Klean Kanteen Wide Mouth Double Wall Insulated Water Bottle with Loop Cap
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- Made with double-walled construction and high quality 18/8, food-grade stainless steel, the vacuum between the bottle walls offers superior insulating properties
- Lightweight and perfectly sized to fit in most cup holders and the leakproof Loop Cap clips onto just about anything
- Free of BPA, phthalates, lead and other toxins, stainless steel caps create a 100-Percent stainless interior
- Can be used with the Klean Kanteen Flip D-Ring Cap and the new Café Cap
- Great for home, office, travel or even backcountry-works with standard water filter accessories
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Klean Kanteen Wide Insulated - To create the Kanteen Wide Insulated, we added double-walled, vacuum insulation to our wide-mouth bottle while incorporating all the design features and quality materials that set Klean Kanteen apart. The result is an exceptionally versatile Insulated Kanteen that does triple duty as a mug, a thermos and an insulated food container.We designed the Kanteen Wide Insulated to give you everything you could ever want from an insulated bottle. Its a sleek, earth-friendly to-go mug that will earn you style points as you stand in line at the coffee shop. Its a high performance insulated bottle that keeps food and drinks hot or cold all day, whether youre at the office or on an outdoor adventure. Its also a wide-mouth insulated container that makes it so easy to take hot foods on the go, you can pack anything from chunky stew to pasta dishes to Thai food.Durable Construction & High Performance. Our Insulated bottles are made using durable, double-walled construction and vacuum insulation, which has amazing insulating properties. It keeps contents hot or cold for up to six hours, while iced drinks stay frosty for more than 24.Superior Materials. The Insulated Kanteen is made from the same BPA-free, food-grade, 18/8, stainless steel that put Klean Kanteen on the map as the first safe, reusable, stainless steel bottle. Plus it has our trademark stainless threads and an all-stainless interior with no inner liner to scratch or dent. So its inherently free of BPA, phthalates, lead and other harmful substances, even when exposed to highly acidic or hot liquids.Nice Clean Curves. The rounded corners make the bottle easy to clean and the 100% stainless steel interior wont retain or impart flavors. Go from lattés to lentils to lemonade with no lingering tastes.Ultimate Versatility. Lightweight and compact, Kanteen Wide Insulated bottles fit in most cup holders and come with a leakproof Stainless Loop Cap. Clip it onto your bag or throw it inside
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Based on that success story I then purchased this 20 ounce insulated bottle assuming that the product was going to be as good. That was back in October of 2014. As I write this in August 2016 there is still a residual odor and presumably the accompanying chemicals left in the water whenever I put the cap on the bottle.
Stupidly I assumed that the problem was the insulated bottle and the type of lid they were using for that. So in March 2015 I purchased the Klean Kanteen Wide Mouth Bottle with Stainless Loop Cap (Brushed Stainless, 64-Ounce) . I thought I was buying a bigger version of my 27 ounce bottle. Nope. The cap on that also imparts a hideous chemical taste to the water.
I read some reviews and saw others had the same issue. I washed the tops in vinegar, I let them soak in water for hours, I tried a little bleach, I tried baking soda but nothing has cleaned up the taste.
I'd hoped the passage of time would alleviate the odor and it has diminished slightly but there is still a strong taste to the water. So the bottles do not function on any level for water storage if you want nice clean tasting fluid. I use them only for short notice when I need to carry water from A to B. I can't leave the water in the fridge without it absorbing the smell.
I am very disappointed in the product.
And while I do love my 27 ounce bottle when I found myself looking at some insulated beakers I decided not to go with KK product - I've really lost faith in the brand.
I got this for my daughter, and she was happy until she took her first drink from it, and said "it tastes like plastic, why does it smell so bad?"
If Kleen Kanteen made a decent lid for this, I would recommend it, otherwise get something else.
On edit: on closer inspection, the gasket is indeed clear silicone. However it does have an odor; I can not determine whether or not that odor comes from the contact with the polypropylene lid.
3 mylar blankets
North American Arms .22 short revolver
5"x1/2" ferro rod
fish mouth spreaders for holding canteen over fire
Fishing pole that looks like a huge pen
Reel for pole
small fishing kit
5 piece spear kit
nylon cordage x 50'
.22 short rounds x 30
10' rolled duct tape
Minimalist first aid kit
Compass x 3
Small flash lights x 3
small plastic bags x 3
small multi tool
thin fixed blade knife
Everything except the .22 was all purchased on Amazon. Great kit. I tied another 20' of paracord around the top of the canteen and wear it over my shoulder kind of like a purse but much manlier.
I like the bottle and may get another that size for camping. I'm outside the window for returns or replacement but I would definitely recommend testing the bottles as soon as you get the vice waiting to use it later and finding the problem camping.
It does a great job keeping cold things cold and hot things hot. I left the bottle in my truck overnight with some ice in it and the next morning there was still a considerable amount of ice left. I've don't the same thing with coffee and while it wasn't piping hot it was still warm and drinkable.
At 20 oz the quantity is limited but it's small enough that if fits perfectly into the side pouch of my backpack so it's very easy to take along wherever I go. While larger bottles can obviously carry more liquid the size make them a little more difficult to carry around everywhere in my opinion. Overall a great purchase.
