AUTOSPOUT Straw Addison, 32oz, Ocean
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- 100-percent BPA free; water bottle is made out of triton, 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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From the manufacturer
For the past 12 years, we (the passionate and meticulous employees at Ignite USA) have put creating innovative solutions at the forefront of everything that we do. It all began with an idea to eliminate spills with a coffee mug that sealed between sips. From there, we engineered a patented technology called Autoseal to deliver on that groundbreaking idea. We received such great feedback that we decided to jump in and start to revolutionize the whole beverageware category (travel mugs, water bottles, tumblers, kid’s bottle, etc.) In 2014, we were acquired by Newell Rubbermaid and we continue to develop innovative solutions for everyday needs.
The Autospout Addison Water Bottle
Press to Refresh - The Addison BPA-free reusable water bottle wants you to keep your eyes on the task at hand. Whether you’re walking the dog or on the treadmill, you can relax knowing Addison only takes one hand to operate the pop-up straw spout with its Autospout technology. Simply press a button to pop up the comfortable drinking spout, and you're ready to drink! With a leak-proof lid, you can set it down and continue on without worrying about leaks.
- Easy one-handed drinking
- Pop-up straw spout
- Protective spout cover
- Volume markings
- Fits most car cup holders
- Top rack dishwasher safe lid and body
- Carry loop
We hate leaks as much as you do, especially when they lead to ruined laptops or meeting notes. That’s why we engineered Autospout technology, which will keep your Addison from leaking. Just push the spout down to close, and your leak-proof lid is ready for on-the-go convenience.
The Contigo Limited Lifetime Guarantee
We’re extremely proud to stand behind the design, quality, materials and workmanship that goes into every Contigo product. We go to great lengths to create the best product that we can and then we back that excellence with the Contigo Limited Lifetime Guarantee. Covers the following:
Mugs, Bottles, Replacement Lids.
Purchased in the US and Canada.
Using Your New Water Bottle
-When figuring out what to fill your brand new water bottle with, steer clear of hot drinks and stick with cold liquids only.
-When you're on a flight or taking a summer road trip, pressure builds up in your water bottle due to high altitude or really hot temperatures. In these situations, twist the water bottle lid open a little bit to relieve that pressure, then reseal the lid before you use it.
Do's and don'ts.
-We don't recommend carrying filled water bottles in your bag while on-the-go (it's safer for your cell phone this way). Also, keep your water bottle out of the microwave and the freezer.
-Contigo water bottles and lids are top-rack dishwasher safe for a quick, easy clean. Visit our official website for more care and use information.
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.
Top Customer Reviews
Like many others, the round black rubber gasket in the lid fell off and I had a very tough time figuring out how to put it back in again without it falling back out the instant the cap gets unscrewed.
If you're looking down directly at the inside of the cap, here's what you want to do:
1. Look at the attached images to see how the rubber gasket SHOULD be seated. Note that the gasket sits flat inside the cap. This is difficult to arrange because the gasket's natural resting orientation is to have the sides stand up vertically, but we will get to it. There is also a slight raised area on the gasket which should be orientated as show in the photos.
2. Make sure the gasket and the cap are completely DRY. The reason the gasket came off in the first place is because moisture got between the gasket and the plastic, causing it to slip off. Once you dry the gasket and the plastic, the tackiness of the rubber will stick much better to the surface of the plastic. This is also the reason you see so many white fibers in the photos - I used tissue paper to dry the surfaces.
3. Get two small coins - a dime or a nickel should do. At the 5 o'clock position in the photo, insert the gasket's flat side and then keep it held down with the outside flat edge of one of the coins. You need to keep pressure on this coin at all times because the gasket will want to twist out of this flat orientation naturally. See the photo of the one coin inserted.
4. With a couple fingers stretch the gasket around the perimeter of the circle so that it stays in place.
5. Insert the second coin next to the first coin and ROLL this second coin around the circle so that the flat edge of the coin smashes the gasket into the flat position all along the perimeter. The first coin MUST be held down this entire time. In the photos, the gold-colored coin would be rolled from the 7 o'clock position clockwise around the entire circle.
6. It may take a few tries, but once the gasket is in flat, you can remove both coins. Maybe do a few rolls with one of the coins to make sure the gasket is squished down there pretty good.
7. Take the cap and twist it on tight and let it sit for a minute. Then carefully untwist the cap and hopefully the gasket is still in its place.
