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Contigo AUTOSPOUT Addison Reusable Water Bottle, 24oz, Cobalt
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- Lend a Hand - Easy one-handed drinking from this sports bottle with no lids to remove or lose
- Eyes Up - Keep your eyes on the task at hand with the water bottle's convenient pop up straw on this AUTOSPOUT lid
- Seal It In - Leak-proof lid (when closed) for on-the-go convenience
- Cleaner Drinking - Protective spout cover helps keep out gross dirt and germs
- Measure Up - Convenient volume markings on this reusable water bottle for easy measuring and tracking. Clean Up - Top rack dishwasher safe lid and body.
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|Sold By||Bargains N More||Tigo Distributors||Firefly Buys||Teylas Treasures LLC|
|Capacity||24 ounces||24 ounces||24 ounces||24 ounces|
|Color||Cobalt||Orange and Blue||Monaco, Sangria & Smoke||Monaco|
|Item Package Weight||0.45 pounds||0.8 pounds||1.4 pounds||0.45 pounds|
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Like many others, the round black rubber gasket in the lid fell off and I had a very tough time figuring out how to put it back in again without it falling back out the instant the cap gets unscrewed.
If you're looking down directly at the inside of the cap, here's what you want to do:
1. Look at the attached images to see how the rubber gasket SHOULD be seated. Note that the gasket sits flat inside the cap. This is difficult to arrange because the gasket's natural resting orientation is to have the sides stand up vertically, but we will get to it. There is also a slight raised area on the gasket which should be orientated as show in the photos.
2. Make sure the gasket and the cap are completely DRY. The reason the gasket came off in the first place is because moisture got between the gasket and the plastic, causing it to slip off. Once you dry the gasket and the plastic, the tackiness of the rubber will stick much better to the surface of the plastic. This is also the reason you see so many white fibers in the photos - I used tissue paper to dry the surfaces.
3. Get two small coins - a dime or a nickel should do. At the 5 o'clock position in the photo, insert the gasket's flat side and then keep it held down with the outside flat edge of one of the coins. You need to keep pressure on this coin at all times because the gasket will want to twist out of this flat orientation naturally. See the photo of the one coin inserted.
4. With a couple fingers stretch the gasket around the perimeter of the circle so that it stays in place.
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I took the empty bottle through airport security since they don't allow liquids, refilled it in the terminal's drinking fountain, and boarded my flight. After a little while in the air I decided to take a drink not realizing that the bottle had become pressurized. I pushed the button and the nozzle popped open and promptly sprayed a large quantity of water over my shoulder, down the isle, and all over everyone sitting behind me. It was easily one of the most embarrassing moments of my life! Nearly a dozen towels needed to be handed out to wet angry travelers, and I was asked repeatedly if I had done it intentionally and if I was absolutely sure it was only water and not some sort of nerve toxin or explosive or the like.
Despite this event, I later took the bottle on a hike up a mountain and upon arriving at the summit I got a face-full of the water that was supposed to go inside me to keep me hydrated. I no longer travel with this bottle - it stays in my home because I'm afraid of it - but as a bedside or deskside water bottle, it is quite nice.
A few weeks later, it seemed like our little friend had become terminally ill. Sucking on the lil' sucker tube brought up mostly air instead of water, as if something in Contigo's guts had been punctured. Poor Contigo. Fortunately, the problem was not a vital organ. My wife discarded the straw and began using Contigo like a Nalgene bottle.
Two weeks after the organ failure, Contigo began to bleed externally. Either that, or it began to cry profusely whenever it was shaken or tipped upside-down. It seems that our little friend is beyond hope. Very soon, our Contigo will no longer be Conozco. We simply cannot love a bottle that is not fit to perform its duties. Goodbye, Contigo. I wish I never loved you.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love my water bottle! I can't believe I used to live without this. I always have it on my desk while I'm at work so I remember to drink enough water during the day, and of... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Maryam Kohram
Love the contigo bottle and designs. I like the handle you can hold the bottle with. I like that the spout can be closed and like that it had a straw inside. Read morePublished 4 days ago by ab
Compared to other water bottles, there is not as much resistance in sucking water from this one.Published 4 days ago by Nick Clark
I use this water bottle for the gym and it just perfect. I can open and close the spout with just one hand if I have to. Holds just the right amount of liquid (16ozs). Read morePublished 5 days ago by Zowie
I love this water bottle. This is the third one I have bought in this size, and I have one more in the 24 oz. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Nessapier
The black rubber piece inside the lid popped off after just a few uses and now I have to put it back in multiple times per day just for it to pop off again because the lid won't... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Casey