Nalgene Tritan Wide Mouth BPA-Free Water Bottle
- BPA free, made using the finest plastics and metals
- Great for use in both outdoor and indoor activities
- Great look and innovative carrying solutions for your liquids
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Our most popular bottle, available in a variety of colors to help brighten up anybody's gear. The large opening on our wide-mouth bottles easily accommodates ice cubes, fits most water purifiers and filters, and makes hand washing a breeze. The attached loop-top never gets lost and screws on and off easily.
The original. The trailblazer. The Sir Edmund of water bottles.
If you’re looking for a water bottle that will keep you well hydrated, hold up against bangs, bumps, and drops, and not leak a single drop ever, then the iconic 32-ounce wide mouth is your water bottle. There’s a reason why we haven’t changed its design in decades—because it works (extremely well).
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- Large mouth so that even if it freezes a little , it still allows you to drink from it. Also easier to clean.
- Use for keeping warm inside the sleeping bag after filling with hot water.
- BPA free for obvious.
- No leak since I need to put this inside my backpack.
Overall it met all the criteria's below. At summit, 50% of the water was frozen but I was still able to use it without any issues. These bottle are durable, I even kept these in my check in backpack while taking the flight. No issues what so ever. The marking can be useful if you want to break it down. We took 5 breaks from camp Muir to summit and I was able to manage the intake considering 64 oz and tried to drink the appropriate amount using the markings. Also I did not feel any difference in taste keeping the water for longer duration. I will report back if I observe any more features or faults with this.
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I've dropped this bad boy on concrete a few times, so yeah he'll get some scratches easy-peasy. But no cracks thus far, nor have there been any leaks. Also, the wide mouth is nice for when I want to put ice in my water.
The major thing about this bottle is the cap attachement. I like how the plastic cap is attached to another piece of plastic which wraps around the "neck" of the bottle to keep the cap from rolling away, but that loop is definitely NOT a place to hold it from. I used to hang on to the loop while doing my daily activities, but I noticed it was becoming loose. Since then I've stopped, and everything has stayed in shape. I know other people got to the point of that breaking off.
Other than that, I really like this bottle for the price. It's big enough to where I don't need to be refilling it constantly, but also at the right size to fit in my bag when I'm on the go. Its mere presence works wonders of reminding me to drink water since the blue color I got somehow makes water look... appetizing?
ANYWAY... My suggestion to you, potential buyer of this particular Nalgene bottle, is to prepare yourself to transport this BPA free container by the body and handwash it as much as your annoyance of germs goes. But most importantly, stay hydrated.
Amazon sells mini splash guards for 16oz wide mouth but the price is almost the same as this bottle SPLASHGUARD MINI BLUE. The opening is small enough that danger of waterfall may not be as certain as the 32oz Nalgene.
Last photo shows (L to R) 32oz wide mouth, 16oz narrow mouth, 16oz wide mouth, and 12oz wide mouth (mouth the same width as the 32oz thus splashguard compatible).
After getting these smaller versions, 16oz wide mouth is probably my favorite because it is cup holder compatible and grab friendly (I lost count how many times my 32oz slip out of my grasp when full). My next favorite would be the 16oz narrow mouth because the the cap is off and no liquid inside, the bottle would not fall sideways (the wide mouth cap is quite heavy that often cause the empty bottle to fall sideways).