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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||0.49 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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Top Customer Reviews
1. First things first, the bottle is very tough !! I have dropped it (full with water) many times on hard floor and nothing happens. I carry it mostly in may car's cup holder and I cannot see any scratches on the bottle. Its made of some very tough material which I have never had any water bottle made of.
2. The second most appealing feature is the color combination with green, blue, gray and orange (some of may fav colors).
3. The bottle is ergonomic and easy to hold on to. The bottle has an angled spout which rests in the handle so that it doesn't go in to your nose ;)
4. The cap-cum-handle is very strong and I can carry the bottle holding from the handle.
5. Because of its wide mouth, its so easy to fill the bottle so that I can fill it with my eyes closed.
6. Wide mouth makes it easy to clean and also if you want to add ice in the water/juice/energy drink.
7. I fill the bottle and throw it in my backpack because I know its leak proof (has never failed me on that!!)
8. Being a BPA free bottle, its my go-to bottle.
9. And to add to it, you have life-time warranty from Camelbak (and I am sure I will never have to avail it)
I love it so much that I have bought one more to keep in my office and one for my wife and she doesnt have a different opinion.
This will be among the best 12 dollars you spend on Amazon !!!
The bottle itself appears to be the same as the CamelBak Eddy -- just a different cap, so no bite valve or straw. Since I find the straw to add an unpleasant flavor, and the bite valve to be difficult to clean, I was excited to have a CamelBak bottle without these issues.
The screw-on cap is fine, and the inside threading is nice. Unfortunately the cap is hollow, so there is a gap between the outside and the threaded inside, then inside the threaded inside. I suspect this will be a nightmare to clean should mold ever start to grow up there. Note that the HumanGear CapCap has a similar mouthpiece but doesn't have the internal threading and is easy to clean.
The strap on the cap is a bit stiff and a bit short -- you need to give a good pull on it to re-cap the bottle, but the cap doesn't just flop out of the way -- you need to hold it or snap it into the holder. Snapping into the holder is nice, but after a few days of using it I find it is still very stiff -- for a quick sip you're not going to bother. Maybe both will loosen up over time.
The cap itself is attached to a strap that goes through the handle and then is attached under the main threads of the bottle. So if you unscrew the lid it stays attached to the bottle. This is a nice feature, but the cap is heavier than the bottle, so when the cap is off the bottle naturally falls over -- unless you hold it or have some ice or liquid in it. The CapCap doesn't _have_ to be attached to the bottle (it can be if you want), and the Nalgene OTF doesn't have the strap.
UPDATE: If the small cap is screwed into the large cap, the cap assembly sort of hinges up on the strap and the bottle will stand upright. I'm sure it would topple with some light shaking, but it is stable enough to put on a counter and fill without having to hold the bottle with the other hand.
The handle is a bit wider than the Eddy bottle cap. My fingers are too thick to fit more than one in the eddy, and in this bottle I could fit 1 and a half -- most people would probably get two in comfortably.
The primary competition for this bottle would be the Nalgene OTF, which (in my opinion) overall is a better design. I really wanted to like this bottle more, but I prefer the Nalgene OTF cap (which fits fine on the CamelBak bottles) or the HumanGear CapCap. Both of those are also more comfortable to hook onto a finger while carrying a laptop to a meeting.
I switched to using a filtered pitcher and pouring it directly into these bottles. I keep 2-3 of these filled up and ready to go in the fridge at all times, since having the bottle already cold seems to help drinks stay cold longer. These are performing great so far! There aren't any hidden crevices where anything can build up so one trip through the dishwasher always leaves them perfectly clean and ready to go again. I put the bottle on the bottom rack and haven't had any issues with warping or paint wearing off. I did remove the piece of plastic that holds the cap on, mainly because it made it more difficult to remove the lid to fill them and wash them. They work just fine without those and if I am going somewhere that losing the cap is a concern (like hiking) then I just put that piece back on for the day.