and encourages you to drink more water.
As for your fingers touching the bite valve, it does so ever so slightly depending on how you open the bite valve and only touches the very bottom of the bite valve where your mouth does not normally touch.
The mold issue within the bite valve may happen if you neglect to clean your water bottle for long periods of time, but the straw and rubber bite valve do both snap off for easier cleaning. The top or bottom dishwasher rack is fine for the bottle itself, but I do recommend hand cleaning the cap and bite valve whenever possible. If the bite valve develops mold, I have found that cotton q-tips or mini-cleaning brushes used for baby bottles work well.
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85 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Stretch on June 8, 2012
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After trying dozens of other reusable bottles my wife and I tried out the Camelbak "Better Bottle" (750 ml) and fell in love with it about three years ago. We use them everyday, at work, the gym and everywhere in between. After considerable abuse the spout caps broke and the spout connectors had come unhinged so we needed new bottles. We were a bit hesitant but liked the way the design looked for the new Camelbak "Eddy" (750 ml). Verdict: The Eddy is better than the Better bottle.

Pros:

- Spout cap is now fully covered and integrated as part of the removable rubber bite valve cover which protects it from being damaged. Great idea to protect the integrity of the spout and it also works to protect things the bottle may knock into. The Better Bottle's cap end, which you use to flip the spout open was exposed and made of hard plastic...needless to say the thing was just begging to be chipped or broken with every drop or fumble. Great upgrade!
- Bottle tops are a little more sleek-looking and the plastic seems to be a bit softer and more supple. Again, a bonus for when (not if) you drop this thing. You likely will not damage it, but when it is full it is pretty hefty. Softer plastic may save it from damaging whatever it hits.
- The plastic straw is bigger, meaning it is wider and can draw more fluid in. Much needed upgrade. My biggest complaint with the Better Bottle was that you would have to work a little too hard to draw fluid up, especially during workouts when you are really thirsty and want water fast. The bigger straw is a big bonus.
- Bottle top seems to be a better (tighter) fit. We had some issues with the Better Bottles leaking when not screwed on SUPER tight.
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27 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Sara on July 23, 2012
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I am on my fourth camelbak bottle in the last year or so. I don't know why I keep buying, this will be the last one. I like the design and the drinking spout. The last two I've bought have had a leak in the top within a week or two of the purchase. I have to always carry it upright or water will spill out. I can't put it in my purse, or things will get wet. I think the leak is coming from the seam where the lid connects. Also the plastic connector to the rubber spout broke on the first two bottles I had, leaving the rubber piece to be wobbling and leaky. Haven't had that issue with this one.
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35 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Nate on November 1, 2012
I have been using these bottles for a couple of years now and just now realized this. The top is made of two pieces held together by a screw with a security torx head, who has one of those at home, guess I need to go the store to get one. This top piece started leaking on me and when I pried up the edge and looked inside I saw bits of food and mold inside. Unless you want to unscrew and disassemble your bottle top every time you wash it Id recommend against this bottle until they fix this issue or make it easier to take apart.

I had the though tot take it apart after I buy the torx driver and hot glue the edges so they are sealed, but if you look at the straw section, that too is open to the gap between the top pieces. Im gonna be throwing mine away if taking it apart is too much of a PITA.

BTW I DO wash this thing every day in the dishwasher.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Danyell on July 23, 2012
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When I got the bottle I was so excited to use it! I washed it and put the lid on and tried to take a drink. Nothing came out! I got back on my computer thinking that this may be normal and I may have to cut the valve to get it to work the first time. I found nothing of the sort on the website or reviews.

I called Camelbak customer service and asked about it. Dan was very helpful and explained that they had had a few issues with the bite valves. He said he would go over and have warranty ship me a replacement valve. He then suggested that I take a knife and run it along the bite valve to see if it would open it up. I did so, and everything seems to work great now! The only problem is the valve seems to leak a little bit when turned over (which I assumed would probably happen once I cut it considering it may not be a clean cut).

I love my new water bottle, and am excited to use it!
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