Hydro Flask Double Wall Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel Leak Proof Sports Water Bottle, Wide Mouth with BPA Free Flex Cap
|Price:||$29.90 - $89.95|
- Wide Mouth 2.19" opening fits the Hydro Flask Straw Lid, Hydro Flip, and Wide Mouth Flex Cap With its double-wall vacuum insulated TempShield technology, liquids remain hot up to 6 Hours, and cold up to 24 Hours
- All Hydro Flasks are made of non-toxic BPA-free plastics & 18/8 stainless steel food-grade stainless steel
- Thanks to the proprietary powder coat, your bottle stays slip-free making it easy to go wherever you do
- Comes standard with the new Flex Cap
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From the manufacturer
We are a global leader in high-performance, insulated stainless steel flasks. The company's mission is to save the world from lukewarm.
Using the highest quality 18/8 stainless steel, Hydro Flask food and beverage flasks are stylish, BPA-free, recyclable, and backed by a lifetime warranty*.
- *For more information you can contact the official customer service or visit the official website.
Made For The Outdoors
Lace up your hiking boots, grab a few camping chairs, and bring plenty of water. Big enough for a whole day in the backcountry, our Wide Mouth Bottle is made with professional-grade stainless steel and a wider opening for faster fill. And because it’s designed with TempShield double wall insulation, it keeps your hot water hot up to 12 hours or ice water refreshingly ice cold up to 24. Which means you’ll always have the perfect temperature drink, whether you’re navigating trails or celebrating your summit.
- Wide Mouth opening for faster fill and flow
- TempShield insulation eliminates condensation and keeps beverages cold up to 24 hours and hot up to 12 hours
- Durable 18/8 Pro-Grade Stainless Steel construction
- BPA-Free and Phthalate Free
- Industry-standard wide mouth opening fits many third-party water filters
- Compatible with our Wide Mouth Straw Lid and Hydro Flip Lid
Used in every Hydro Flask made, TempShield is the double wall, vacuum insulated technology that guards the temperature of your drink. Bring ice water with you in the morning, and we promise you’ll still have ice in the afternoon. Hectic morning getting in the way of your coffee sipping? No problem. Hydro Flask will keep it hot until you’re ready. There is also no condensation or heat transfer to the outside of the bottle, ever.
Water Bottle with Flex Cap
Water Bottle with Straw Lid
Water Bottle with Sports Cap
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Hydro Flask's insulated water bottles are made of high quality food grade 18/8 stainless steel. The bottles have no liner (like most aluminum bottles) and are BPA free. Unlike plastic water bottles or single wall stainless bottles, Hydro Flask will keep your beverage of choice at your preferred temperature for hours, whether you choose hot, cold or room temperature liquids. All Hydro Flask products feature a lifetime warranty and are double wall vacuum insulated. They are designed to be lightweight, making them great for long hikes, days on the beach, hot yoga classes, golf, long road trips or everyday office use. Even when filled with ice, the exterior of your Hydro Flask will never leave a puddle on your desk, drip on your shirt, or sweat in your bag.
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So here's the pros:
1) Unbelievably effective at holding temperature. Have yet to see an occasion when there is not still ice at the end of the day, no matter how hot it's been: sitting in a hot car, going through a double class of Bikram yoga (4hrs in 105 degree room!)
2) Incredibly well made. We have had other metal water bottles; they dent; paint chips or peels. Not this one; my son's still looks brand new after hanging off his backpack, banging around for the past 3 months.
3) Doesn't hold odors at all (unlike plastic bottles.)
4) Easy to clean (unlike most aluminum bottles.) I can actually get my (size 6.5) hand inside. Even the straw lid (bought separately) is constructed so that it is much easier to clean than, say, a Camelbak.
5) Dishwasher safe. Well, I'm not sure the company says that, but I've put it in the dishwasher over & over, and it still looks new.
6) Other available lids work well. Straw lid is easy to use, easy to clean, & watertight. Flip top lid is also easy to use & clean, but the company warns that it is not watertight, and it definitely isn't - bottle must be kept upright, or it spills.