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Great canteen,great design,and lightweight,too,can't recommend it enough.
General: Wow! This is a wonderful piece of simple but elegant engineering. Entirely stainless (food grade) with that brushed finish which I personally prefer to the shiny. I don't know for sure but I believe brushed is easily to grip (this bottle is pretty big and wide) and I won't be as obsessive with fingermarks as I would be with a mirror finish item. The mouth is very wide so I don't advise drinking while walking. Ice cubes go in super easy if you want to keep your drink colder for longer.
Lid: The lid is (non-BPA) plastic, very strong and rigid, with stainless inside so that when the bottle is closed there is no plastic touching the contents. The lid also houses a silicon seal ring which has a pull-tab to help remove it (nice touch!) for easy cleaning - no more poking a knife point into a gaps to get the seal out for cleaning! Technically because the silicon ring seals the lid tight a tiny bit of it may contact your drink inside - I don't know how to test this but it will be tiny and this is no different to any other leak-proof bottle as far as I know. There are currently 2 other lids that fit this - the cafe lid (may be easier to drink out of on-the-move) and a flat lid with a flip D-cup ring. The website says the bottle is compatible with backcountry water filters.
Safety: Obviously this is not designed for hot drinks/soup as it's not a vacuum flask but you could put cold soup (or whatever) in to heat up at your destination. Klean Kanteen say you can boil water ("at a pinch" AKA survival) in this particular bottle (wide mouth, brushed finish, non-vac) over a camp stove so long as the lid is off but that will effect the finish - that would be a shame, this bottle is sexy! This bottle has no BPA, no aluminium, no liners, no paint. You can use it for acidic fruit juices, milk and alcohol. It is dishwasher safe but not freezer or microwave safe. Check out the FAQ on Klean Kanteen's website.
Notes: I'd prefer chunky ridges on the lid for opening/closing but having said that I have not struggled and you do not need to screw it on super tight. Also the large hoop on the lid could be utilised if you struggled. But that's a really minor point. The Tatonka Stainless Steel mug fits over this very nicely indeed Tatonka Stainless Steel Handle Mug which I will be reviewing next.
Anyway I’ve always had reusable water bottles as one I refuse to pay for bottled water and two I can’t imagine how many I’d waste I drink tonnes of water and the 10 years I’ve used reusable water bottles I think I’ve at least helped the waste and plastic problem we have slightly.
I thought this time why not eliminate even more plastic.
It’s robust (withstands an angry toddler launching it into a road. Don’t ask). It has a wide top to drink from.
I love it.
I've been trying to find a decent water bottle around the 2L size and I've not had much joy doing so. Either the cap leaked within minutes or within a few uses the plastic seams leaked instead.
So after a comment by someone else on another review I did for a water bottle I felt going the stainless steel route might be better. The only problem I have found with stainless steel water bottles is getting a hold of them. Finding this one in stock was a surprise and I'm pleased I did because it is brilliant. The lid actually seals and if there was a leak anywhere else I would start getting worried about everything else we make stainless steel out of! The only very small issue I have with it is a lack of handle. I'm not a fan of the looped cap, would have preferred some sort of grip device on the side even if it was soldered on.
But even without a handle I'm incredibly pleased with this water bottle!
I absolutely will NOT go anywhere on an overnight hiking / backpacking trip without this product. Made of food grade stainless steel with a nice, wide mouth and having the ability to boil 1 litre of water in it over an open fire is a godsend for a backpacker. The cap that comes with it does the job well, and no leaks around the cap seal when I filled the bottle and hung it upside down overnight to test out it's seal.
Klean Kanteen make a cap that is flat with a pop up carry handle that I'll be looking at to replace the cap that came with this bottle, but other than that, an excellent product that any serious hiker / backpacker should not be without.
My first tatonka mug was ever so slightly smaller so the flask would not fit inside it.
Better still, if you then purchase a "Pathfinder Bottle with nesting cup" ("http://www.heinnie.com/pathfinder-bottle-nesting-cup-set"). You will find that the larger 40 fl oz Klean Kanteen Stainless Steel Bottle fits the larger pathfinder cup better than the Pathfinder bottle, and that the tatonka mug fits the smaller pathfinder bottle brilliantly.
This "nesting" issue is not so important as when you nest the flask into the cup then the residue from wood fires (in my case) will contaminate your cup. So you could carry the cup over the bottle.
This means it might be too bulky for some uses, but for me it's very handy to be able to carry this much water in a single bottle. I use a carabiner to attach to the side of my day pack.
Some minor negative points. First, it would be nice to have a more convenient cap, such as a flippable spout. Second, non-metric sizing forced me to Google what the hell "64oz" meant. Come on it's 2016!
Good design and keeps the drinks warm or cold. So two stars.
Personally I don't know if it's safe because of taste and rust so I'm using a glass one and I'm very careful. I just bought a small glass bottle of sparkling water at the supermarket and I'm reusing it. The lid isn't the best but maybe safer.
There is, and never has been a funny taste, it always tastes good and clean.
One thing I will say is that it is definitely not for hot drinks... I never intended it to be but it did give my wife a shock when she tried!
Not really meant for anything other than water or cold tea.