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CamelBak Chute .75L Water Bottle
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- Made in USA and Imported
- Angled spout provides an ergonomic drink interface that delivers a high flow of water without sloshing or spilling
- Spout cap snaps into handle to prevent it from getting in the way when drinking
- Comfortable to carry: handle designed to comfortably carry a full bottle with two fingers
- Tether securely attaches the cap to the bottle for easy filling and refilling
- Half turn cap gives you easy access to your water
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|Item Dimensions||3 x 4 x 10.38 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.34 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.34 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.4 pounds|
The new Chute.75L water bottle is designed for hydration on demand, whether you're in the backcountry or sitting at your desk. The ergonomic high-flow spout is angled and contoured for efficient, full-on hydration. The leak-proof, tethered cap twists off with just half a turn and conveniently snaps into the handle so it's out of the way when you're drinking. We even put the threads for the cap on the inside of the spout so you get a comfortable lip seal. And the one-piece tether is twice as clever as any you'll see on the market. It keeps the top locked out of your way for one-handed refills on the go.
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No straw to worry about cleaning, although you will need a small brush to clean inside the lid's internal threads. My favorite part is that the wide mouth allows you to drink a lot of water, without ingesting a lot of air - I have had surgery for acid reflux that makes it more difficult/annoying to burp up air, so this is a major factor for me. Every so often, I need to buy a replacement pack of the tethers, because I seem to go through them every few months (the hinged area breaks)... But most water bottle companies would not sell you these parts separately, so I really don't mind. I am a cheapskate. Trust me, this bottle is worth it.
This is pictured next to a Polar Insulated 24 oz water bottle.
Overall, this is a really well-made durable water bottle, with a wide enough drink opening so that you can drink water fast. The opening is wide enough for ice cubes, if that's your thing.
One of the features mentioned is that the top snaps into the handle, but I don't see that as anything I've been using or foresee myself using -- it takes relatively more pressure than is worth the time to get it to snap into the handle. Still, it's an added feature that I appreciate they included.
I like the handle, as it's a convenient way to carry, and when I travel, I can attach it to my backpack with a carabiner. I really appreciate that, as I've not always liked the idea of carrying liquid inside my computer bag. Now that problem is no longer a concern scratching at the back of my mind.
I also like the packaging. Very easy to remove the cardboard advertisement as well as the three stickers -- one on the drink nozzle, two on the side of the bottle -- without leaving any glue residue behind. It took 30 seconds to remove the stickers, which falls within the realm of acceptable package annoyances. Ideally, I wish they wouldn't include any stickers, but that's another story...
It also includes convenient measurement lines on the sides, you know, in case you want to measure a cup of sugar. Or a cup of water.
Overall, this is a nice-looking water bottle, easy to carry, easy to drink from, durable, with a wide opening for ice, and a carrying handle to hold with your finger, or attached to a carabiner.
I originally purchased this for my girlfriend and wasn't in the market for a water bottle.
After trying hers, I knew I couldn't go back to the way things were before...
- fits in most car cup holders (this is a MUST for me)
- fits in most backpack bottle holders (also important)
- not as clunky as my existing nalgene bottle
- once you take a swig from this bad boy, it'll be hard to go back to a normal water bottle
I think they made the threads the same size and depth as their older style Eddy lids, but didn't account for the ring that goes between the lid and bottle to hold the smaller chute lid, so it's not a watertight seal unless it is really torqued.
We've been using the bite-top lid CamelBak's for years without problems, so I think we get how to "make sure the lid is on tightly to avoid leaks", but with these new ones we've had two massive leaks in just a few weeks, soaking a backpack and the back of a car, and in tests laying them flat they all dribble unless we crank the lid so tight they are difficult to open to wash later.