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posted by Lauren R. Hartman
January 29, 2014
1 Min Read
CamelBak debuts a reusable metal water bottle, what it claims is a spill-resistant, no-tip, stainless-steel structure. Available in single-walled and insulated versions, the new bottle is engineered from the inside-out to be both user-friendly and durable in demanding environments, whether in a stuffy, hot car or on an international adventure.
The new CamelBak® Better Bottle™ Stainless features a Big Bite™ Valve, making it spill-proof even when it’s open for drinking. When the bite valve is up, the mouth piece and straw allow for no-tip sipping. The valve can be flipped shut for easy storage and transport. The mouth of the bottle is wide enough to clean easily and fill up quickly – even wide enough for ice cubes.
To keep users cool, CamelBak created an insulated stainless steel bottle, featuring a micro-welded double wall that’s vacuum-sealed to keep beverages cold for hours. The dual-wall design also eliminates condensation on the outside, keeping gym bags, table tops, clothing and hands dry.
CamelBak’s stainless-steel bottles are 100-percent BPA-free, stain-resistant and taste-free, with no liners or coatings inside like those found in aluminum bottles. Because the bottles are made with medical grade stainless steel, they are resistant to dents and blemishes.
“With our patented bite valve and range of graphic designs, CamelBak is offering consumers who prefer metal bottles a better hydration experience,” said Jon Austen, Director of Product Management at CamelBak. “Our new stainless steel bottles are more fun and convenient to use, offering spill-proof ‘flip and sip’ hydration.”
The family of CamelBak stainless steel bottles includes 0.75-, an insulated 0.5- and 0.4-liter sizes.
Source: Business Wire
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