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Camelbak eddy .75 L - Batik Border


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Item # 1631002175


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  • Enjoy spill-proof sipping at work or on the trail with the 0.75-liter CamelBak eddy® water bottle. 100% free of BPA, BPS and BPF.
  • Features:
  • Redesigned cap and bite valve provide faster flow and enhanced durability
  • Flip, Bite and Sip. No tipping required (though possible: just remove the straw)
  • Sleek shape fits in the hand and most cup holders
  • Dishwasher Safe: All parts are top-rack dishwasher safe
  • Easy to carry: Integrated loop handle makes it easy to clip a carabiner or carry with the crook of a finger
  • Wide-mouth opening is easy to fill with ice and water and a breeze to clean
  • Volume (approx): 25 oz (.75L)
  • Dimensions: 3 x 3 x 10 in
  • Drink Interface: New Big Bite ™ Valve
  • Bottle Material: BPA-Free Eastman Tritan ™ Copolyester

Average of 1 customer reviews:

Lisa Hollenbeck, Women's Apparel Buyer
St. Louis, MO
October 2018

Versatile, easy-to-clean water bottle
5/5 Avg. Product Rating

Age Range: 55-64
Gender: female
How Long Have You Been Using This Product: More than 2 years
This popular water bottle style is appealing for several reasons. First, the shape is easy to hold, even for a person with smaller hands. When our niece Emma was about eight, she proclaimed this her favorite water bottle, "because it doesnt spill and its easy to hold. And it fits in the cupholder." I personally prefer to drink my water from glass but sometimes thats just not practical. I also prefer an insulated, vacuum-sealed bottle because it keeps liquids hot or cold for hours, but those are heavy. This bottle is a nice alternative. Its lightweight, easy to clean, and as Emma said, it doesnt spill and its easy to hold. The bite valve prevents the bottle from leaking using the same technology as on the tubes connected to CamelBaks popular hydration pack water bladders. If you dont like having to bite and then suck on a straw to get a drink of water (I dont, unless Im backpacking or riding my bike), you can remove the straw. [Kara pls chk w Angela about bite valve.