bubba 72 oz sport jug active black charcoal
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- Dual-walled polyurethane with foam insulation (BPA free), and stainless steel band
- Keeps cold beverages cold for hours
- Tough and durable construction featuring ergonomically designed handle
- Easy flip spout is perfect for drinking or pouring
- Ideal use for outdoor and sporting activities
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|Item Dimensions||7 x 11 x 7 in||7 x 7 x 10 in||4.92 x 6.88 x 9.24 in||7.6 x 7.8 x 5.59 in||4.3 x 5.9 x 8.85 in||7.5 x 7.5 x 12.5 in|
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The 72 oz bubba sport jug is designed for individual or team hydration, and is perfect for use during activities such as sports, tailgating, camping or hiking. Holding over a half-gallon it is still small enough for one person to carry easily. This bubba will last one person all day, or can be shared among small groups of 2-5 people.
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Remember, this is mainly going to be used with cold stuff. As the day goes on whatever is in it will "loose Its cool" and warm up, What happens to air and liquid as they go from say, 40 degrees to 60 degrees? They expand and will actually slightly pressurize this thing. I suspect this could be some issues people may be experiencing.
Keep it upright. A thermos can be thrown in the back of a pick up and not leak a drop. As soon as your coffee cools the least little bit it pulls a vacuum on the cap.
It does leak sometimes from the vent hole. I don't like that I need to use my fingers to pull the mouth piece out to drink because my hands are often very dirty. Seems like a problem for people that want to keep it clean. Durable enough material but it wouldn't survive a 5 foot fall filled with water.
If I broke this I would probably buy a cheap plastic alternative.