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Coleman 1/2 - Gallon Jug

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Coleman 1/2 - Gallon Jug! Have a drink! Whether you're at the camp site, playing sports or on a hike, there has to be a way to quench your thirst. And that's where Coleman comes in with this convenient 1/2-Gallon Jug. Features a wide mouch with easy screw on cap and a flip-top spout for sipping and pouring! Plus, it's easy to clean with a stain and odor-resistant liner, and rugged polyethylene exterior. State Color. Get it today! Coleman 1/2-Gallon Jug

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Color: Red
  • Product Dimensions: 11.2 x 6.1 x 4.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000AUSL0
  • Item model number: 5693-703G
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,226 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

Keeps water cool.
Sandy
Yeah, mine leaks too if the lid isn't placed on very tightly, and if the lid is wet when I put the lid on the jug.
G Yancey
One downside is that sometimes the lid can be a bit tricky to get screwed on water tight.
Joel Schopp

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By la_chica00 on February 20, 2011
I have owned this product for years. I only replace it when it looks old. I drink a lot of water everyday and I don't like polluting the environment with plastic bottles or refilling a little cup every hour or so. This jug keeps my water cool for hours when I put ice. I read some reviews of people complaining about the water leaking. The lid and the bottle must be complete dry where they touch otherwise it won't seal and water will constantly leak. When you pour your liquid make sure the lid and the part where the lid screws to the bottle are totally dry. If you get them wet dry them completely. You have to do this with any jug of this type regardless the brand. Some other people were commenting about the rubber ring working out of place. I have never had that problem.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Joel Schopp VINE VOICE on March 11, 2004
I play ultimate frisbee in Summer in Texas. Temperatures regularly get over 100 degrees F. No shade anywhere. The feeling of flipping open cold water to drink and pour on the head is just great. I use it as an oversized individual water bottle, not as a pitcher for pouring into cups. This bottle is durable, easy to use, fairly insulated, holds just the right amount, and has a nice handle to pick it up by.
One downside is that sometimes the lid can be a bit tricky to get screwed on water tight. If you don't fasten it correctly some liquid will dribble out the seam in the lid while pouring. Once you get the hang of it it provides a tight seal, but it should be more effortless.
The pour spout also comes loose from time to time and has to be pushed back into place or else it will dribble where the spout joins the lid. This is really simple to do, but it would be nice if it didn't ever come loose.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By G Yancey on June 25, 2012
This is a review of the more updated Coleman 1/2 gallon jug. (The ones I have purchased look like the one gallon jug, not the one in picture with the rings at the top.)

I play a tennis 15+ days a month in USTA leagues, Ladder matches and USTA and WTT tournaments. It's 90+ degrees on the courts and lots of humidity in the summer time, so these jugs are part of my routine with tennis. I use both the one gallon (filled with only ice) and 1/2 gallon jugs( filled with ice and Gatorade) for tournaments, and just the 1/2 gallon jug if I am only going to be on the court for 2 to 4 hours.

I've read a lot of comments about how "this jug leaks", which I find to be somewhat misleading. Yeah, mine leaks too if the lid isn't placed on very tightly, and if the lid is wet when I put the lid on the jug. But when I do keep the lid dry, place ice and gatorade in the jug and THEN put a DRY lid on the jugs, they don't leak 9 out of 10 times on my way to the courts. And on the 10th trip maybe I get a trickle, and that leak is due to operator error as I didn't tighten the lid.

When driving to and from the courts, I put my jugs in a small cooler or wedge them in a box so they don't fall over. Isn't this just common sense? When I drive with a leak-proof coffee mug, I don't lay it sideways to test it. I put in in a cup holder and use it as it was intended. Maybe I just don't expect Coleman and all these companies to issue common sense with their jugs. Don't lay them on their sides with lids that aren't secure. I don't work for Coleman and any company that makes any product. I simply use these jugs and they work great for me. They work so great, I have four 1/2 gallon ones and two gallon ones.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Steven on January 25, 2014
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This jug is a bit larger than I expected. You may look slightly ridiculous carrying this around with you everywhere, if that's your goal, but whatever. You can fill it up in the morning and it almost certainly won't run out for the rest of the day. Maybe there's a way to get it sealed where it doesn't leak, but I haven't figured it out. It does often drip on you when you take a drink from it.

I think the biggest problem I've had though results from me liking to put a little bit of lemon juice in my water. Mold starts to form in the lid, and all around the spout, etc. It's impossible to clean with any normal sponge, so I got some pipe cleaners to clean it with. I thought that was working pretty decently, and thought I was keeping it pretty clean. I've even been drinking my water without lemon for the last couple weeks, until I opened up the lid I found a TON of mold floating around inside. I'm not sure if that'll happen if you don't use lemon juice, but it's pretty gross. I'm soaking the lid in some bleach solution now to see if that might clean it up.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Laura D on September 6, 2009
This jug leaks no matter how you tight you close it. I bought two Coleman jugs at once--1/2 gallon and 1/3 gallon and they both leak. In the car I have to make sure they don't lean over even slightly or the seat will be wet. And not just a little bit, but really wet. I put some juice in one and then put it in a plastic bag, which was lucky because most of it came out when the jug got jostled in travel. I really don't enjoy having the water dribble down my chest while I'm drinking out of the spout. It's surprising how very much it leaks, really. We're not talking a few drops here, but a steady stream.

I bought them because they seemed like a bargain at the price, but they were definitely not worth it. The point of a jug with a screw-on lid is to keep the liquid in there until I open it. They don't do that and it's very frustrating. Do not buy this because you will only regret it. Coleman usually has good products, but on this one they really blew it.
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