CamelBak eddy .75L Water Bottle
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- Enjoy spill-proof sipping at work or on the trail with the 25 fl. Oz. Camelbak eddy water bottle
- Redesigned cap and Big bite valve provide faster flow than previous versions; just bite and sip, and your beverage flows through the valve
- Dishwasher-safe, durable, BPA-free & BPS-free
- Carry the integrated handle in the crook of a finger, or connect it to a pack or waist belt with a small carabiner (Not included)
- Camelbak Got your Bak guarantee: if we build it, we'll Bak it with our lifetime guarantee
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|Item Dimensions||3 x 3 x 10 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.4 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.34 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.35 pounds|
The eddy bottle makes portable hydration simple-just flip, bite and sip. The.75L size fits easily in the hand and is compatible with most cup holders. The loop handle makes it easy to clip to a pack or comfortably carry in the crook of your finger. The spill-proof design, durable construction and BPA-Free materials make it an ideal bottle for work or play.
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1. Requires Frequent Cleaning
If you use the Eddy on a daily basis, you can expect gunk to build up in the nozzle every 1-2 weeks. This is because after you are done drinking the bite valve retains a few drops of water that just sit until you use it again. This is easy enough to clean assuming that you have a pipe cleaner style tool.
This bottle will leak through some flaw in the design around the bite valve. If I place the bottle in my messenger bag or camping backpack, it is an absolute guarantee that it will leak onto the items around it. I believe the problem stems from the transition between the top of the straw and the bite valve. Every time I take the bottle out of a bag it is wet around the nozzle and thread area.
In my opinion, the leaking issue should deter anyone from purchasing this bottle unless you'll only be using it upright on a desk and don't mind cleaning it frequently.
BUT. I hate the mold. Yes: mold.
Please note: I clean the Eddy regularly – probably twice or three times a week (which I'm assuming is more often than most people) – washing each of the parts separately and thoroughly I let each part dry before reassembling. If the bottle is filled, I store it in the fridge. And I only put water in the bottle.
**And yet** I still have found MOLD growing hidden on the inside of the rubberized bite way too many times. Might just be me... except when I told a few friends who have the same bottle about it, several of them checked... only to find the same problem!!
So gross. And a reliable water bottle shouldn't require such a high degree of maintenance to trust that it's not molding on you.