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Polar Bottle Insulated Water Bottle

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I stumbled across these when they were only available in one color, the white, quite by chance and bought two.
They keep the water cold and fit well on the sides of their backpacks.
They keep beverages cold for several hours and avoid the "sweating" that is often a problem on humid days.
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  • Double-wall construction; a thermal barrier of air keeps heat out and cold in
  • 100 percent BPA-free and Phthalate-free
  • Fits standard bicycle water bottle cages
  • Wide mouth allows ice cubes easily into the bottle and makes cleaning easy
  • Dishwasher and freezer safe

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Product Description

Product Description

Combining the thermal properties of an insulated vacuum bottle with the lightweight, flexible features of a plastic bottle, the Polar Bottle® is the ideal choice for active people. Simply fill with liquid and ice and hit the trail. For even longer cooling power, fill your Polar Bottle® and store it in the freezer before use. Either way, it will keep liquids cold twice as long as conventional water bottles.

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Polar Bottle is the original insulated plastic sport bottle and has been keeping liquids colder, longer, since 1994. The bottle has evolved in the years since with brightly colored foil liners and patterns and an innovative removable valve system. Made in America, Polar Bottle is popular throughout the world.

Combining the thermal properties of an insulated vacuum bottle with the lightweight, flexible features of a plastic bottle, Polar Bottle's insulated water bottle is the ideal choice for active people. Simply fill with liquid and ice and hit the trail. For even longer cooling power, fill your insulated bottle and store it in the freezer before use. Either way, it will keep liquids cold twice as long as conventional water bottles.

Insulated Technology
The double-wall construction of our insulated water bottles creates a thermal barrier of air to keep heat out and cold in. Foil layers reflect solar rays for additional thermal protection.

BPA-Free & Phthalate-Free
Polar Bottle has never used BPA in any water bottles. Even the first Polar Bottles in 1994 were BPA-free.

Features:

  • 100 percent BPA-free and Phthalate-free
  • Double-wall construction; a thermal barrier of air keeps heat out and cold in
  • Foil layer reflects solar rays for additional thermal protection
  • Constructed of low density polyethylene, a durable, lightweight and FDA food grade approved material which complies with the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 (CPSIA) as well as California Proposition 65
  • Fits standard bicycle water bottle cages
  • Removable carrying strap so you can take the bottle everywhere
  • Wide mouth allows ice cubes easily into the bottle and makes cleaning easy
  • Urethane drinking valve is removable and replaceable
  • Dishwasher and freezer safe
  • Made in the USA

Specifications:

  • Fluid Capacity: 20 ounces / 24 ounces
  • Bottle Weight: 132 grams / 144 grams
  • Height: 9 inches / 10.5 inches
  • Diameter: 2.95 inches / 2.95 inches


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 3 x 10.8 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000F7Z0KI
  • Item model number: POLAR Thermal Insulated Bottle
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3,862 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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By John-something VINE VOICE on July 14, 2008
Normally, thermal bottles are too hard to squeeze to get fluid out of them, and they don't insulate very well at all. These are the first I've tried that actually worked, and they're just as squeezable as regular water bottles.

PROS and TESTIMONIAL: First time using these I froze them both, put them on the bike, went riding out in the heat of summer, and couldn't get a drop out of them because they remained frozen hard as bowling balls the more than two hours of that particular ride out on the open road. I finally had to open one and drink at least the one sip's worth of fluid that had melted. This was an absolute first. I've used other thermal water bottles over the years, but I tossed them all pretty quickly. None of them worked until these.

Second ride I refrigerated them and put ice cubes in before heading out. The ice melted but the contents remained fairly cool for hours or riding, again in the heat of summer.

Third time I came up with a brilliant idea. I filled them halfway and stuck them in the freezer, then filled them the rest of the way with refrigerated fluid just before heading out. This worked the best of the options I've tried so far.