B. On the spout spitting out water:
If the internal pressure is greater than the pressure outside the bottle, the contents will eject out the moment you pressure the button to open the spout. This can be caused by, among other things:
- Changes in elevation. Ex. Filling the bottle in Denver and then driving up into the mountains to ski while the spout is closed.
- Differences in temperature. If you fill the bottle with hot/warm tea/coffee and close it, it will spray out the next time you open the spout, with enough pressure to spray building up possibly in as little as a few SECONDS after closing the spout.
- Increases in temperature. If you fill the bottle with cold water and then have the bottle sitting out in the heat, the spout will spray the next time you open it. Ex. Filling the bottle before a hike on a hot day.
- If you put things into the bottle and then close the spout and shake the bottle to mix the contents, the spout will spray the next time you open it.
- Carbonated beverages.
The Camelback Eddy bottle will do the same thing, the only difference being that it will only spray out liquid once you squeeze down on the mouthpiece. This can be especially bad if the contents are hot - you'll have a copious amount of hot liquid spraying forcefully directly into your mouth when you bite down.
The only real solution to this problem without modifying the bottle is to form a habit of untwisting the lid a bit so that the internet pressure can escape and then twisting it back tight again before you take a sip. This requires a degree of mindfulness which will eventually become a habit. Always do this for hot beverages. You may have to do this multiple times with hot beverages since the pressure can build back up again after the first untwisting.
Unfortunately, the Camelbak spout lock was quite unreliable when it was first released and I had 3 or 4 warranty replacements of the cap/spout assembly in those 2 years.
I started looking for alternates and decided on Contigo's Autospout which seems to address a lot of the failings of Camelbaks design. We now have 3 different Contigo bottles but they all have the Autospout.
I like the "hard" locking of the spout (Camelbaks spout mechanism would get weak after a few uses and often pop-out while in your bag and made it more prone to leaking).
I also like that is has a shield/cover for the straw section - it's not a seal by any means but it gives some protection from gunk and grime when the bottle is sliding around in the bottom of your bag or is dropped onto the ground (Camelbaks bite valve is completely unprotected and gets a little unappealing at times).
The two finger carry handle is also a nice touch especially when touting a full 32oz version - the single finger carry handle on the Camelbak was by no means bad but a two finger hold is definitely more comfortable.
I had a lot of the internal vacuum/suction issues where it's intermittently very difficult to pull water through the spout - this is well documented in the reviews and there's a lot of focus and supposed fixes on the silicone valves in the cap that really didn't work for me... turns out, in my case, the issue had NOTHING to do with the cap assembly at all!
If you're having internal vacuum issues, take a look at the straw and see if it's touching the bottom of the bottle... what I discovered is the straw was bottomed out and trying to suck itself to the dimple in the middle of the base - this causes a huge restriction and makes it almost impossible to get water out of the straw. The reason it's intermittent, is because sometimes when you screw the cap on, the straw doesn't stay centered over the dimple which allows it to suck from the side with far less restriction.
Easiest fix ever; first, make sure the straw is pushed all the way into the cap. Second, if it still bottoms out, take some good scissors and snip a little of the tip off at a small angle so it can't form a seal. Night and day difference.
So why only 3 stars? I docked 1.5 stars for the rather disappointing suction issue. Yes, it's a relatively easy fix, but in my book, that's still a pretty major flaw for Contigo to overlook and it doesn't appear to be just a small batch that are affected - all 3 of the bottles we purchased had this problem despite being different purchase dates and bottle sizes/versions. There are also plenty of reviewers saying similar things.
I also docked 0.5 stars because the shield/cover for the straw section can be a bit cumbersome and interfere when you push the straw down unless you consciously line it up with the straw. I'm not sure why Contigo didn't make this have some form of spring loading so it stays lined up with the straw... perhaps I'm being a little nit picky with this point but it just doesn't sit well with my Engineering/Designer background!
That said, I'll happily award Contigo the 2 stars if the water bottle is still going strong in 2 years and I've not had to make any warranty replacements!
I love that they fit 32 oz of water so you don't have to refill it as much. In fact, I couldn't really find any other water bottle that was over 24 oz. I found that my hour workout needed more than 24 oz of water, so this was great!
You can close the spout and it even has a lock you can flip so it won't accidentally open it. My kids are fascinated by the way they can make it open and close, and if that makes them more eager to drink water, I think that's a win!
I love that they come in various colors, too. Makes it easy to distinguish whose water bottle is whose in the family.
I like the water spout, as well. I found some water bottles were difficult to really drink of, and this is a straw and a spout so it's easy to drink out of.
Also, this comes apart easily for cleaning.