Avex Brazos 25 oz Water Bottle
|Price:||$9.52 - $24.95|
- One-handed, BPA-free plastic water bottle automatically seals between sips
- BPA-free plastic water bottle has no cap to remove, no spout to open making it great for one-handed use during activities
- Patented AUTOSEAL spill-proof and leak-proof technology - simply press the button to sip and release to automatically seal
- AUTOSEAL lid automatically seals between drinks to eliminate spills and leaks
- Easy transport with a convenient clip-on handle that attaches to gym bags, backpacks and gear
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FEATURES of the Moosejaw Avex Brazos 25 oz Water Bottle One-handed, BPA-free plastic water bottle automatically seals between sips BPA-free plastic water bottle has no cap to remove, no spout to open making it great for one-handed use during activities Patented AUTOSEAL spill-proof and leak-proof technology - simply press the button to sip and release to automatically seal AUTOSEAL lid automatically seals between drinks to eliminate spills and leaks Easy transport with a convenient clip-on handle that attaches to gym bags, backpacks and gear Spout shield covers and protects the spout from dirt and germs No plastic odors or taste with FDA-approved, BPA-free Tritan materials Water bottle is top-rack dishwasher-safe 25 oz. capacity
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I refuse to go back to a water bottle with a straw. The autoseal technology lets the water flow so much easier, and as a result, faster. I drink a good 4 to 6 bottles of water a day and when I tip this thing up I'll usually guzzle a quarter of it at a time. It takes about half the time of a straw-ed water bottle, and I would usually drink that much from the straw anyway, between the time and energy it takes to pull the water through the bite-valve and straw.
The last one lasted about a year, but cracked from a 4' fall onto concrete while, maybe, half full. It certainly wasn't the first fall onto a hard surface either, so I wouldn't say it's weak plastic, but I'd say my Camelbak bottles held up a bit better. BUT, I have always had issues keeping the Camelbak bottles clean, so per fill, I'd say I got more use out this than any individual Camelbak bottle. Then to factor price, I paid somewhere between 60-80% of the cost of a similar Camelbak Eddie on Amazon (for the most part, depending on color).
These bottles hold up great to long term wear and tear and never, ever leak. You will love them. Buy two or more. I did!!
I'm docking a star because I dropped one and it started leaking, my fault, but durability is important AND because one of the other bottle's rubber handle got squishy and would come off in chunks? Anyway, 2 out of 6 had issues but were also used for daily for 6+ mos before we lost them or they had to be retired. Hope this helps!