Clean Bottle 24-Ounce Water Bottle
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- Leak-proof scew-off bottom cap. Gone are the days of trying in vain to wash out that funk at the bottom of your bottles. With Clean Bottle, cleaning and drying are easy.
- Clean Bottle is made with 100% non-toxic, BPA-free plastics, making it safe to use over and over
- Clean Bottle is also top-rack dishwasher safe, so you can run it in the dishwasher without fear of it breaking down
- 10% of all Clean Bottle profits are donated to eco and cycling friendly charities that you vote for
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|Item Dimensions||8.5 x 2.75 x 2.5 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.15 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.15 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.2 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
What I've found is that it doesn't leak until you let it sit for a few hours. After a few hours the bottle leaks about a tablespoon, or so, of liquid from the bottom cap when you tilt it. Let it sit for a few more hours and it will leak again, and so on.
Company owner promised to replace it, but never did.
Not a fan.
Update 8/9/14 - Jesse at Clean Designs, LLC, made good on the promise and sent the new bottle lid which arrived in the mail on Saturday 8/9, albeit postage due $1.66 (which I was happy to pay considering the yellow teat's failure was no fault of the manufacturer). That said, the company had affixed $.66 postage to the mailer. I've given the bottle to my now school-aged son, who has expressed complete satisfaction with the product. I'll post some photos of the old lid versus the new lid today or tomorrow, then put the old lid in the recycling bin.
I would definitely, to use a Southernism, trade with this company again - I'm impressed by their integrity and customer service.
Update 8/6/14 - this is the second of my reviews I have had to revise in as many days. When I took a closer look at the water bottle's lid and yellow nipple/stopper yesterday afternoon, after posting the review that follows this paragraph, I saw that it appeared to have been bitten through. Sure, the nipple pops up a bit too high and does let some water dribble and spill out, but what really made the bottle useless was the fact that my young son, when younger still, appears to have bitten through the stopper, reckoning it like unto a child's chew-toy. My wife, an elementary school teacher, informs me that even children in first and second grades tend to chew on things, that it is normal for them. So, I recommend against letting your very young children drink from your Clean Bottle, even though they will persuasively make request to do so.Read more ›
I do like being able to clean it from the bottom.
BUT. It leaks every time I refill it for 3-5 sips. Then it is ok. But it just consistently leaks when I fill it up every time.
In the end totally not worth it for that reason. I still use mine though. So I suppose it's not that bad.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The older version I bought of this bottle was much better and I loved it.The new version leaks while it sit in your bottle holder and the nipple makes you spill on your face.Published 26 days ago by Matthew R. Linden
Ordered 2 bottles to try. Use them daily and are easy to clean.Published 1 month ago by Louise E. Wheeler
These bottles leak at the bottom!! Both of them leak even when tightened. Regret purchasing thesePublished 1 month ago by Mike Ferrando
These are the best water bottles on the market. Period. I have been using one of these bottles for the past 3 years and I ride approximately 4,000 miles a year. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Why didn't I think of this?! Water bottles, esp if you put any kind of electrolyte or protein drink in it are so hard to clean. This product is greatPublished 2 months ago by dave bundy
They are great just want to know of they are dishwasher safePublished 2 months ago by Henry Robinson
You have to screw the bottom on very, very tightly or it'll leak. So tight that I thought I was going to break the thing...Published 2 months ago by James Fatherree