One rider in my riding club had a great idea--freeze one bottle and fill the other one with fluid and ice. He says by the time he's ready for that second bottle it's melted enough that he can drink out of it. I go through two bottles in under three hours in the summertime, so I'm not sure this will work for me, but I plan to try it out on the next long ride.

In any case, they are absolutely freezer safe. Go ahead, fill them and freeze them, then see how long it takes before you can drink out of them.
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These bottles are all my family uses. To the other reviewers who have posted that this bottle leaches chemicals, I would ask that they do a little research before posting. First, you should wash the bottles in your dishwasher or hot water before using, this is just common sense and will remove any plastic odor (though I have never noticed any). These bottles are made from LDPE#4, which according to multiple studies, does NOT leach toxic chemicals into your water. On the other hand, Lexan, ie Polycarbonate ie Nalgene bottles have been shown to leach Bisphenol-A or BPA into water. You can feel safe buying and drinking from these bottles made of FDA approved LDPE#4.
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Well, I saw the other reviews and decided to buy 5 of these for a trip to Hawaii with the family. I received them today and they weren't exactly what I had expected. The outside is a frosted clear plastic and the inside is a pure white hard plastic. Can't tell if they are molded together or just pushed into one another. They don't rotate so perhaps they are glued or fused in some way. There is a layer of air between them as well as what looks like a foil wrap or sock that has the words and coloring on it. The wrap is very loose fitting and looks rather cheap. However, I didn't want to loose hope so I decided to come up with a test to see how well the double walled bottle worked, since, after all it was getting good reviews. I decided to pit it against a standard squeeze bottle that people normally put on a bicycle, and one of those hard plastic, wide screw mouth bottles that people are always carrying around work. I put 10 ice cubes in each of the bottles and left them in a hot room (between 85 and 90 degrees). I didn't want the color to be a factor so they were not put in the sun. I waited until the hard plastic bottle's ice had melted by about 1/2 then I proceeded to measure the amount of water in each of the bottles. The hard plastic bottle had 11 teaspoons, the standard squeeze bottle had 8 teaspoons and the polar bottle had 4 teaspoons. So from this I think it's fair to say that the polar bottle was much better at keeping things cold than the others. The other thing I did was put a napkin under each of them. The polar bottle was the only one that didn't get wet underneath. The other bottles both sweated quite a bit. I think the double wall would not have stopped the sweating so the foil liner must be adding some benefit of some kind. The foil, by the way, does go around the bottom of the bottle as well, not just the sides. Overall, I think it will work out well and I am going to bring them on our trip. I hope this helps others in their decision.
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So i decided to use it for a while before writing a review about it. Works so well a friend of mine has ordered 2 and i ordered another.

First of all i will address the issue about the bottles leaking. I noticed that when i put mine upside down and squeeze water makes it around the threads and leaks. But while im using it while cycling and squeezing it hard I've had absolutely no issues, doesn't drip or leak on my frame. Compared to a water bottle i got from a cell phone promotion that thing leaks no matter what. I'm in the process of trying to find an o-ring big enough to fit into the polar bottle cap and see if that solves the issue as i see it would.

PROS:
Works as advertised, after an hr of riding my drink is still cool (difference between cool and ice cold). I think people are expecting this to work like a fridge/freezer and keep drinks ice cold. Thats not what its meant for. It all depends on humidity, temperature and riding conditions. I think people living in higher temperatures and high humidity places it might not work as well. According to polars site it should keep it under 60 degrees for 2hrs.

I tend to leave mine in the fridge for a few hrs before going on a ride and it does stay cool for the hr that im usually out. Compared to a water bottle left in the car the length of the ride water ends up being bath temperature so probably 70degrees plus.

It fits inside bottle cages perfectly well its easy to pull out and put back in without looking. For people who say the water tastes bad the next chapter is for you. Me personally i leave em open as well after cleaning.

Cleaning:

Personally all ive done with all 3 bottles i have is just wash em with warm water shake em to get the excess water out and let em air dry.
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