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Nalgene Wide Mouth Cantene

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48 oz.
  • Wide-Mouth Cantene made of multilayered material for stiffness, strength, and stand-up capability, yet is soft and flexible to be folded or rolled when empty
  • Wide opening accepts ice cubes and provides easy access for cleaning, and also accommodates all major water filters
  • Guaranteed leakproof system and loop-top cap offer reliability and versatility, and gusseted bottom stands upright
  • Dishwasher safe on the top rack, and withstands temperatures from -20 to 220 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Guaranteed for the life of the product; made in the USA
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Product Description

This Mouth Wide Canteen is made of multilayered material that offers stiffness and strength for stand-up capability, yet is soft and flexible to be folded or rolled.

The wide mouth opening accepts ice cubes and provides easy access for cleaning. Also accommodates all major water filters. Guaranteed leakproof system with loop-top cap. Gusseted bottom stands upright.

Product Details

Style: 48 oz.
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 10 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000BS0AQU
  • Item model number: 340710
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (165 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,207 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

This wide mouth water bottle makes the job easy to do.
Bill Frye
First, like the Platypus bottles I have been using, it is made of a tough plastic that leaves no bad taste in the water.
D. Yackel
It may be useful for camping, hiking, day trip sightseeing, and suitcase packing for overseas travel.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

67 of 68 people found the following review helpful By C. J. Moen on December 14, 2009
Style Name: 48 oz. Verified Purchase
This collapsable Nalgene bottle is a must-have on any backpacking trip. I can think of no other more valuable and lightweight water-storage device to have and use than this one. I purchased the 48oz. one for a two-person backpacking trip where natural water sources were scarce. Along with a water purifier (Katadyn Hiker, that fit the bottle mouth perfectly), we gathered water for meal times, and stored water for the early morning breakfast. This bottle worked in conjunction with a couple of 20oz. water bottles for the actual day hiking. The bottle weighs in at a scant 2.3 oz empty, and takes up almost no room in the backpack. This is a must-have on all my future backpacking trips...five stars!
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61 of 67 people found the following review helpful By J. Lee on November 27, 2011
This is my pee bottle. On those frigid nights when I don't want to step outside of the tent to answer nature's call, it does its job and it does it well. It goes into the bottom of the sleeping bag so it doesn't freeze before morning. It hasn't yet leaked (thank goodness). After being emptied out in the morning, tt goes back into my pack where it takes up minimal space.

I can't think of a better pee bottle for winter backpacking. :)
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Kailua Steve on December 1, 2010
Style Name: 96 oz.
Holds water and is robust. Initially I was a little concerned about putting a plastic bag full of water in with the rest of my pack but no problems. I like the idea that the backpack gets lighter and smaller as you hike.
Hint: don't freeze the bladder unless you plan on a two-day hike; it stays frozen /really/ well. ;-)
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Doc on August 28, 2011
Style Name: 96 oz.
Just returned from a 70 mile backpacking trip at Philmont Scout Ranch w(PSR)with my Venture Crew. PSR has had a really dry summer and water shortages were common. We had no hot showers and only 1 day of cold showers. Anyway, my crew is accustomed to using 2 2+1/2 gal. water jugs on our training hikes. They served their purpose when water is plentiful and you are staying in one location.

The last two days were 'Dry Camps' with no water source. We needed to carry 8-9 liters each to cover our needs for the next 2 days. (We were told at logistics that each person had to have 4-5 liters of water per day.) Considering each person had a 2-3 liter camelback and 2 nalgenes for daily use, we would have been really compromised had it not been for the 96 oz Cantenes. We had 8 of them for the 9 of us; which we attached to the outside of the packs on carabiners. The new design has a hard plastic ring embedded in the top corner. 20 miles of them swinging on the outside of the packs did not weaken them at all!!

Another benefit was that the wide mouth of the Cantene allowed our Katadyn water purifier to be directly screwed on top of it, thereby avoiding the need to use an outflow tube.

They collapsed down to nothing and weigh less than a 1 liter nalgene bottle.
They were slightly pricey compared to a generic 2.5 gal jug but they also were less likely to get punctured, were easily shared by all and stand up well.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Outfitter Pro on December 5, 2011
I own, and have exclusively used these canteens for about 10 years. When not in use, they roll/fold and take up very little pack space. Not one of them has cracked, burst, or leaked. I've even thrown a full one as high as I could to demonstrate its durability to a skeptical trail buddy...he still owes me 20 bucks for losing the bet.
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Style Name: 48 oz. Verified Purchase
I'm an ultralight backpacker so I use the Sawyer Squeeze water filter which works great, however, the opening on the bags are small and filling them is a pain; I bought this to adapt it for use with the Sawyer filter. Youtube has some videos on how to do this and you can also buy a cover that fits this cantene that has another threaded end you can screw your Sawyer unto. If you backpack and want a solution for filtering and carrying water, this is the nearly perfect solution!!
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 8, 2012
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I ordered this as a backup to hold filtered water to add to my Platypus when unsure of next water source.

Pros:
Folds up compactly
Cap attached
Durable
Holds more than 48oz
Fits securely to my Katadyn filter

Cons:
Not very stable - I backpack solo. I had the Nalgene between feet while I pumped - it fell over on more than one occasion. Sometimes have to get creative with managing pump into this. Having a wider base would be helpful to make it more stable.

Difficult to pour - trying to pour this into Platy was a challenge. Also challenging to drink from.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Adam E on December 21, 2012
Style Name: 96 oz. Verified Purchase
Picked up the 96oz version of this canteen as a back-up water storage system for my bail-out bag. It rolls up nice and compact and fits in my BOB without taking up nearly the space of a hard Nalgene bottle. It's there when I need it, but out of the way.

I like the thick grommet in the top so I can hang this from a caribiner outside my bag, from a tree, etc. Very good engineering. Light and strong with the convenience of the Nalgene mouth. Fits right to my Vario water purification system, too.
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