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New Wave Enviro BpA Free 1 Gallon Water Bottle (Round)
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- BPA Free Tritan Resin
- Tritan Resin is FDA Approved and NSF 51 Certified
- Easy to Clean with Baking Soda and Vinegar
- Handle for Easy Transport
- Reuse Again and Again
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1 Gallon BPA Free Round Enviro Bottle. Why would you put good water in a bad bottle? Tritan Resin is NSF- 51 certified and FDA Approved, ensuring the healthiest drinking experience. Tritan Resin is also impact and shatter resistant, making the 1 Gallon BPA Free Enviro bottle the last bottle you might ever have to purchase.
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Safety WarningDo not microwave. Do not fill with hot liquids. Keep bottle out of direct sunlight. Secure bottles when filled with water. Tritan BpA free resin lacks bisphenol A, which is a building block in Polycarbonate resin. BpA acts to strengthen the plastic. Without BpA, Tritan resin is vulnerable to breaking when the bottle has water in it. Dropping the bottle or allowing it to roll around and bang against solid objects could cause it to break.
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After about 2 weeks I decided to buy a couple more, since I drive so far to get to work, tea is cheaper made than bought.
One of the bottles split a seam while driving to work. They were sitting on the floor and during my 97 mile drive. Down to three. The next week I was bleaching them out to sanitize them. I set them upside down in the sink and came back after an hour and 2nd one split a seam. Down to two. This morning I went to pick up the two bottles, both full of tea and I set them onto the counter. I looked down and the seam of one of them sprung a leak. Three down. one to go. I will not be purchasing these anymore. I am so very careful with them but 33.00 for the three broken seams. the 99cent gallon of water bottles from the grocery lasted months longer than these did, I just dont trust re-using store bought bottles.
The feature that annoyed me:
The jugs feature a wide blue fabric ribbon that serves as a "keeper" or retainer to keep the cap attached to the neck of the bottle when filling or pouring. I found that the cap dangling from the neck of the bottle when filling and pouring was incredibly annoying, and so I did myself a big favor and used a pair of scissors to completely remove the retainer fabric ribbon. With the retainer ribbon removed completely, I now find the bottles, and their caps, far easier to fill, to pour from, and to handle.
The potential problem that I noticed, which seems to occur in about 45% of the bottles that I have received so far:
About 45% of the bottles exhibit a weird and unexpected problem where the cap, even when tightened as much as possible, leaks pretty badly if the jug is turned on its side or upended (that is, turned upside down). In one case, the leak turned out to be primarily due to the fact that the translucent silicone rubber seal in the cap had -- apparently during shipping -- come loose in its groove and was sitting askew in the groove, and once I carefully re-seated the seal in its slot/groove, and then replaced the cap and tightened it, the leak disappeared.
However, the remainder of the jugs that leaked did not exhibit any problems with the fit or seating of the flexible silicone rubber seal in its slot, and yet, even when the cap was tightened with a great deal of force, the caps exhibited very significant leakage if the jug was turned on its side or upside down. In a few of the cases, that is, for a small percentage of the leaking jugs, I was able to finally remediate the leak by removing the cap and then replacing it, and then tightening it by hand with a force of over 50 foot-pounds (which is quite extreme). Frankly, it should not be necessary to need to exhibit superhuman strength in tightening the caps on these jugs just to ensure a good seal of the cap to the bottle.
For the remainder of the jugs that exhibited leaky cap seals, even the application of superhuman levels of force in tightening the cap did not create a true seal, and thus these bottles continued to leak, and to leak badly, whenever they were tilted on their side or turned upside down.
BTW, I am using these jugs for the purpose of storing well water from my mountain well, and not for storing any kinds of exotic liquids (such as solvents, etc.) that might leak more easily than would water.
For me, the leaky cap seals on about 45% of the jugs is not a major issue, since for the purpose for which I am using these jugs, they are always stored upright, and are never tilted or turned upside down while the cap is in place. However, if you are planning to use these jugs for carrying water in a car, or in a panier bag on a bike, or in a backpack, where the jug might often be tilted or upended, then the leakiness of some of the caps could turn out to be a major problem for you, for you might have some major leakage of the jug contents on your hands!
I hope Amazon looks into this and if New Wave continues this ridiculous policy on not honoring their warranty because the item was purchased through Amazon, then Amazon should stop selling their products! Thanks.
the only one down side is the strap, because you are tempted to carry it by the strap and it is not very secure. i broke my first one this way, but bought another one because it is still a great product.