Nalgene Tritan 32oz Wide Mouth BPA-Free Water Bottle
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- Tough and impact resistant
- Leak proof
- Dishwasher safe and won't retain odors
- BPA Free
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Convenient wide-mouth design in a handy 16 oz size. Easily add ice or clean up after transporting juice or sports drinks. Made from Tritan copolyester so it's super tough and nice looking too.
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Tip: Make sure you clean the ring that holds the cap to the bottle....eventually it'll get a little grimy and start smelling if you neglect this part.
-cheap, affordable prices
-variety of colors
-vibrancy of colors (I got purple and the color is striking)
-durable (won't scratch or dent)
-see-through (I always drink half before lunch, and the rest before dinner)
-lid always stays attached
-holds a lot of water (I got the 32oz and I think that's a good size)
-unfortunately, since it is so big, it doesn't fit in drink holders
-does not keep water cold for a long time (I like my water room temp so that doesn't bother me)
If you're debating on whether you're gonna buy this or some other overrated expensive waterbottle, definitely get this. It is worth it I promise. :) xxxx
The plastic makes it smell weird inside. If I have plain water in there, the plastic smell is fairly gross. If I'm working out, it doesn't bother me, but if I'm at my desk at work and don't feel like I am dying of thirst it just puts me off from drinking out of it. It isn't a "new bottle" issue, either, because I have had this bottle for over half a year now. This is not something I experienced with the Nalgene I had in high school, now sadly lost. It had a slight plastic scent but it smelled cleaner, almost- it wasn't as strong and the character of the scent was not as unpleasant. Maybe it has to do with the color of Nalgene bottle I picked this time. If I have something besides water in the bottle that has a scent of its own, such as a smoothie, the smell isn't so much of a problem.
However, if I have anything other than water in the bottle, I have another problem. Liquid likes to pool around the threading and then drip down your chin or onto your clothes. Water just evaporates, but drops of anything else don't look good on work clothes. I'm purchasing a splash guard and I hope that that mostly solves the issue.
The plastic strap broke away from the lid after just a few weeks of regular use. The bottle itself, though, is great, and is usable even without the strap even if it is a bit less portable than it was before. If the splashguard ends up being effective I may purchase another Nalgene bottle so that I can swap them out- one to use while the other is in the diswasher, etc, and so that I do have one with (hopefully) a working strap for when i do need to attach it to something.
That being said, the bottle is fine. It holds enough water for my purposes, is a nice bright green, and it looks good with the pillid and insulator I also bought. I wish I could get a bottle in this exact size, shape, and maybe even color but made of glass. I think plastic is affected by the flavor of anything you put in it. I really like to add a little lemon flavor to my water sometimes, which causes a problem for me.
The wide mouth is great for adding ice or fruit, if that's your thing. It isn't harder to drink out of or anything, so there's basically no reason to get the narrow mouth bottle.
I will probably buy this again to replace my current one when the plastic has leached a bunch of gross flavors. It's cheap enough that I don't feel bad about having to replace the entire thing or even parts of it, which is a pain with my Camelbak.