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Contigo Autospout Addison Water Bottle, 24-Ounce, Watermelon

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  • 100-percent BPA free; water bottle is made out of tritan, which provides high impact resistance and won't stain or retain odors
  • Top-rack dishwasher safe
  • Sleek design fits car cup holders for travel
  • Wide opening fits ice cubes
  • Spout shield covers silicone drink spout, keeping it clean and protected when not in use
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Product Details

Color: Watermelon
  • Product Dimensions: 3.3 x 2.9 x 10.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00C5G3PCC
  • Item model number: ADA100A03
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (503 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,713 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Color: Watermelon

The AUTOSPOUT Addison Water Bottle features a one-touch-button spout release for convenient one-handed drinking. A spout shield protects the spout from dirt and debris when not in use. Note : When using the water bottle at high altitudes, such as during an airplane flight or when bottle is exposed to prolonged hot temperatures, such as in an enclosed car, twist the lid a quarter turn to relieve pressure, then reseal the lid before use.

Customer Reviews

Easy to clean.
A Pen Name
Every once in a while, I would push the button to pop the spout up and would be squirted with water.
Jennifer Sicurella
Can't go wrong with this item.
Tootsjane

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By S. Power TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 28, 2012
Color Name: Blue Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
In the past I have used Contigo for their spill proof coffee cups, but had stuck with Nalgene for their water bottles. This first experiment with Contigo's water bottles has gone very well for me. I like the simplicity and open-mouthed drinking style of the Nalgene bottles, but when it comes to spill resistance, this Contigo bottle can't be beat.

Usability. This bottle is very easy to operate and to clean. The complicated lid does not translate to a complicated user experience. My only complaint in this area is that the straw sometimes comes dislodged from the lid, which means that you either have to reach in to fix it, or drink out of it like a straw-less bottle. The latter wouldn't be too bad, but the vent makes some weird noises when you do that. The straw doesn't come out frequently enough for this to be a huge issue, but it is definitely an area that they could improve on.

Durability. The seals on the top and the drinking spout seem like they will have to be replaced pretty frequently, but as of now, at one week's use, the entire bottle is still like brand new. The bottle itself is made of high-quality, dishwasher safe, BPA-free plastic. I think that this bottle is of similar quality to its competitors, with the only thing that might hurt its durability is the complexity of the top's design.

Taste. Nothing in this bottle affects the taste of the water at all. It tastes the same way coming out as it did going out, even after sitting in it for a while.

Design/Style. This bottle is attractive and functional. It fits well in cup holders and is easy to hold and drink from.

Overall I recommend this bottle a lot, if you are looking for a straw-type drinking method. If you prefer open top designs, Nalgene is still the way to go in my opinion.
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108 of 128 people found the following review helpful By E. Kao on January 2, 2012
Color Name: Blue
I recently bought a 3 pack of these bottles at Costco, using a store credit for a gift return. I thought that the flip-up bottle spout was pretty cool, and my trusty old Camelbak bottle had just died on me. I thought the bottle worked pretty well until the first time it sprayed water all over me in my car. After it soaked me a second time, I decided action must be taken to fix the problem.

The problem, upon closer inspection, is this. The bottle top contains a vent in the cap, which allows air to enter the bottle as you sip water out through the straw. Without such a vent, you'd eventually create enough of a vacuum in the bottle that you wouldn't be able to suck any more water out. However, it does not allow air out of the bottle. As a result, the bottle can accumulate large positive air pressures if you drink from it while it's cold in the morning and then let it sit until the weather warms up later in the day. (For those of you who remember basic chemistry, an increase in temperature on a closed container, all other things held constant, results in a proportionally large increase in air pressure.) Given a large amount of extra air pressure in the bottle, upon pressing the button to open the mouthpiece, the system attempts to equalize pressure by forcing water up the straw and onto your lap at high speed.

After several attempts to fix the problem, I wound up just removing the black rubber stopper for the air vent. This allows air to enter and leave the bottle, so I won't get squirted again, but it also means that my bottles are no longer fully watertight if inverted. I figure that should be good enough for most car trips.

I would say buy a Camelbak bottle instead, or any other sport bottle which doesn't have a straw.
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29 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Mike W. on May 29, 2014
Color Name: Watermelon
In the beginning, everything was fine and wonderful. My wife loved her little Contigo, and she took it everywhere. Sure, it had an odd quirk of spraying a little water in her face when she flipped up the lil' sucker tube, but we just smiled and laughed, as if it were a little friend that occasionally told horrible puns. A little annoying, but kind of endearing.

A few weeks later, it seemed like our little friend had become terminally ill. Sucking on the lil' sucker tube brought up mostly air instead of water, as if something in Contigo's guts had been punctured. Poor Contigo. Fortunately, the problem was not a vital organ. My wife discarded the straw and began using Contigo like a Nalgene bottle.

Two weeks after the organ failure, Contigo began to bleed externally. Either that, or it began to cry profusely whenever it was shaken or tipped upside-down. It seems that our little friend is beyond hope. Very soon, our Contigo will no longer be Conozco. We simply cannot love a bottle that is not fit to perform its duties. Goodbye, Contigo. I wish I never loved you.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By RedReplicant VINE VOICE on November 15, 2012
Color Name: Blue Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I got this Contigo bottle and was given a comparable Camelback bottle within a week, and so this review will contain some comparisons.

In terms of structure, the Contigo bottle is solidly built, fairly easy to grasp, and has no structural issues. It can be bounced around (in my backpack while hiking, for instance) and not damaged; in fact it is fairly scratch-proof. The lid is easy to open and clean.

The spout mechanism, which I foresaw being the likely fail point, is actually very easy to use. It pops open quickly and neatly with the button, and I have not yet experienced an unwanted opening despite some pretty careless storage on my part. The spout is a good size, easy to drink from, and doesn't lend itself to accidental spills like my wider mouthed bottles. I greatly prefer this straw top to the bite-close one on the Camelbak, which is harder to clean. Additionally, the lid closes very flush, and unlike my Camelbak version, it has not yet leaked at all.

The one issue that I have with this bottle is that, frustratingly, the inside straw tends to pop off during use and storage. This means you have to unscrew the top, fish out the straw, and plug it back into the lid. It stays put for a while, but inevitably I have to reattach it even if it's clean and recently been dried off.

Over all I'd rate this item about 4 out of 5, given that it's proven very easy to use and relatively low maintenance for a sippy top bottle.
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