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Rubbermaid 20-Ounce Filtration Personal Bottle, Black
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- Replaceable filter lasts 100 bottles
- Durable, dishwasher safe cap with chug spout
- Finger loop for easy carrying
- Protective cap keeps spout clean
- Rubber ring for better grip
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|Capacity||20 ounces||20 ounces||23.7 ounces||20 ounces|
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Top Customer Reviews
In my experiences, the Bobble was hard to squeeze and after a while the plastic seemed to bend to the point where it felt like it was going to crack. It never did, but it felt like that. The cap for the Bobble got lost almost instantly. The Brita filter bottle was made out of more flexible material and also held more water than the Bobble, but would leak through the cap, with or without the loop ring. After about 3 months of use (The normal life of 1 filter) the plastic on the filter that holds it to the spout was cracked, pretty much nullifying all filter capability. I'm not sure exactly when this happened. Also, the little plastic cap for this bottle was lost quickly too.
Which brings us to the Rubbermaid filter. All the problems that I've had with the other filter bottles have pretty much been fixed. by this.
-The plastic is nicely flexible and always returns to it's original shape (note that the shape is designed to be squeezed in one direction). It also has a rubber grip near the top for holding it.
-The cap is held on by a tether. One of the other reviewers mentioned that the tether can get in the way, but this is not the case. It has little plastic bumps on the tether such that if you open or close the tether all the way it'll stick in that position until you pull it out.
-High volume output. when you squeeze it, you get a lot of water pushed through the filter. Considerably more than the other two bottles. The filter also has a 1-way gasket so that after squeezing, it is easy for air to rush into the bottle for the next squeeze.Read more ›
On the theory that the black bottles have a different type of filter I returned it and ordered another purple bottle. Unfortunately, the replacement purple bottle also had a filter that does not screw into the cap. The same item apparently comes in different styles and there is no way that I have found to tell which ones have the filter that screws into the cap and which don't when placing the order.
The UPC codes for the two different bottle (filter) types is the same. However, on the UPC block of the bottle package there is what appears to be a model number. The bottle with the screw-on filter has a model number of L51783830A. The bottle with the non-screw filter has model number of L51783830B. The Amazon description of the bottle lists the model number as 1783830. It does not indicate whether it is the A or B version. The cap of the B model has a thread receptacle, so it should accept a filter that has a screw thread, but the filter that comes with the bottle does not have that thread.Read more ›
Love this water bottle. I waited to write this review until I took it to work with me as I believed that to be a true test of the filter. The tap water where I work is disgusting and tastes like copper soaked in chlorine. This water bottle turns the nasty water at work into bottled water taste.
-The screw on cap that is attached to the finger loop keeps the mouthpiece sanitary without having to keep track of a little plastic cap
-soft, squeezable, but durable feeling plastic that is also BPA free
-sounds like a squeezable water bottle- it's not silent, but I haven't noticed any weird 'wooshing' or hissing that reviews have commented about other filtered bottles.
-No leaking whatsoever!
-Clicker wheel on the bottom of the filter helps you keep track of when to change it
This bottle is going to save me so much money and waste. I can't wait to take it camping in July- there's tap water for drinking at the campground and this will save us from lugging bottled water to the campsite.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My son takes this to school every day since the school's water is chlorinated. This is a wonderful, useful product. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Jeanne O
I loved this bottle because it kept me from having to constantly buy bottled water. I recently purchased a twin-pack of filters only to find out they had changed the design and it... Read morePublished 1 month ago by MJ Shopper
I love this but I stopped seeing them in stores so I ordered it from here. I had a blue one which I brought everywhere and then one day I dropped it on the ice and the bottom... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Works well until you have to order new filters. The filter that comes with the bottle is a screw-in type, and works well. Read morePublished 1 month ago by schnitzaroo
Great product for the price. Saves the need to purchase countless bottled waters when traveling.Published 1 month ago by Andrew
The filters for the bottle I bought were discontinued. Without a filter, the bottle leaks, so now the bottle I bought is only good for the landfill. Read morePublished 1 month ago by 718 Session
The images of this product are not correct. These filters are not the screw in type as shown but are of the new (and inferior) drop in design.Published 2 months ago by Robert M Sarver