7) Double wall means no condensation. Doesn't ever get slippery to hold. Won't form a little puddle or make water rings.
8) No BPAs (in case, after we've all been using them for years, "they" decide that HDPE 2 or other plastics aren't safe, after all.)
1) It's a lot of money for a water bottle! (Ok, vacuum bottle - you can put other stuff in, but still...)
2) The screw on cap works great, but is not so convenient. So, more money to buy other lids.
3) The 40 oz is a little inconvenient to carry. It's just slightly too big to fit in any of our cars' cup holders. (I'm guessing the 18 or 20 oz are the biggest that would fit there.) The 40 oz is also quite tall; it overbalances in pockets made for water bottles (e.g. on all our backpacks. The 32 oz is shorter, so might not have this problem.)
4) Since it's opaque, it's a little tricky to fill from a refrigerator water dispenser. Eventually you can gauge how full it is by sound, but it takes a little trial & error.
5) Somewhat heavier than a plastic bottle of equivalent size. But it is not a big difference.
6) Ok this one is really, really minor, but I can see how it might matter to somebody, sometime... it's kind of loud. That is, if you have ice: when you walk around, you will be accompanied by the sound of the ice clinking against the metal walls. If you're drinking in a library, people will notice ;-)
I would absolutely recommend this to anyone who wants a great water bottle. For many people, it's probably in the category of "you don't know what you're missing until you've tried it." OTOH, it's still just a water bottle, or thermos or whatever, and there are lots of cheaper options! This should satisfy anyone who subscribes to the idea of having fewer things, of better quality. For myself, I will buy it again, but in a smaller size so I can carry it more easily.
Wow, I've managed to say a lot about a water bottle... If anyone bothers to read this, I hope it helps your purchase decision :-)
- Really does keep stuff cold for a very long time (we haven't tried hot nor anything but water, but that's intentional); there's no question it'll make it to 24 hours with contents still cold, although we have yet to have ice still present after that long
- Very sturdy bottle, looks like it could take a bit of rough handling; if I had a job in outdoor construction, this is the bottle I'd insist on having
- The powder-coat exterior makes it easy to hold and drink from
- Wide mouth makes loading of ice cubes very easy
- Standard wide-mouth threads mean caps from other makers will usually fit it
- Ice cubes will rattle and clank due to the metal interior...I don't see how it'd be possible to have it be otherwise
- If you do have a lot of ice in there and are drinking from the open mouth of the bottle, take care or you could end up with a mess (better to get a straw- or other type of drink-thru cap, honestly, or to pour into a cup or tumbler)
- Yes, it's kind of expensive, but you get what you pay for
- We added the Hydro Flask OEM straw lid, plus a third-party bottle-carrying pouch, and it's perfect for our daily extended fitness walks. Only trouble is the lid adds to the expense of an already pricey bottle.
- On the other hand, there's a wide variety of lids available, both from Hydro Flask and 3rd party vendors.
- Hand wash only! No, you can't put this bottle or its lids through a dishwasher. If you really need to deep-clean the bottle, say if you've been putting soup or coffee or sweetened drinks in it for weeks or months and there's a noticeable smell, I'd recommend instead a big soup-pot full of hot soapy water, submerge the bottle and let it soak for some hours, then scrub with a bottle-brush.
- Even w/out the carrying pouch, the 32oz bottle only fits our vehicle's cup-holder if we remove the inserts.
- If you do buy one of these larger Hydro Flasks (ours here was the 32 oz version) and it doesn't even last half a day staying cold, you may well have a defective one (i.e., the vacuum broke or you may have bought a counterfeit model). Either way, try asking for a replacement. It's worth mentioning though that the smaller flasks (we have a 2nd at 18oz) may not keep stuff cold quite as long because the thermal mass is significantly smaller.
I think it's a bit of an exaggeration when some folks have claimed 'days' and still having ice, but there's no question we've managed 24 hours with the contents still quite cold. (One day I tested just to see how it would go. Maybe if you packed it cram-full of ice and just some water and used the insulated cap...)
Would we buy again? Yes.