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Camelbak Eddy Insulated Bottle .6 L

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Price: $11.99 - $95.42
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  • BPA free Tritan material in all sorts of colors.
  • Detachable Bite Valve, easy for parents to clean
  • Flip open cap, easy for kids to operate
  • Caribineer/finger loop makes it easy for kids to carry
  • Shieled vent prevents unexpected messes.

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Camelbak Eddy Insulated Bottle .6 L + OXO Good Grips Water Bottle Cleaning Set
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Product Description

Leak-proof, weird-stale-water-smell-proof, crash-proof. Camelbak's Eddy utilizes the tried-and-true drinking straw in conjunction with their infamous Bite Valve to allow you to easily sip your water when you're on the go.

From the Manufacturer

eddy bottle, water bottle, reusable, insulated, cool, chill, temperature

Eddy Insulated

Double-walled insulation keeps your drink cooler longer.

insulated bottle, chill, cool, condensation, double-walled

Just flip, bite and sip

There's no need to tip the bottle, and the redesigned bite valve provides an even faster flow. The durable spill-proof design makes it easy to bring anywhere.

spill-proof, bottle cap, bottle lid, durable, bpa-free

bottle handle, carry loop, portable

warranty, guarantee, lifetime, return


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 4 x 4 inches ; 10.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B006ZT9FYC
  • Item model number: CKEIB-39
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (377 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,318 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Customer Reviews

I love that you can replace the bite valves and the straws.
Cj, Jack and Dan's Momma
I bought this bottle for my girlfriend and she absolutely loves it.
david a dybedahl
Love this bottle, insulation keeps ice cold water cold longer.
Jeannette O.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

111 of 127 people found the following review helpful By Cj, Jack and Dan's Momma on October 3, 2012
I am a pain. No really, I am. I am one of those people that annoyingly insist on bucking a trend. Everyone has UGGS... not gonna buy them. Everyone has an IPOD, I love my SANSA... everyone has a CAMELBACK... no way, I will find a much cheaper option.

Well, I wanted to write this post to apologize to the masses for my snobbish behavior. I had been using a bottle from that W place, and it worked just fine.... for the most part. The only thing that was killing me was all the dang condensation it left. Pools of water everywhere, it was driving me mad.. MAD I TELL YOU!

So I started researching the stupid Camelback insulated. Sigh... "You are becoming a sheep." I would tell myself.. "DONT DO IT!" I would say. "So ridiculously expensive!" UGG... I did it anyway. So much for principles and standing your ground.

Well, as you can expect... as with all things... humility has way of biting you in the rear. I love this thing. I carry it everywhere. I have been drinking so much more water. I love that it has a great warranty. I love that you can replace the bite valves and the straws. I cannot compare it to any other camelback (obviously), but this one is just great.

I got the fun multi-colored one and it has been great. (Did I say "great?") I can fill it full of cold water and pack it with ice and have not a single drop on the outside. I was getting so sick of wrapping my bottle with a paper towel, so I didn't get everything around me wet.

So, bottom line... just do it already. It is worth the money. It does what it says it will... AND you will have the added benefit of being just like everyone else.
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94 of 109 people found the following review helpful By mcnini_77 on June 30, 2013
Bought the 0.6L Insulated Bottle, I cleaned it frequently using the instructions given on Camelbak's website...after about 6 months the plastic part of the bite valve broke off (a part that is normally non-removable). I saw there was another soft plastic tube inside of it, and I was horrified to find a considerable amount of black mildew!!! Gross! You can't see it in this pic, but there was a bunch of mildew caked down inside that recessed area, too! This bottle was cleaned about every other day during it's usage, with the cap, rubber bite valve, and straw all getting ran through the dishwasher. The hard plastic part of the bite valve, where all this mildew was, isn't removable. If it hadn't broken off, I would still be drinking this nastiness! Until Camelbak changes their design so that ALL parts of the thing can be properly cleaned, I won't be buying another one of their products.

Disgusting...
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Christie Layton on January 14, 2014
Color Name: CobaltSize Name: 0.6-Liter/20-Ounce Verified Purchase
This is a nice water bottle. Keeps liquids cool. Like the Camelbak straw feature, but I can't seem to keep mold out of the straw. I soak it in beach water and use bottle cleaning tools to try to get it all out and they is always some that just doesn't budge. The bite valve replacements seem quite expensive. Maybe I'm just missing the solution to this?
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35 of 45 people found the following review helpful By A. Griffith on April 11, 2012
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 0.6-Liter/20-Ounce Verified Purchase
Although I have been using different water bottles for years, this is my first CamelBak. After a few weeks using it, here are some pros and cons:

+ Completely drip proof due to the bite valve
+ Good size and handle for transportation (fits in cup holders and backpack pockets easily)
+ Insulation prevents condensation, which can be good or even necessary depending on use
+ Slick design

- Insulation may not be worth it (water became hot after being left in car in 65 degree sunny weather for only 90 minutes)
- Size is only 600 ml (about 20 oz), so frequent users like myself have to refill often
- Price is high

Overall, I am pleased with the product but I would probably be happier with the 750 ml (25 oz) non-insulated Eddy at a lower cost (CamelBak eddy .75L).

Bottom Line: If you need insulation for whatever reason, this bottle is great. If not, I'd recommend the non-insulated, slightly-larger version linked above.
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18 of 23 people found the following review helpful By shruti on May 11, 2014
Color Name: MagentaSize Name: 0.6-Liter/20-Ounce Verified Purchase
Everyone had a CamelBak bottle so I had not done much research before purchasing it because I expected it to be good. It was good for the first month or so and then I started noticing problems. I am a very clean person, and regularly washed out the bottle (once a week). But I noticed fungus just as I went to drink in the mouth piece. I soaked it cleaned it out and started reusing it thinking that I will clean the bottle more frequently. Then I started noticing fungus growing in the tube that the mouth piece connects to as well as the lining between the tube piece. In short terms, this bottle is hard to clean as is and now I've noticed fungus growing in places that I have no way of cleaning because they don't come apart. Threw out this bottle after giving it multiple tries.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Troy Harris on April 16, 2013
Color Name: CobaltSize Name: 0.6-Liter/20-Ounce Verified Purchase
I give it four stars because it is good and probably today the best out there, but...it still has room for improvement.

Being transplants from the Pacific Northwest to Arizona, my whole family uses their water bottles every day and we've gone through a few. We've pretty much settled on Camelbak and we've gone through a few of those. In fact, I'm on my third or fourth of this insulated "eddy" model and I think my wife is on her fourth, too. So, here's the skinny: While we haven't found anything better, these do wear out. Not the shell so much, but the mouthpiece (which is replaceable and if that was it, I couldn't complain, but...) and the mechanism in the lid that holds the mouthpiece down (which is not replaceable). After a few months usage (and we use them a lot--consuming many bottles full every day) the mouthpiece won't stay down any longer. At that point I just end up buying another CamelBak eddy water bottle. Well, actually, I wait until I can't stand it any longer, which is a point I reach after the mouthpiece won't stay down AND water keeps rising up the internal straw and pushes/leaks out of the top. Now, it may be that if I bought a new mouthpiece, that would solve the leakage problem, though I don't know for sure, because I just want the whole thing to work like new and I now the mouthpiece would still pop up even with a new one.

Bored yet?

Okay, here's why I believe the water pushes up out of the mouthpiece once it has worn down a bit: If you have ice and water in the bottle, but drink it down to about half full, the top half is full of cool air. As the ice melts, the temperature of the water rises, causing the temperature of the air to rise, which causes the air to expand. That expanding air pushes water up the straw.
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